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GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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CITY DIRECTORY 



1885 



INCLUDING 



SOUTH HADLEY FALLS 



CONTAINING 



A General Directory of the Citizens, 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



Street Directory, Map, a Record of trie City Gov- 
ernment, Its Institutions, Etc. 






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COMPILED BY 

PRICE, LEE & CO. 



W. S. LOOMIS & COMPANY, 
182 High Street. 

1885. 



Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1885, by W. S. Loomis & Co., in the office of 
the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Abbreviations, 17 

Advertisements, .... 353 

Advertising Index, ... 3 

Aldermanic Committees, . . 314 

Bands, 324 

Banks, 325 

Bridges, 327 

Board of Aldermen, . . . 313 

Business Directory, . . . 234 
Business Directory of So Hadley 

Falls, 304 

Cemeteries, 326 

Churches, 319 

Churches, So. Hadley Falls, . 310 

City Court, 315 

City Government, .... 313 

Committees of the City Council, . 314 

Common Council, .... 313 

Courts, 330 

County Officers, .... 328 

Convents, 320 

Directory of Out-of-Town Adver- 
tisers, 6 

Foresters, 323 

Fire Department, .... 315 

Fire Department So. Hadley Falls 310 

Grand Army of the Republic, . 324 

Holyoke "Water Power Co., . . 16 

Holyoke Water Works, . . 316 

Internal Revenue, .... 330 

Justices of the Peace . . . 329 
Knights of Honor, . . . .323 
Knights of Pythias, . . .323 



PAGE. 

Large Cities of the World, . . 340 

Masonic Societies, .... 322 

Manufacturers, . . . . 331 

Manufacturers, So. Hadle* Halls, 311 

Military, 342 

Names of Residents, . . 17 
Names of Reidents, South Had- 
ley Falls 282 

Notaries Public 329 

Odd Fellows, 323 

Pay Days, 339 

Parochial Schools 320 

Police Department, . . . 315 

Population of Massachusetts, . 13 

Population of the United States, . 15 

Post Office, 328 

Post Office, So. Hadley Falls, . 311 

Public Buildings, Blocks, etc., . 11 

Public Halls, 12 

Public Library, .... 327 

Registrar (U. S.) in Bankruptcy . 329 

Royal Arcanum, .... 323 

Schools, .318 

Schools, South Hadley Falls, . 310 

Societies, &c, 321 

Societies, South Hadley Falls, . 311 

State Government, .... 330 

Stages, Omnibuses, &c, . . 328 

Street and Avenue Directory, . 9 
Street and Avenue Directory So. 

Hadley Falls, .... 309 

Town Officers, South Hadley, . 310 

Temperance Societies, . . . 324 



SYNOPSIS. 



Names in Holyoke Directory 1884, 

Names erased in preparing Directory of L885, 



New N;i mcs added in preparing Directory of 1885, 



Names in Directory 1885, 

Increase, 

Changes of address made in preparing Directory of iss." 



9S71 
2150 

7721 

2885 

10606 

735 

2799 



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Index to Advertisers. 



Abbott W. H., 396 

Albion Paper Co., . - 359 

. AllynE. H. & Co., . edge 

AllynG. H., ^ . 471 

AlvordE., 487 

American Pad C.» 337 

Anderson, Thomas J., 506 

Andrews J 505 

Arthur B. F. & Co., back cover. 

Avery G. S., 498 

AyenJohn, • 508 

Ball Chas. E., front ever 

Barr E. E. 446 

Barry G. P., 514 

Beebe, Webber & Co., . . • • 382 

Bellamy C. H., 519 

BenardP. A., 428 

Benoit & Rouillard, 465 

Benoit S. J., 466 

Bienvenu Joseph, 427 

BigelowB. F., 474 

Blake W. H., 437 

Blanchard H. R. 427 

BlrdgettC, 439 

Bonvuuloir P. Jr., 462 

Bosworth C L. & Co., 489 

Bouton H. E., 453 

Bowker George H., .... inside front cover 

Bowker H. & C ., 486 

Bowman Wm. E 448 

Bozenhard & Foerster 398 

Brueck Charles, 514 

Brooks C. W ' ... 478 

Browne M. C, 376 

Bryan Clark W. & Co opp page 39 

Buttrick & Flanders, 405 

Cain & Kilburn * 495 

Ca lanan & Donnghue 460 

Campbell Alexander, map 

Carew Manufacturing Co., 372 

CarringtonH. C. &Co., 414 

Caswell E. L., 480 

Caswell & Walker, 445 

Chadwick & Chadwick, . • 385 

Chapdelaine C 424 

Chase Bros back cover 

Chase E. & Son 410 

ChaseS. H., 396 

Chemical Paper Co., opp 361 

ChildsA. H., • .... 478 

City Cigar fctore 507 

City National Bank, 353 



PAGE. 

Clark E. GK, Mrs., 447 

Clark & Richard 436 

Clarke E. C, bottom edge 

Cleary John, 510 

Cleary & Moriarty, . • 432 

Cline A., . 427 

Clough James A., 495 

Cobe Max 426 

CoghlanD. F 400 

Collins C. W 464 

Comerford & Daly 454 

Conn. River Lumber Co., 409 

Connolly Edward, 491 

Connor Bros., 384 

Connor Thomas, 419 

Conway Martin P., 433 

Cook H. M., 490 

Cooledge & Co - . . 437 

Cordes F. D., 493 

Corser C. A 431 

Coughlin J. F., . . . opp inside back cover. 

Crafts & Fraser 457 

Crane C. G- 439 

Crocker Mfg. Co., 365 

Crowley P. J., 509 

Curley John J., 428 

CurranBros., cover 

Dalton M. R 509 

Daley John C, 511 

Davis Brick Co., , -. . 503 

Davis C. B. & J. A 480 

Dean & Wheelock, 492 

Deane Steam Pump Co opp page 67 

De'aney John, , 504 

Demers & Son, 444 

Dickinson G30. R. Paper Co., 369 

Dickinson & Clark Paper Co , 363 

Dietz Richard 449 

Dillon, T. & J., 459 

Donahue Edward, 513 

Doyle James & Co 461 

Dunn Peter E 510 

Duclos C. L , Mrs 438 

Duff P. J 513 

DufresneLandre, 475 

Dufresne A. IS"., 463 

Durocher & feon, 466 

Dwyer James, 489 

Eastman Wm 467 

Ellison Geo. P., 481 

Ellsworth E. A., 495 

Ely W. & Son, * ... 412 



HOLYOKE DIRECTORY. 



Esinhart&Co 466 

Evans N. J., ; . 508 

Excelsior Paper Co., ....,..".. 368 

Fairfield Moses, 483 

Farr Alpaca Co., 379 

FayCT 430 

Fennessey Edward F„ 445 

Fenton & Dunn 420 

Ferguson A., 449 

Ferguson & Logan 436 

Field J. A., • . 449 

Fitzgerald & Co 441 

Flanagan T. J 511 

Fontaine & Hebert, 467 

Fontaine & Pion 450 

Ford E. P., 456 

Fortier L. H. & Co 434 

Franklin Paper Co 373 

Frost, Davis & Co 394 

Galarneau, G. A., Mrs., 438 

Garceau, G.« 50 ° 

Gardner L. F 517 

GaylordH.E 479 

Gaylord John 516 

Gee John 485 

Geraghty James 512 

Germania Mills, 383 

Gibson & Bolan, 499 

Gilligan P. J 430 

Glasgow Co., 381 

GlasterMra. &Son., 421 

Goodall F. P front cover 

Grid ley & Moriarty 479 

GrifBn M. L 435 

Griswold W. P., 446 

GunnLuceyE., 435 

GuyottT. &V., 448 

HadleyCo 338 

Halfpenny John ■ 460 

Ham W. G., 423 

Ilardiman.M.D 512 

Haskell, W. F 518 

Hampden Remnant Store, ....... 437 

Hampshire Paper Co., 371 

Harlow Lucius 396 

Hatfield II. 518 

Hayes F. H., 442 

Heldner F. A., 433 

Heinritz John 395 

Heinritz John & Sou 435 

ll.-mphill A.E., 397 

HeroldA 443 

Blcks Morris & Co., 487 

HiggtQS W. D., Mrs., 438 

Hill 11. 11., 397 

Hit! W. 11., 517 

SobbsS. J 487 

HoldenChaa. 8., 442 

HOlmea, Perkins 86 Co., 468 

Holyoke Bone Co 391 

Holyoke Bottling Works 514 

Holyoke Knvelope Co , 375 



Holyoke Herald, 416 

Holyoke One Price Clothing Co., . front cover 

Holyoke Paper Co., 360 

Holyoke Savings Bank, 355 

Holyoke Transcript, opp page 219 

Holyoke Water Power Co., 356 

Home National Bank, 353 

Howe John, 450 

Hubbard & Taber 443 

HueblerC. R., 461 

Hunter J. T., 484 

Hyde Philip 519 

Ingham J. L., 397 

Jackson & McCormick, 490 

Jarvis N. B., 484 

JessW. H 466 

Johnson D. D 408 

Johnson R. B. & Son, front cover 

Jolly J. & W 403 

Jones J. W 498 

Judd Paper Co., 376 

Judd & Parsons 423 

Kegan Thomas F 415 

KelleyA., 514 

Kelly & Wese.y, 417 

Kelton R. F. & Co., 470 

Kennedy & Sullivan, 418 

Kilbride T. F., 416 

Kingsbury D. E., 425 

Landers Bros 501 

Langelier & Marseille, 465 

Laporte M. J. 481 

Le Defenseur , . . 421 

L'Esperauce W. L., .... ... cover 

LothropM. G 450 

Lussier Pierre, Jr 450 

Lyman Mills, . 380 

Lyman S T. & Son 418 

Lyman & Gray, 472 

Lynch Bros., 502 

Mack P. & Co 452 

Mackintosh D. & Son 387 

Magna A. G., 422 

Mangum A 445 

Mann T. W., front colored page 

Marks M. A., 427 

MarraJohn, 491 

Massasoit Paper M^g. Co., 366 

Mass. Screw Co , . 391 

Mass. Woven Wire Mattress t o., front col. page 

Maxlield Geo. A 4-10 

McCarthy C. P 506 

McGarry Thomas 512 

McGuaneJohu, 513 

Mc Kinney R. & Co 449 

McKillop & Clifford 509 

McQueeney M. J., 454 

Mechanics Savings Bank, 355 

Merrick Thread Co., 389 

Merrick Lumber Co. 411 

Miles Win. B., 444 

Mitivier.M. M 439 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Moaat C. N 467 

Monat Henry 475 

Monat Pierre 512 

Moore J. W. 507 

Moriarty Eugene, 513 

Moriarty John J., 503 

Moquin Val, 464 

Morse S.S., 457 

MunnJ. B., 422 

Munn & Baush, 399 

MurllessD., see map. 

Nash, Holmes & Co., 468 

National Blank Book Co., 378 

Neidenthal John, . . . 507 

Newton A , 488 

Newton Paper Co., >>pp page 360 

Nichols B. F„ 394 

NoHotuck Paper Co., 361 

Norris. W. H., 505 

Nourse & McCammon, hack cover. 

O'Connell Daniel 500 

O'Connor E. & Co front cover. 

O'Connor John M. 486 

Octo Frank & Co 419 

O'Hare Thomas 425 

O'Leary C, 473 

O'Neill F. F., t97 

Parfitt James & Sons, 451 

Parker D. W., . 482 

Parker John B, 451 

Parsons Paper Co , 358 

Percy & i^tebbins, 471 

Perkins B. F., 404 

Perry A. H 396 

PerreaultUlric, 465 

Piper Joseph, 482 

Piquette & Vautrim 451 

Potvin Cilbert 497 

Powers J. A., 472 

Prentiss C. H., 426 

Prentiss G-eo. W. & Co., . . 392 

Prentiss R. T., 453 

PrescottC. B 421 

Preston John H., 520 

Preston J. S. Jr. map 

Pre ton & Brown, 4-29 

PrewJ.N., 440 

Proulx Daniel, 483 

Rand A. J., 442 

Ranger Casper 413 

Read A. S., 476 

Reardon, John J., 440 

Richards Geo. W., 502 

RickerA. N 496 

Rigali Joseph, 447 

Rigali Louis 447 

Riley David, 510 

Ri ey Jen ie M., 438 

Riverside Paper Co., opp page 368 

Rivest Urgel E., 431 

RouillardH , 489 

Rousseau & Potvin, 464 



Russell G. E., 408 

Russell. J. & Co , 406 

Ryan A. H., 499 

Ryan S. A 509 

Sainte Marie & Beauchemin 463 

Sawtelle & Paul, 469 

Schroeder H. Li, 506 

Sears Lemuel & Co., . . . inside front cover. 

Sears & Co 458 

Seckel A. H., 452 

Senior H. M, Jr., 429 

Sessions H. P. 520 

Seymour Henry Cutlery Co., 393 

Shaw E. D., m ap 

t hea Richard, 488 

."beldonC. M 48> 

Shepardson A. M 417 

Skinner William & Son, 390 

Smith F. F. & CO., 477 

Smith Hiram, 516 

Smith & Hennick, 519 

mihJohnO. 401 

Snell Samuel, 405 

(Spamer Geo., 476 

Spamer Theodore, 474 

Stimpson C. N., 433 

Street h£. P., 519 

Suhanek & Carey, 518 

Sullivau J. F. 470 

Syms & Dudley Paper Co., 367 

Taber & Chapman, . . . front colored page. 

Tanguay Dr 439 

Thomas Henry 443 

Thompson E. W 520 

Thorpe Bros. 495 

Toomey & Shea, 496 

Tower D H. & A. B., 494 

Turgeon Louis A 483 

Tuttle J. H„ 395 

Twaddle Geo. H 477 

Union Paper Mfg. Co., ....'.... 364 

Unquomonk SiikMill, 390 

Uschmann Emil, 506 

Va'ley Paper Co., 370 

Voight C. H., 442 

Walton E. A., . 437 

Waureg tn Paper Co., 373 

Westphal Henry, 432 

WhitakerE., 398 

White L. B., 498 

Whitcomb F. F., 434 

Whiting Paper Co., 357 

Whiting Wm. B. & Co. 478 

Whitmore J. B front cover. 

Whitmore Mfg Co., 374 

v\ hitney P. C, 461 

V\ inona Paper Co.. 362 

With r ell A., 455 

VVoodsum C. fl.&Co., back cover. 

Worthington Pdper Co., 377 

Wylie J. H. & Co., 407 

Yoerg Michael J., 504 



Out-of-Town Advertisers. 



Annunciators. 

Springfield Electric Co.,Sprmgfi"ld,see page 536 

Artesian or Driven Wells. 

Smith B. F., Boston see page 528 

Architectural Sheet Iron Works. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Artists Materials. 
Burlingame A. & Co., Springfield see page 521 

Asbestos. 
The Asbestos Packing Co., Boston and 

New York. see page 534 

Attorney. 
Webster Allen. Springfield see page 524 

Automatic Sprinklers. 
Walworth Mfg. Co , Boston see page 527 

Awnings. 
Trundy & Co., Boston back colored page 

Band Saws. 
Welch & Griffiths, Boston front colored page 

Bell Hanging. 
Springfield Electric Co.,Springfi'ld,see page 536 

Belting. 
Boston Belting Co., Boston, back colored page 
Welch 8e Griffiths, Boston front colored page 

Blank Bock Manufacturer, 
Beldin H. L., Springfield see page 524 

Block Tin Pipe Manufacturers. 
Boston Lead Mfg.Co.,Boston,back colored page 

Boiler Coverings. 
The Asbestos Packing Co., (mfrs.) Boston and 
New York, see page 534 
Phillipis Felting Works, Springfield, opp 66 

Boiler Making. 
1 [awkins R. F., Springfield see page 526 

Whittier Machine Co. Boston and New York 

see front colored page 
Bookbinder. 
Beldin H. L., Springfield see page 524 

Book Eetterer. 
Beldin II. L., Springfield see page 524 

Bridge Builders. 
Hawkins \l. F., Iron Works. Springfield 

see page 526 
Building Fronts, (cast iron). 
Springfield Foundry Co., Springfield. 

see inside back cover 
Brushes. 
Burlingame a. & Co., Springfield see page 521 

Burglar Alarms. 
Springfield Electric Co,, Springfield, 

see page 536 
Cabinet Makers. 
Springfield Cabinel Joinery anil Job Works. 
D. II. Joyce, propr., Springfield , see back 
colored page 
Campaign Flags. 
Trundj & Co. Hoston sec back colored page 

Card Board. 
Dennisoo BIfg. Co., back in gold and page 530 

Carriage .Manufacturer, 
Smith w. ii. M-. Springfield see page 586 

Cathedral Glass. 
Bedding, Baird d Co., Boston sec page 533 

Church and Ornamental Windows. 

Bedding, Baird & Co., Boston see page 533 

Clothiers. 
||;i> 068 & CO., Springfield, opp 885 



Conservatory of Music. 

N. E. Conservatory of Music, Boston 

colored page opp 234 
Contractor. 
Smith B. F. (driven wells), Boston see page 528 

Copper Gutters and Conductors. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Copper Work for Building. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Coppersmiths. 
Badger E. B, & Son, 63 Pitts Boston 

inside back cover 
Cornices (Galvanized Iron and Copper). 
Beebe N. S., Springfield see back col. page 
Van Noorden E & Co., Boston ' see page 532 

Cut Glass. 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston see page 533 

Dandy Rolls. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield, 

see opp. page 376 
Decorators. 
Maxfield Chas E., Springfieid see page opp 66 

Driven Wells. 
Smith B. F. Boston see page 528 

Drop Solder. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston seepage 532, 

Dry Gooods. 
Forbes & Wallace, Springfield see page 523 

Druggists' Boxes. 
Dennison Mfg Co., 21 Milk, Boston 

back in gold and page 530 
Electricians. 
Springfield Electric Co., Springfield 

see page 536 
William Chas. Jr., Boston see page 532 

Electric Bells. 
Springfield Electric Co., Springfield, 

see page 536 
Electro Platers. 
Albro Henry, Springfield see map 

Elevators. 

Whittier Machine Co., Boston and New Y'ork 

see front colored page 
Express Wagons. 
Bailey, H. N. Springfield, see page 527 

Fancy Goods. 
Forbes & Wallace, Springfield see page 523 

Fertilizers. 
North Charles H- &. Co., Boston see page 533 

Figure Windows. 
Redding Baird & Co., Boston see page 533 

Files. 
Welch & Griffith, Boston, front colored page 

Fire Hydrants. 

Chapman Valve Mfg Co., Boston see page 531 

Fire-Proof Materials. 

Asbestos Packing Co., Boston and New York, 

see page 534 
Flags. 

Trundy & Co., Boston back colored page 

Foundry Riddles. 

Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield, 

see edge and opp. page 376 
Found rinier Wires. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield, 

see opp. page 376 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Furnace Manufacturers. 

Le Bosquet Brothers, see front colored page 
Furniture. 

Maxfleld Chas. E., Springfield, see opp. page 66 

Galvanized Iron and Metal Works. 

Badger E. B. & Son, Boston, inside back cover 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Glass Bulls Eyes. 
Redding, Baird & &o., Boston see page 533 

Glass Cutters. 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston t see page 533 

Glass Dealers. 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston see page 533 

Gas Machines. 
Walworth Mfg Co., Boston see page 527 

Glass Windows, l>t>ors. 

(Stained and Cut Glass.) 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston see page 533 

Glass Jewels. 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston see page 533 

Gutters and Conductors. 
Badger E. B. & Son, Boston, inside back cover 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Horse Shoe Toe Calks. 
Dewick C. F. & Co., Boston back colored page 

Hose Manufacturers. 
Boston Belting Co., Boston, see back col. page 

Hydrant Manufacturers. 
Chapman Valve Mfg Co., Boston, see page 531 

Incubators. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Insurance Companies. 
Hartford Steam Boiler and Inspection Co., 

Hartford. Ct., see page 529 

Mass. Life Insurance Co., Springfield, 

see page 522 
Iron Crestings. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Iron Founders. 
Hawking R. F., Iron Works, Springfield, 

see page 526 
Springfield Foundry Co.. Springfield, 

see inside back cover 
Iron Punching. 
Dewick C. F. & Co., Boston see back col page 

Iron Work for Buildings. 
Hawkins R. F., Iron Works, Springfield, 

see page 526 
Springfield Foundry Co., Springfield 

inside back cover 

Jewelers' Boxes. 

Dennison Mfg Co., Boston, 

back in gold and page 530 
Junk Dealers. 
Doolan John, Springfield, see page 491 

Labels. 
Dennison Mfg Co., Boston 

back in gold and page 530 
Lambrequins, 
Maxfleld Chas. E., Springfield, opp. page 66 

Lead Pipe Manufacturres. 
Boston Lead Co., Boston, back colored page 

Lime, Cement and Plaster. 
Chatfield E. A., New Haven, Ct., 

see back colored page 
Lithographers. 
Lutz Jacob, Springfield see page 525 

Joy C. S., Springfield see page 521 

Locomotive Manufacturers. 
Manchester Locomotive Works, Manchester, 
N. H. see back colored page 

Lubricators. 
The Siebert Cylinder Oil Cup Co., 53 Oliver, 

Boston. 



Machinists. 

Dewick C. F. & Co., Boston, back colored page 
Whittier Machine Co., Boston and New York, 
see front colored page 
Machine Castings. 
Springfield Foundry Co., Springfield, 

see inside back cover 
Manufacturers' Supplies. 
Boston Lead Mfg. Co., Boston. 

see back colored page. 
Masons' Building Materials. 
Chatfield E. A., New Haven, Conn. 

see back colored page 
Metal Shingles. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston. see page 532 

vietal Skylights. 
Vaii Noorden E. & Co., Boston, see page 532 

Memorial Windows. 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston see page 533 

■ Mill Supplies. 
Welch & Griffiths, Boston 

see front colored page 
Mllinery Goods. 
Forbes & Wallace, Springfield see page 523 

(Music Conservatory of.) 
N. E. Conservatory of Music. Boston. 

colored page ppp. 234 
Office Furniture. 
Springfield Cabinet Joinery and Job Works, 
D. H. Joyce prop., Springfield 

see back colored page 
Office and Counter Bailings and Win- 
dow Guards. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield. 

opp page 376 
Oil Cups. 
The Siebert Cylinder Oil Cup Co., 53 Oliver. 

Boston. 
Ornamental Glass. 
Redding, Baird & Co , Boston, see page 533 

Packing, 
The Asbestos Packing Co., (mfg.) Boston and 
New York see page 534 

Boston Belting Co., Boston 

see back colored page. 
Packers and Curers. 
North Chas. H & Co., Boston see page 533 

Paints Oils Etc. 
Burlington A. & Co., Springfield see page 521 

Paper Box Machinery. 
Spaulding & Tewksbury, Boston see page 534 

Paper Box Manufacturer. 
King J. B., Springfield see page 524 

Paper Dealers. 
Rice, Kendall & Co., Boston, see page 534 

Paper Stock. 
Doolan John, Springfield, see page 491 

Paper Warehouses. 

Rice. Kendall & Co . Boston, see page 534 

Spaulding & Tewksbury, Boston 

see page 531 
Patent Solicitors. 
Brown Bros., Boston see front colored page 
Webster Allen, Springfield see page 524 

Pianos and Organs. 
Whiting & Taylor, Springfield 

front colored page 
Platers. 
Albro H. C, Springfield see map 

Plumbing. 
Beebe N. S., Springfield back colored page 

Plumbers' Materials (Solder and Vent 
Caps). 

Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 



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Provision Dealers. (Wholesale.) 
North Chas. H. & Co. Boston see page 533 

Red Lead and Litherge. 
Boston Lead Mfg Co., Boston. 

back colored page 

Roofers' Iron. 

Vnii Noorden E. & Co.. Boston see page 532 

Rubber Belting. 

Boston Belting Co., Boston back col. page 

Rubber Goods. 

Boston Belting Co., Boston back col. page ■ 

Trundy & Co., Boston back col. page 

Sausage Manufacturers 

X. >rth Charles H. & Co v Boston see page 533 

Saw Filers. 
Welch & Griffiths, Boston front col. page 

Saw Manufacturers. 
Welch & Griffiths, Boston, front col. page I 

Saw Repairers. 
Welch & Griffiths, Boston front col. page I 

Safes. 
Thomson & Co. New Haven, Ct. j 

School of Music. 
X. E. Conservatory of Music, Boston, 

opp. page 234 

Sheet Lead Manufacturers. 

Boston Lead Mfg Co., Boston, back col. page | 

Shingles, (metal). 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see page 532 

Shirt and Drawers Manufacturer. 
Howe 1. A., Boston see page 528 

Show Case Manufacturer 
Prentice C. F., Springfield see page 524 

Skylights. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston see pape 532 

Sleigh Manufacturers. 
Bailey H. F., Springfield see page 52? 

Smithe W. IL. Springfield see page 536 

Small Iron Castings. 
Springfield Foundry Co., Springfield, 

inside back cover 
Solder Manufacturers. 
Boston Lead Mfg Co., Boston, see back col. page 
Van Noorden E. it Co., Boston, see page 532 

Speaking Tubes. 
Springfield Electric Co., Springfield, 

see page 536 
Sprinkling Apparatus. 
Walworth Mfg Co., Boston see page 527 

Stained and Cut Glass. 
Redding, Baird & Co., Boston, see page 533 

Stationers Specialties. 
Dennison Mfg Co., Boston. 

bach in gold and page 530 
Steam Engines. 
Whittier Machine Co., Boston and New York, 

sec front colored page 
Steam Fire Engines. 
Manchester Locotnotive Works, Manchester, 
N. M see bade colored page 



Steam Heating Apparatus. 

Le Bosquet Bros., Boston see front col. page 
Walworth Mfg Co., Boston see page 527' 

Steam and Gas Fitters' Tools. 

Walworth Mfg Co., Boston see page 527 

Steam and Gas Pipe. 
Walworth Mfg Co., Boston see page 527 

Steam Pipe and Boiler Covers. 
Asbestos Packing Co., Boston and New York 

see page 534 
Phillips Felting Works, Springfield 

see opp. page 66 
Steel Toe Calks. 
Dewick C- F. & Co., South Boston 

back colored page 
S raw and Leather Board. 
Spaulding & Tewksbury, Boston see page 534 

Tags. 
Dennison Mfg Co., Boston 

back in gold and page 530 

Telegraph and Electric Instruments. 

Williams Chas. Jr., Boston see page 532 

Telegraph Supplies. 

Williams Chas. Jr., Boston see page 532 

Tents and Flags. 

Trundy & Co., Boston see back colored page 

'! in Lined Pipe. 

Boston Lead Mfg Co., Boston see back col. page 

Toe Calks. (Steel) 
Dewick C. F. & Co., South Boston 

see back col. page 
Upholsterers. 
Maxfield Chas E., Springfield, opp 66 

Valve Manufacturers. 
Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., Boston 

see page 531 
Varnishes. 
Burlingame A. & Co., Springfield, 

see page 521 
Ventilators. 
Van Noorden E. & Co., Boston 

see page 532 
Wagon Manufacturers. 
Bailey H. F.. Springfield see page 527 

Window Glass Dealers. 
Redding Baird A: Co., Boston 

see page 533 
Watch Case Manufacturers and Repair- 
ers. 
Margot Bros., 23 Water, Boston 
White Lead. 
Boston Lead Mfg. Co., Boston, 

see back colored page 
Wire Cloth. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works. Springfield, 

see opp page 376 
Wire Railings. 
Cheney Bigelow Wire Works, Springfield, 

see opp page 376 
Wood Engravers. 
Bolles Frank Jr., & Co.. Springfield see map 



HOLYOKE 

STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



EXPLANATION. 

It will be noticed that in this Street Directory the names of the streets are set down in al- 
phabetical order, giving the course which they run, according, as near as possible, to the points 
of the compass, and enumerating all streets which cross the same in the order in which they occur. 

Abbreviations.— N. for North; N.E. for' North-East; N. W. for North-west; S. for South; 
S. E. for South-east; S. W. for South-west; E. for East; W. for West. 



Adams, from 573 Canal 


Conn R. R. 


Cherry, from North- 


660 Sargeant 


(Ward 3) W. to 527 


500 Crescent 


ampton near E. H. 


East Dwight, from 12 


- Main 


516 Cabot 


Ball's, westerly 


Bowers E. to Canal 


18 Summer 


i 548 Hamilton 


Chestnut, fm 34 Pros- 


7 West 


34 Bridge 


580 Sargeant 


pect S. W. to Sargeant 


17 Center 


50 Park 


612 Adams 


22 Fountain 


31 East 


Allyn, from 50 Pleas- 


644 Jackson 


50 Lyman 


39 Bridge 


ant W. to Nonotuck. 


Brooks Av., from 240 


82 Hampden 


47 Summer 


Pearl 


Hampden south 


114 Dwight 


Elm, from 42 Prospect 


Allyn, (B. V.) 


Brown Av., fm West 


146 Suffolk 


S. W., to Sargeant 


Appleton, fi-om Conn. 


Springfield road S. 


178 Appleton 


22 Fountain 


River Railroad W. to 


abot, from third level 


210 Essex 


50 Lyman 


177 Linden 


canal W. to Linden 


242 Cabot 


84 Hampden 


2 Crescent 


16 Summer 


274 Hampshire 


116 Dwight 


4 Main 


32 Bridge 


Sargeant 


148 Suffolk 


8 Race 


48 East 


Franklin 


180 Appleton 


14 Bigelow 


64 Park 


Clinton Ave., fm 247 


212 Essex 


28 Bond 


80 Main 


Dwight N 


244 Cabot 


36 Newton 


96 Race 


Commercial, from 114 


274 Hampshire 


50 High 


109 Bigelow 


Cabot to 91 Sargeant 


306 Sargeant 


54 Maple 


113 Bond 


Worcester place 


Ely, from Mosher E.«to 


60 Chestnut 


114 Commercial 


Hampshire 


Summer 


66 Elm 


133 Newton 


Plymouth place 


32 West 


74 Walnut 


144 High 


Crescent, from 2 Ap- 


44 Ely ave 


80 Pine 


156 Maple 


pleton southerly to 


48 Center 


86 Beech 


170 Chestnut 


Canal 


66 East 


Oak 


184 Elm 


19 Park 


82 Bridge 


Linden 


200 Walnut 


25 Spring 


Ely Ave., from 72 Ly- 


Beech, from Prospect 
near Lyman S. W. to 


216 Pine 


49 East 


man S. 


232 Beech 


Cross, from 123 Main 


Essex, from 43 Bond to 


Franklin 


Oak 


W. to 47 Race 


Linden 


84 Hampden 


Canal, from junction 


Division, fm 312 High 


6 Newton 


116 Dwight 


Lyman and Race Sts., 


S. E. 


12 High 


148 Suffolk 


E. thence S. and W. to 


Dwight, from C. R. R. 


16 Maple 


180 Appleton 


635 Main 


W. to Northampton st 


20 Chestnut 


212 Essex 


31 West 


10 Main 


28 Elm 


244 Cabot 


41 Center 


26 Race 


38 Wa'nut 


274 Hampshire 


51 East 


35 Front 


46 Pine 


306 Sargean't 


61 Bridge 


102 High 


54 Beech 


Beacon Ave., from 16 


71 Summer 


118 Maple 


Oak 


Pleasant W. to North- 


Lyman 


120 Chestnut 


Fairfield Ave., from 


ampton street 


Ely 


134 Elm 


92 Pleasant W. to 


Nonotuck 


Mosher 


150 Walnut 


Northampton st. 


Canby 


E. Dwight 


166 Pine 


Pearl 


Parker 


Crescent 


182 Beech 


Nonotuck 


Bigelow, from 14 Ap- 


505 Cabot 


198 Oak 


Forestdale Ave., fm 


pleton S. W. to 109 
Cabot . 


527 Hamilton 


214 Linden 


284 Dwight S. to For- 


551 Sargeant 


224 Whiting Place 


estdale Cemetery 


Bond, from 28 Apple- 


573 Adams 


241 School 


Fountain,fm 13 Front 


ton 8. W. to 113 Cabot 


595 Jackson 


247 Clinton ave 


junction Prospect, W. 


44 Essex 


Park 


253 O'Connor ave. 


to Walnut 


Bowers, from 2 East 


Main 


265 Pleasant 


22 Union 


Dwight N. to 91 Ly- 


Canby, from Beacon 


284 Forestdale ave. 


34 High 


man 


Ave. N. to 284 Hamp- 


East, (Ward 1) from 51 


50 Maple 


13 Mosher 


den 


Canal southerly to 31 


70 Chestnut 


19 Ely 


Center, from 41 Canal 


E. Dwight 


86 Elm 


Bridge, from the coun- 


S. to 17 E. Dwight. 


20 Lyman 


Franklin,f m 732 High 


ty bridge 8. &. S. W. 


20 Lyman 


44 Ely 


W. to Elm 


to Park 


40 Ely 


62 Mosher 


Maple 


2 Canal (Ward 1) 


54 Mosher 


East, from 49 Crescent 


Chestnut 


20 Lyman 


Chapin, (B. V.) from 


S. W. to 281 Park. 


Front, from 2 Prospect 


56 Ely 


W. Springfield road 


548 Cabot 


S.W to 35 Front 


116 E Dwight 


N. to County road 


604 Hamilton 


13 Fountain 



10 



HOLYOKE STREET DIRECTORY. 



50 Lyman 


146 Suffolk 


Lincoln 


W. to Beech 


73 Oliver 


178 Appleton 


Hampden 


16 Summer 


97 Hampden 


Essex 


Easthampton r'd 


32 Bridge 


121 John 


Lyman, from Canal opp 


Beacon 


46 East 


Gates, Plains 


Syms & Dudley Paper 


Dwight 


50 Park 


Hamilton, from 527 


Mill W. to 68 Prospect 


Cherry (B. V.) 


62 Main 


Canal \V. to 109 Race 


16 Summer 


Mechanic (B.V ) 


80 Race 


16 Summer 


32 Bridge 


Westtield road 


91 Commercial 


32 Bridge 


46 East 


Oak, from 148 Hampden 


114 High 


48 East 


66 Center 


S. to Hampshire 


128 Maple 


54 Park 


72 Ely ave. 


114 Dwight 


Chestnut 


64 Main 


82 West 


146 Suffolk 


Eim 


Hampden, from 97 


110 Canal 


178 Appleton 


Walnut 


P'ront N. W. and W. 


112 Front 


210 Essex 


Pine 


to Northampton st. 


122 Union 


242 ». abot 


School, f'm 200 Hamp- 


32 High 


152 High 


O'Connor Ave,, from 


den 8. to 239 Dwight 


52 Maple 


170 Maple 


253 Dwight norther y 


South, from 649 Main 


68 Chestnut 


198 Chestnut 


Oliver, from 73 Front 


North 


84 Elm 


214 Elm 


W. to 124 High 


Front 


100 Walnut 


230 Walnut 


Parker, from Beacon 


High 


116 Pine 


246 Pine 


ave N. to Hampden 


Maple 


132 Beech 


Main, from junction 


Park, from Crescent S. 


Chestnut 


148 Oak 


with Race S. W. to 


W. to 387 Canal 


Elm 


156 Prospect 


Chicopee road 


32 Spring 


Walnut 


164 Linden 


61 D wight 


96 Cabot » 


Pine 


200 School 


123 Cross 


160 Hamilton 


Beech 


236 Miller 


271 Spring 


282 East 


Oak 


240 Brooks ave 


335 Cabot 


288 Sargeant 


Spring, from Crescent 


243 Taylor 


399 Hamilton 


324 Adams 


W. to 47 Race 


250 Pleasant 


463 Sargeant 


348 Jackson 


Park 


265 Pearl 


527 Adams 


Pearl, from 265 Hamp- 


Main 


273 Nonotuck 


591 Jackson 


den northerly 


Suffolk, from Railroad 


274 Canby 


635 Canal 


20 Allyn 


st. W . to Linden 


299 Howard 


649 South 


36 Lincoln 


16 Newton Place 


H t in |>sl i i i ■«',. i 'm Com- 


Maple, from 24 Pros- 


48 Fairfield ave 


10 High 


mercial W. to Oak 


pect S W. to Jackson 


Pine, from 68 Prospect 


18 Maple 


High 


40 Fountain 


ri. W to Sargeant 


22 Chestnut 


Maple 


94 Lyman 


50 Lyman 


26 Elm 


Chestnut 


160 Hampden 


82 Hampden 


32 Walnut 


Elm 


228 Dwight 


114 Dwight 


38 Pine 


Walnut 


260 Suffolk 


146 Suffolk 


48 Beech 


m Pine 


292 Appleton 


178 Appleton 


56 Oak 


Beech 


324 Essex 


210 Essex 


Summer, (Ward l)f'm 


High, from 17 Prospect 


356 ( :abot 


242 Cabot 


73 Canal 8. 


S. W. to Jackson 


388 Hampshire 


274 Hampshire 


28 Lyman 


40 Fountain 


420 Sargeant 


Pleasant, from 265 


54 Ely 


94 Lyman 


452 Franklin 


Dwight northerly 


Mosher 


124 Oliver 


Mechanic, f'm Apple- 


16 Beacon ave. 


E. Dwight 


154 Hampden 


ton near Merrick Lum- 


31 Hampden 


Summer, (South) f m 


186 John 


ber Co. E. 


50 Allyn 


Crescent, southerly 


228 I) wight 


Mechanic, (B. V.) I'm 


72 Lincoln 


510 Cabot 


300 Suffolk 


Northampton st E. 


92 Fairfield ave 


542 Hamilton 


372 Appleton 


Miller, from 236 Hamp- 


Plymouth Place, f m 


274 -argeant 


444 Essex 


den S. 


Commercial W. 


610 Adams 


516 Pabot 


Millers Ave.,, from 24 


Potvin Ave., from 


638 Jackson 


588 Hampshire 


WestE. 


16 Canal to East 


670 Canal 


660 Sargeant 


Mosher, from Conn. R. 


Prospect, from 1 Front 


Taylor, f m 243 Hamp- 


Franklin 


R. new depot E. to 


W. to 156 Hampden 


den N. 


Howard f'm 299 Hamp- 


Canal. 


12 Union 


Union, f'm 12 Prospect 


den N. to Linco'n 


2 Ely 


18 High 


S. W. to 122 Lyman 


-Jackson, from 595 Ca- 


10 West 


24 Maple 


129 Fountain 


nal W. to 482 Maple 


24 ('enter 


34 Chestnut 


Walnut, from 54 Pros- 


16 Summer 


38 East 


44 Elm 


pect S W. to Sargeant 


30 Bridge 


46 Bridge 


54 Walnut 


22 Fount) in 


32 Park 


Summer 


68 Pine 


50 Lyman 


44 Main 


Netherwood, from 


78 Lyman 


82 Hampden 


.".4 Race 


Brown ave, N W. to 


88 Beech 


114 Dwight 


92 High 


Laurel 


98 Oak 


146 v^uffolk 


John, from 121 Front 


Newton, f'm 36 Apple- 


Kace, f'm junction with 


178 Appletop 


\\\ to 180 High 


ton S. to 113 Cabot 


Main near 2d Baptist 


210 Essex 


Lincoln, from Tayloi 


72 Essex 


church southerly 


242 Cabot 


\V. to Northampton st 


Newton Place, real 


24 Dwight 


274 Hampshire 


18 Pleasant 


City Hall 


47 Cross 


West, (Hadley), f'm 


28 Pearl 


Nonotuck, f'm Dwight 


58 Appleton 


32 CanalS. to 82 Ly- 


Nonotuck 


N. to Fairfield ave. 


79 Spring 


man 


Howard 


Hampden, 


93 Cabot 


West, from 34 Ely S. to 


Lanrelf from^ Brown 


Allyn 


109 Hamilton 


S E. Dwight 


ave. West to North 


Lincoln 


127 Sargeant 


Whiting Ave., from 


ampton, (B. V.) 


Northampton, from 


Railroad, f'm Dwight 


224 Dwight S. 


Linden, tin lf>4 llainp 


Northampton line a to 


opp Windsor Hotel S. 


Worcester Place, f'm 


den s. \v. to Oabol 


j Springfield line 


j to Appleton 


Commercial N. W. 


114 Dwlght 


Fairfield ave. 


Sargeant, from Cann 


Wolcott, Plains 



Public Buildings, Blocks, Etc. 



Allyn's Block, 278 and 282 High street. 

Allyn's Block, (J. F. Allyn), 253 to 257 High street. 

Allyn's Building, 164 to 170 High street. 

Ayen Building, 92, 93 and 95 Main street. 

Ball's Block, 213 to 221 High Street. 

Bateson's Building, 176 to 178 High street. • 

Bodrey's Block, Main corner of Hamilton street. 

Benoit's Block, 350 and 352 Main street. 

Bouvouloir's Block. 103 and 105 High street. 

Bowers & Mosher Building, opposite H. & W. R. R. depot. 

Carr's Building, 65 and 67 Dwight street. 

Carter's Building, 203 to 209 High street. 

City Hall, corner Dwight and High street. 

Cleary's Building, 192 to 196 High street. 

Cleary's Block, 120 and 122 Maple street. 

Clough's Block, 245 and 247 High street. 

Cordes Building, 83 and 85 High street. 

Corser's Block 149 to 153 High street. 

Couture' s Block, 291 Main street. 

Crafts Block, new, 185 to 193 High street, 

Crafts Block, old, 141 to 147 High street. 

Curran's Block, 370 and 372 High corner Appleton street. 

Dalton's Block, 357 and 359 Main street. 

Davis' Building, 83 and 85 Dwight street. 

Dean & Wheelock's Block, 147 Main street. 

Delaney's Block, 153 and 167 Main street. 

Delaney's Building, 125 to 135 High street. 

Dillon's Block, corner Lyman and Maple streets. 

Donoghue's Building, 122 High street. 

Doody's Block, 96 to 106 Maple street. 

Doyle's Block, 50 and 52 High street. 

Dufresne's Blocks, 38 to 44 Main and 337 Main streets. 

Flat Iron Block, Main corner Race street. 

Fuller's Buildings, 126 to 146 High, and 26 to 30 Oliver streets. 

Hadley Falls Bank Building, Main corner Dwight streets. 

Halfpenny Block, 285 to 287 Main street. 

Holman & Chase Building, 449 to 455 Main street. 

Holyoke House Block, Dwight street, from Main to Race street. 

Holyoke Machine Co.'s Block, 466 to 480 Main street. 

Holyoke Water Power Co.'s Cabot street Mill, Cabot street opposite Bigelow. 

Hubbard & Taber's Block, 270 and 272 High street. 

Hutchin's Block, corner High and Hampden streets. 

Johnson's Building, 199 High street. 

Kellogg' s Block, 105 to 115 Main street. 

Kelton's Block, 149 to 151 Main street. 

L'Esperance Building, 289 and 291 High Street. 



12 PUBLIC HALLS. 



Loorais' Block, 171 to 175 High street. m 

Meacham's Block, 211 and 213 High street. 

Mitivier's Building, 86 to 94 High. 

Monat's Building, 337 and 339 Main street. 

Murlless' Building, corner Main and Hamilton streets. 

Neidenthal's Block, High corner Cabot street. 

Norris Block, Main corner Moshier streets. 

O'Connell's Building, 214 and 216 Lyman street. 

Octo's Frank Block, 63 to 75 High street. 

Orrell's Block, 156 to 162 High street. 

Palatine Hotel Block, 402 Main street. 

Parsons Hall Block, 16 to 26 Dwight street. 

Parsons Paper Co.'s Block, 1 to 15 Main street. 

Parsons Paper Co.'s Building. 35 to 41 Main street. 

Perkins Block, corner Dwight and Main streets. 

Perry's Building. 118 and 120 High street. 

Potvins Dwight Street Block. 71 to 81 Dwight street. 

Potvins Main Street Block, 317 and 319 Main street. 

Prentiss' Building, 60 to 62 Main Street. 

Prew's Building, 106 to 108 High street. 

Proulx's Block, 344 and 346 High street. 

Robert's Block, Main corner Cabot street. 

Ryan's Block, High between Suffolk and Appleton streets. 

Sanderson's Building, 177 to 183 High street. 

Taber's Building, 181 to 183 High street. 

Thieme & Cordes Block, 303 and 304 High streets. 

Tilley's Block, 233 to 239 High street. 

Transcript Building, 180 and 182 High street. 

Tuttle's Block, High corner Essex street. 

Whiting Building, 31 to 53 Dwight street. 

Windsor Hotel Block, corner Dwight and Front streets. 

Wolcott's Building. 229 and 231 High corner Dwight street. 

Wright's Building, 96 to 100 High, and 136 Lyman street. 



Public Halls. 



City Hall, corner Dwight and High streets. 

I l-ermania Hall, 80 Hamilton street. 

Good Templars' Hall, corner Dwight and Main streets, 

Grand Army Hall, Clough's Building 247 High street. 

Knights of Pythias Ball, JL99 High street 

Masonic Hall, 205 High street. 

Odd Fellows' Hall, Tilley's block 235 High street. 

Opera House, Front near Dwight, main entrance Windsor Hotel. 

Parson's Ball, Race corner Dwight Street. 

Salle Canadienne, Maple corner Cabot street. 

Stratton's Hall; L88 Bigh street. 

Temple of Honor Ball. Tilley's block 235 High street. 

Temperance Hall, Maple near Dwight street. 

Turn Hall, Bridge near Adams street. 

Union Ball, 150 Maple street. 

Windsor Halls, "Windsor Hotel block 53 Dwight street. 
Winkler's Hall, corner Park and Jackson streets. 



POPULATION OF THE U. S., 1880. 



Alabama 1 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Florida 

Georgia 

Illinois 

Indiana 

icwa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 



262,344 
802,564 
864.686 
194,649 
6-22,683 
146.654 
266,566 
538,983 
078,636 
,978,358 
,624,463 
995,335 
,648,599 
940,263 
648,945 
935,139 



Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. 

New Jersey 

New York 

North Carolina.. 

Ohi6 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina... 

Tennessee 

Texas 



1,634,095 

780,807 
1,131,899 
2,169,091 

452,432 
62,265 

347,392 
1,130,892 
5,083,173 
1,385,000 
3,197,794 

174,767 
4,282,738 

276,530 

995,706 
1,542,463 
1,597,509 



Vermont 332,288 

Virginia 1,512,203 

West Virginia... 618,193 

Wisconsin 1 ,315,386 

Territories. 

Alaska 30,000 

Arizona 40,441 

Dakota 135,180 

Dist. of Columbia 177,638 

Idaho 32,616 

Montana 39,157 

New Mexico 118,430 

Utah 143,907 

Washington 75,120 

Wyoming 20,788 

Scranton, Penn 45,850 

Somerville, Mass... 24,985 

Springfield, 111 19,638 

Springfield, Mass... 33,340 

Stamford, Conn 11,298 

St. Joseph, Mo 32,484 

St. Louis, Mo 350.522 

St. Paul, Minn 41,498 

Syracuse, N. Y 51,791 

Taunton, Mass 21,213 

Toledo, Ohio 50,143 

Topeka, Kan 15,528 

Trenton, N.J 29,910 

Troy, N. Y 56.747 

Utica, N. Y.. 33,913 

Warwick,R. I 12,163 

Washington, D. C! . . 147,307 

Waterbury, Conn . . . 20,269 

Wheeling, W. Va_. 31,266 

Wilmington, Del... 42,449 

Woonsocket, R. I.. 16,053 

Worcester, Mass... 58,295 

Population of Prin- 
cipal Nations. 

United States. __ 50,152.866 

China 446.000,000 

British India... 192,847,900 

Russia 85,685,945 

German Empire 41,060,846 

Turkey*. 40.000,000 

France 36. 102,921 

Austria & Hun'y 35,904,435 

Japan 35,000,000 

Great Britaint.. 33,098,400 

Italy 26,801,154 

Spain 16,835.506 

Brazil 11,780,000 

Mexico 9,276,079 

Siam 6,300,000 

Sweden & Nor'y 6,137,559 

Belgium 5,253.821 

Arabia 4,600,000 

Portugal 4,390,589 

Persia 4,000.000 

Holland 3,767,263 

Canada :.. 3,718,745 

Switzerland .... 2,669,147 

Central America 2,580,700 

Chili 2,068.447 

Bolivia. 2,000.000 

Argentine Rep.. 1,877,490 
Greece and Ioni- 
an Isl 1,457,894 

Cuba 1,400,000 

Equador 1,308,082 

^Ottoman Empire (inclu- 
ding Asiatic possessions v 
t Including Ireland 



Population of the Principal Cities in the 
United States. 



Albany, N. Y 90,903 

Allegheny, Penn... 78,681 

Allentown, Penn... 18,162 

Atlanta, Georgia... 34,398 

Atchison, Kan 15,381 

Baltimore, Md 332,190 

Bangor, Me 16 856 

Biddeford,Me. 11,165 

Boston, Mass 362,535 

Bridgeport, Conn... 29,148 

Brockton, Mass.... 13,608 

Brooklyn, N. Y.._. 566,689 

Buffalo, N. Y 155,137 

Burlington, Iowa... 19,000 

Burlington, Vt 11,364 

Cambridge, Mass . . . 52,740 

Camden, N. J 41.658 

Charleston, S. C..._, 49,999 

Chelsea, Mass 21,785 

Chicago, 111. 503,053 

Chicopee, Mass 11,325 

Cincinnati, Ohio 255,708 

Cleveland, Ohio.... 160,142 

Cohoes, N.Y 20,122 

Columbus, Ohio 51,665 

Concord, N. H 13,836 

Danbury, Conn 11,669 

Davenport, Iowa... 21,671 

Dayton, Ohio. 38,677 

Denver, Col 35,630 

Derby, Conn 11,649 

Detroit, Mich 116,342 

Dover, N. H 11,693 

Dubuque, Iowa 22,500 

Elizabeth, N. J 28,229 

Elmira, N. Y 21,498 

Erie, Penn 28,565 

Fall River, Mass... 49,006 

Fitchburg, Mass 12,405 

Flushing, N.Y 15,919 

Fort Wayne. Ind... 26,048 

Galveston, Texas... 22,350 

Glouchester, Mass . . 19,329 
Grand Rapids, Mich 32,015 

Harrisbnrg, Penn . . . 30,762 

Hartford, Conn 42, 553 

Haverhill, Mass 18,475 

Hempstead, N.Y... 18,160 

Hoboken, N. J 30,999 

Holyoke, Mass 21,851 

Indianapolis. Ind... 75,074 

Jersey City, N. J... 120,728 

Johnstown, N.Y..- 1 6 . 626 

Kansas City, Mo... 55,813 

Lake, 111 18,396 

Lawrence, Mass 39,178 

Leavenworth, Kan. 16,651 
Lewiston, Me 19,076 



Lincoln, R. I. 13,765 

Long I. City, N. Y.. 17,096 

Louisville. Ky 123,645 

Lowell, Mass 59,485 

Lynn, Mass. •.. 38,284 

Macon, Ga. 12,695 

Maiden, Mass.. 12.017 

Manchester, N. H.. 32,630 

Memphis, Tenn 33,593 

Meriden, Conn 18,340 

Middletown, Conn. 11,731 

Milwaukee. Wis 115,578 

Minneapolis, Minn. 46,887 

Mobile, Ala.. 31 '205 

Nashua, N. H 13,453 

N.ashville, Tenn 43,461 

Newark, N. J 136,400 

Nev^ Bedford, Mass. 26,875 

New Britain, Conn. 13,978 

N. Brunswick, N. J. 17,167 

Newburgh, N. Y.,.. 18,07o 

Newburyport, Mass. 13,537 

New Haven, Conn . . 62. 882 

Ne.w London, Conn. 10,529 

New Orleans, La 216,140 

Newport, R.I 15.693 

Newton, Mass. 16,995 

New York, N. Y... 1,206, 577 

Northampton, Ms.. 12,172 

Norwalk, Conn 13.956 

Norwich, Conn 21,141 

Oakland, CaL. 34,556 

Omaha, Neb 30 518 

Oswego, N. Y 21,102 

Paterson, N. J 50, 887 

Pawtucket, R. I 19,030 

Peoria, 111 31,780 

Petersburg, Va 21,600 

Philadelphia, Pa... 846,980 

Pittsburg, Penn 1 6.381 

Pittsfield, Mass 13,367 

Portland, Me 33.810 



Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Providence, R. I. 



20,089 
104.852 



Quincey, 111 27,428 

Raleigh, N. C 14,110 

Reading. Penn 43,283 

Richmond, Va 63,803 

Rochester, N. Y 89,363 

Rutland. Vt 12,149 

Sacramento, Cal 23,000 

Salem Mass 27,598 

Salt Lake City, Utah 21,000 

San Antonio, Tex.. 20,594 
San Francisco, Cal. 233,956 

Saratoga Sp's. N. Y. 10,822 

Savannah, Ga 30.681 

Schenectady. N, Y. 13,675 



POPULATION OF MASSACHUSETTS. 

* Denotes cities. CENSUS OF 1880. Shire towns in small caps 
Total, 1.7§3,0§6 



Barnstable. 

Barnstable 4,250 

Brewster 1,144 

Chatham 2,252 

Dennis 3,290 

Eastham 692 

Falmouth 2,422 

Harwich 3,265 

Mashpee • 347 

Orleans .[ 1,294 

Provincetown 4,345 

Sandwich 3,544 

Truro 1,019 

Wellfleet . 1,908 

Yarmouth 2,173 



31,945 

Berkshire. 

Adams 5.593 

Alford 348 

Becket 1,123 

Cheshire 1,537 

Clarksburg 724 

Dalton 2,052 

Egrernont 875 

Florida 459 

Great Barrington . 4,658 

Hancock 642 

Hinsdale 1*595 

Lanesborough .... 1,278 

Lee 3,939 

Lenox 2,043 

Monterey 635 

Mount Washington 205 

New Ashford 203 

New Marlborough. 1,876 

North Adams 10,192 

Otis 785 

Peru 403 

Pittsfield 13,367 

Richmond. 1,124 

Sandisfield 1,107 

Savoy 715 

Sheffield 2,204 

Stockbridge 2,360 

Tyringham 542 

Washington 492 

West Stockbridge. 1,934 

Williamstown 3,395 

Windsor 644 

69,049 
Bristol. 

Acushnet 1,105 

AUk'borough 11,111 

Berkley 927 

Dartmouth 8.480 

Dighton 1,791 

Easton 8,902 

Fairhaven ...... 2,875 

*Fall River 49,006 



Freetown 1,329 

Mansfield 2,765 

*New Bedfouo . . .26,875 

Norton 1,732 

Raynham ........ 1,681 

Rehoboth 1,891 

Seekonk 1,228 

Somerset 2,006 

Swauzey 1,356 

*Taunton 2-1,213 

Westport 2,898 



139,121 



Dukes. 



Chilmark 494 

Cottage Cit 679 

Edgartown 1,301 

Gay Head 161 



Gosnold 
Tisbury 



154 
1,516 



4,305 

Essex. 

Amesbury 3,355 

Andover 5,171 

Beverly 8,445 

Boxford 824 

Bradford 2,643 

Danvers 6,636 

Essex 1,670 

Georgetown 2,231 

*Gloucester 19,329 

Groveland 2,227 

Hamilton 935 

* Haverhill 18,475 

Ipswich 3,699 

*Lawrence 39,17 8 

*Lynn 38,284 

Lynnfield 686 

Manchester 1,640 

Marblehead, 7,467 

Merrimac 2,237 

Methuen 4,392 

Middleton 1,000 

Nahant 808 

Newbury 1,566 

*Newburyport. ... 13,537 
North Andover... 3,217 

Peabody 9,028 

Rockport 3,912 

Rowley 1,201 

*Salem 27,598 



Salisbury 

Saugus 

Swara^.scott . . 

Topsfieid 

Wenhai l 

West N- wbury 



...4,079 
, . 2,626 
,. 2,501 
. 1,165 
, . 889 
. 1,989 
2~44,640 



Franklin. 

Ashfield 1,062 

Bernardston 934 

Buckland ... 1,739 

Charlemont 932 

Colrain 1,777 

Conway 1,760 

Deerfield 3,543 

Erving 872 

Gill 733 

Greenfield 3,903 

Hawley 592 

Heath 560 

Leverett 742 

Leyden 507 

Monroe 166 

Montague 4,876 

New Salem 869 

Northfield 1,603 

Orange 3,171 

Rowe 502 

Shelburne 1,621 

Shutesbury 529 

Sunderland 755 

Warwick 718 

Wendell 465 

Whately 1,074 

36,000 
Hampden. 

Agawam 2,216 

Blandford 979 

Brimfield 1,203 

Chester 1,473 

Chicopee 11,325 

Granviile 1,205 

Hampden 958 

Holland 802 

*Holyoke 21,851 

Longmeadow .... 1.401 

Ludlow 1,526 

Monson 3,758 

Montgomery 303 

Palmer 5,504 

Russell 823 

Southwick 1,104 

*Springfield 83,340 

Tolland 452 

Wales 1,030 

Westfield 7,587 

West Springfield.. 4,149 
Wilbraham 1,628 

.. 104^117 
Hampshire. 

Amherst 4,299 

Belchertown 2,346 

Chesterfield 769 

Cummington 881 

Easthampton 4,206 

Enfield 1 .04* 



POPULATION" OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



15 



Goshen 327 

\xranby *753 

Grreenwich 634 

Hadley 1,938 

Hatfield 1,495 

Huntington 1,236 

Middlefield 648 

Northampton 12,1*72 

Pelham 614 

Plainfield 457 

Prescott 460 

Southampton 1,046 

South Hadley 3,538 

Ware 4,817 

Westhauipton 
Williamsburg 
Worthington . 



2,234 

758 



47,235 

Middlesex. 
Acton 1,797 

Arlington.. 4,100 

Ashby 914 

Ashland 2,394 

Ayer 1,882 

Bedford -. 931 

Belmont 1,615 

Billerica 2,000 

Boxborough 319 

Burlington 711 

*Cambridge 52,740 

Carlisle 478 

Chelmsford 2,553 

Concord 3,922 

Dracut 1,605 

Dunstable 453 

Everett 4,159 

Framingham 6,235 

Groton 1,862 

Holliston 3,099 

Hopkinton 4,602 

Hudson 3,739 

Lexington 2,460 

Lincoln 882 

Littleton 994 

*Lowell 59,485 

Maiden ...* 12,017 

Marlborough 10,126 

Maynard ... 2,291 

Medford 7,573 

Melrose 4,560 

Natick 8,480 

* Newton 16,995 

North Reading 900 

Pepperell 2,348 

Reading 3,181 

Sherborn 1,401 

Shirley 1,365 

*Somerville . . 24,985 

Stoneham 4,89 1 

Stow 1,045 

Sudbury 1,178 

Tewksbury 2,171 

Towusend 1,967 

Tyngsborough 631 

Wakefield 5,548 

Waltham .11,711 

Watertown. ... * 6.426 



Wayland 1,962 

Westford 2,147 

Weston 1,448 

Wilmington 933 

Winchester 3,802 

Woburn 10,938 



317,951 
Nantucket 
Nantucket 3,726 

Norfolk. 

Bellingham 1,223 

Braintree , 3,855 

564kBrookline 8,053 

Canton ,,, 4,523 

Cohasset 2,182 

Dedham 6,224 

Dover 653 

Foxborough 2.951 

Franklin 4,051 

Holbrook 2,132 

Hyde Park 7,090 

Medfield 1,365 

Medway 3,955 

Milton 3,203 

Needham 5,254 

Norfolk 930 

Norwood 2,345 

Quincy 10,529 

Randolph 4,027 

Sharon 1.492 

Stoughton 4,875 

Walpole 2,494 

Weymouth 10,57 1 

Wrentham 2,482 



96,462 
Plymouth. 

Abington 3,697 

Bridgewater 3,620 

Brockton 13,608 

Carver 1,039 

Duxburv 2,196 

East Bridgewater. 2,710 

Halifax 542 

Hanover 1,897 

Hanson 1,309 

Hingham 4,485 

Hull 383 

Kingston, 1,524 

Lakeville 1,008 

Marion 958 

Marshfield 1,785 

Mattapoisett 1,365 

Middleborough . . . 5,237 

Pembroke 1,405 

Plymouth 7,094 

Plympton.. 694 

Rochester . 1,043 

Rockland 4,553 

Scituate 2,466 

South Abington. .. 3,024 

South Scituate 1,820 

Wareham 2,897 

West Bridgewater 1,665 



74,024 



Suffolk. 

*Boston 362,535 

*Chelsea 21,785 

Revere 2,263 

Winthrop 1,043 

387,626 
Worcester. 

Ashburnham 1,666 

Athol 4,307 

Auburn •. 1,317 

Barre 2,418 

Berlin 977 

Blackstone 4,908 

Bolton 903 

Boylston 854 

Brookfield 2,820 

Charlton 1,900 

Clinton 8 030 

Dana 736 

Douglas 2,241 

Dudley 2,804 

*FlTCBBURG 12,405 

Gardner 4,988 

Grafton 4,030 

Hardwick 2,233 

Harvard 1,253 

Holden 2,499 

Hubbardston 1,386 

Lancaster 2,008 

Leicester 2,779 

Leominster 5,776 

Lunenburg 1,101 

Mendon 1,094 

Milford 9,310 

Millbury 4,741 

New Braintree . . 610 
Northborough". . . . 1,676 

Northbridge 4,053 

Northbrookfield... 4,459 

Oakham 869 

Oxford 2,604 

Paxton 592 

Petersham 1,109 

Phillipston 621 

Princeton 1,100 

Royalston 1,192 

Rutland . . 1,060 

Shrewsbury 1,500 

Southborough 2,142 

Southbridge 6,465 

Spencer 7,466 

Sterling 1,4 U 

Sturbridge 2,062 

Sutton 3,105 

Templeton 2,789 

Upton 2,023 

Uxbridge 3,111 

Warren 3,889 

Webster 5,696 

Westborough 5,214 

West Boylston ... 2,994 
West Brookfield . . 1,917 

Westminister 1,652 

Winchendon 3,722 

* Worcester . . . . 58,295 



226,885 



Holyoke Water Power Co. 



This company was incorporated in 1859, buying the stock, etc., of 
the old Hadley Falls Company, which had built the dam, started the 
canals, and built a large machine-shop and #vo large cotton-mills. 
The capital stock of the present company is $600,000. President, 
George M. Bartholomew, of Hartford. Conn. ; agent and treasurer, 
William A. Chase of Holyoke. 

The fall of the river in the rapids is 60 feet. 

The gateways, canals, etc., have all been planned on this basis. 
The main canal at its head and for some distance below is 140 feet 
wide and 22 feet deep, and the flow of water through the main gate 
is 6,000 cubic feet per second. This canal is over a mile long, and 
the difference in height between it and the second level is 20 feet. 
The second level, considerably over two miles long, 140 feet wide and 
1 5 feet deep, is divided conveniently into two sections. The first, 
which runs parallel to the upper level and four hundred feet distant 
from it, makes a race-way for its water, and at its southern end sup- 
plies power to a few large mills, giving them a head of twelve feet 
above the level of the third level canal, which starts at that place. 

The second section starts from the northern end of the first section , 
and follows the course of the river, keeping about 400 feet from it, 
and furnishing a head of from 23 to 28 feet to the mills on its banks. 

Between the lower ends of these two sections and following the 
course of the river is the third level canal, which is 100 feet wide and 
10 feet deep, and gives a head of from 23 to 28 feet above the river. 

A "mill-power " is the right during 16 hours per day to draw from 
the nearest canal 38 cubic feet of water per second with a head of 20 
feet which is equivalent to 89 horse-powers, of which the wheels now 
in use will save 65 horse powers. The annual rental per mill-power 
is 260 ounces of silver ($300 has always been accepted in lieu thereof), 
or $4.62 per horse-power. (The lowest cost ever calculated for steam 
power is $19.89 a year per horse-power; over four times the cost of 
water.) 



Holyoke City Directory, 



1885 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



ab, - - - - above 


corp, - 


- corporation 


opp, - - - opposite 


aclv, - - advertisement 


dept, 


department 


P Co, - Paper Company 


agt, --- - agent 
al, ... alley 


E, 


east 


pi, place 

pres, - - - president 


emp, 


- employed 


asst, - - - assistant 


h, 


house 


prop, - - - proprietor 


ave, - - - avenue 


Hoi, 


Holyoke 


res, - - - residence 


b, ... - boards 


mfr, - 


manufacturer 


S, - south 


bet, - - - between 


N, 


north 


sec, - - - secretary 


bldg, - building 


n, 


near 


supt, - - superintendent 


blk, - - - block 


N E, 


- north-east 


treas, - - - treasurer 


cor, ... - corner 


N W, - 


north-west 


W, west 
























Holyoke & Westfield Railroad 





















































Abbe James T., president Holyoke Envelope Co., res Springfield 
Abbey Abner B., coal and wood, 69 Center, house So Hadley Falls 
Abbott Samuel, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 79 Bond 
Abbott Thomas, emp Buchanan. Bolt & Co., house 317 High 

ABBOTT W. H., soap mfr, h and shop Howard n West Hampden. 
[See page 396,] 
Abbott William H., emp. Buchanan, Bolt & Co., house 17 Hampshire 
Aberline Fred, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, bds 95 Jackson 
Abraham Julius, emp Germania Mills, house 365 Park 
Abrams Lurcumi, peanut vender, house 113 Lyman 
Ackermann Jacob, removed to Pittsfield 

Adams Albert F., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 41 Newton 
Adams Albert F., emp. Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 182 Beech 
Adams Charles, carpenter, house 44 Lyman 
Adams Charles R., (Montague & Adams) boards 182 Chestnut 
Adams Chauncey E., agent, house 17 Newton 
Adams Edward M., office Winona Paper Co., house 292 Maple 
Adams Ellen, boards 162 Walnut 
Adams Frank W., overseer dressing room Beebe, Webber & Co., h 

184 Beech 
Adams Hannah, widow Edward, house 22 Oliver 



18 HOLYOKE [2L] DIRECTORY. 



Adams Henry, farmer, house Northampton I. P. 

Adams Isidor, boards 13 West 

Adams John, tinner, emp Thomas Conilor, residence Chicopee 

Adams Louis, emp Hadley Co., boards 40 Canal 

Adams Mahala Mrs., boards 184 Beech 

Adams Mary Mrs., house 128 High 

Adams Peter, watchman Hadley Co., house 40 Canal 

Adams Rev. R. J., D. D.,' pastor Second Baptist Church, house 182 

Chestnut 
Adams William G., clerk, house 13 West 
Adler Daniel, painter, rem to New York 
Adler David, pool and billiard rooms, 69 Main, house do. 
Adler Isadore, emp 69 Main, rooms do 
Adler Joseph, boards 69 Main 

Affleck John H., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 68 Bond 
Ahearn John J., saloon, 176 Lyman, house 44 Chestnut 
Ahearn Mary, widow Daniel, confectionery, 44 Chestnut, house do 
Ahern John, emp Deane Steam Pump Co, boards 507 South Canal 
Ahern Samuel, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 530 Main 
Aiken Alexander F., emp Holyoke File Works, boards 13 John 
Aiken James, molder, boards 3 Bond 
Aiken Katie Miss, boards 99 Walnut 
Aiken Rosanna Miss, boards 99 Walnut 
Aiken William A. sub letter-carrier, rooms 138 Beech 
Aiken William H., emp Holvoke File Works, house 99 Walnut 
Ainlay Joseph C, clerk F. F. Smith & Co., house 287 Hampden 
Ainley Joseph, overseer Springfield Blanket Co., boards 540 S Canal 
Ainley Herbert E., clerk Deane Steam Pump Co., house 540 S Canal 
Ainley Robert, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 19 Worcester place 
Ainley Walker, overseer Springfield Blanket Co., boards 540 S Canal 
Ainslie Tillie M. Mrs., boards 6 East Dwight 
Aiston Elizabeth Mrs., house 5 Newton place 
Aiston Maria, rooms 25 West 

Aitchison David, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 35 Sargeant 
Aitken Thomas, emp Massasoit Paper Mfg. Co., house 17 Bowers 
Alben John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 36 Sargeant 
Alben Robert, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., rooms 117 Cabot 

ALBION PAPER COMPANY Edward C. Taft, treas, second 
level canal, below county bridge. [See page 359.] 
Albonesi Harry, foreman Holyoke Paper Box Co., boards 65 Newton 
Alden Albert S., draughtsman, rem to Stamford, Ct 
Alden Philo W., emp Whitmore Mfg. Co., house 200 Beech 
Alderman Charles E., emp Hampden Glazed Paper & Card Co,, bds 

13 Worcester Place 
Alderman Eugene C, emp Water Power Co., h 13 Worcester Place 
Alderman George P. B!, rem to Chicago, 111. 
Alders Siegfried, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, rooms 66 Race 
Aldrich Charles, emp Tattle Rubber Works, rooms 41 Race 
Aldrich Cynthia B., widow Nathan W., house 303 High 
Aldrich William Mrs., nurse, rem to S Hadley Falls 
Alger Alonzo, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 454 Main 
Alger Catherine Mrs., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 454 Main 



HOLYOKE [ A ] DIRECTOKY. 19 



Alger Charles, boards 454 Main 

Alger Edward, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 454 Main 

Allard Elie, rem to Canada 

Allard John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 714 East 

Allard Joseph, rem to Canada 

Allard Oliver, emp Waregan Paper Co., boards 107 Lyman 

Allard Peter, laborer, boards 107 Lyman 

Allen Alanson, millwright, boards 16 Taylor 

Allen Caroline Miss, house rear 126 Maple 

Allen Charles L., teamster R. T. Prentiss, boards 16 Taylor 

Allen Charles L., draughtsman, Holyoke Machine Co., h 94 Newton 

Allen Edmund E., civil engineer, emp E A Ellsworth, bds 38 Essex 

Allen Elizabeth Miss, rooms 123 Oak 

Allen Elizabeth J., widow Thomas, house 73 Race 

Allen Henry, emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 275 Main 

Allen James A., clerk Moses A. Allen, boards 65 Appleton 

Allen James E., emp Prentiss Wire Mill, house 16 Taylor 

Allen John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 79 Bond 

Allen John T., emp J. Merrick & Co., house 80 Bond 

Allen Jonathan, attorney (10) 235 High, house 161 Lyman 

Allen Joseph, shoemaker, emp T. L. Munsell, res South Hadley Falls 

Allen Moses A., crockery, plated ware, etc., 188 High, h 65 Appleton 

Allen Patrick, tailor Richard Lynch, boards 167 Lyman 

Allen Roxy Miss, rooms 530 Main 

Allen Samuel, watchman Lyman Mills, house 22 Hampden 

Allen William A., clerk Holyoke Machine Co., res S Hadley Falls 

Allen W. P., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house South Hadley Falls 

Allison Annette, dressmaker, 71 Newton 

Allison George A., foreman card room Connor Bros., h 71 Newton 

Allyn A. & S. B., meat market, 168 High 

Allyn Albert A., clerk A. & S. B. Allyn, h Northampton opp Beech, 

B. V. 
Allyn Anderson, (A. & S. B. Allyn), house 134 Chestnut 
Allyn Charles, bookkeeper E. H. Allyn & Co., boards 28 Pleasant 
Allyn Edward A., book agent, house 19 Pleasant 
Allyn Edward A., boards 134 Chestnut 
Allyn Edwin H. (E. H. Allyn & Co.), boards 28 Pleasant 

ALLYN E. H. & CO., clothing and furnishing goods, 253 High. 
[See top edge.] 
Allyn Frank A., bookkeeper Had Falls National Bank, bds 19 Pleasant 

ALLYN GEORGE H., meat market, 50 Dwight, boards 12 Tay- 
lor. [See page 471.] 
Allyn Henry D., emp George H. Allyn, house 12 Taylor 
Allyn James F-, house 28 Pleasant if. f 

Allyn Orren D., bookkeeper A. & S. B. Allyn, boards 134 Chestnut 
Allyn Samuel B. (A. & S. B. Allyn), house Northampton, B. V. 
Allyn William A. clerk A. & S. B. Allyn, boards 134 Chestnut 
Almond John, foreman Chad wick & Chadwick, res So Hadley Falls 
Almond Joseph, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, boards So Hadley Falls 
Almond Robert, second hand card room Hadley Co., house 81 Lyman 
Almquist Jehn F , salesman Worthington Paper Co., res Springfield, 
Mass. 



20 HOLYOKE [ A ] DIRECTOEY. 



Aloyse Sister Superior, Convent Notre Dame, 85 Chestnut 

Aloysious Mary Sister, 129 Dwight 

Alvord Alvan, emp A. H. Childs, house 235 Dwight 

Alvord Charles D., machinist Merrick Thread Co , rooms 254 Maple 

ALVORD EDWARD, veterinary surgeon, 3 Ely, res So Hadley 
Falls. [See page 487.] 
Ambrose Mary, widow John, house 5 Chestnut 
American Express Co. (Samuel M. Gilmore agent), 123 Main 

AMERICAN PAD CO., paper pad manufacturers, 58 Main. [See 
page 337.] 
Ames Francis T., emp Massasoit Paper Co., rooms 17 Newton 
Amil Nellie Mrs., hou*e 98 Maple 
Anderson Cornelius Mrs., house 455 Main 

Anderson Gilbert, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 27 Hamilton 
Anderson Herbert E., clerk, rem to No Hatfield 
Anderson Hugh E., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 16 Hampshire 
Anderson James, emp Holyoke Warp Co., boards 644 Summer 

ANDERSON THOMAS J., cigar manufacturer, 26 7 High, rooms 
317 do. [See page 506.] 
Andrews Amos, house 232 Beech 
Andrews Eben, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 106 Race 

ANDREWS JOSEPH, prc-pr Palatine Hotel, 402 Main. [See p. 
505.] 
Andrews William M., emp S. T. Miller, boards 34 Ely 
Angevine John, rem to New York 
Annett Alfred, laborer, house 67 Fountain 
Antoine Berthet, peanut vender, 186 High, house 184 do 
Antz Christian A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 3 East Dwight 
Appleton J. H., treasurer Riverside Paper Co., residence Springfield 
Archambault Adelard, law student, 235 High, boards 700 East 
Archambault Damace, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 700 East 
Archambault Edrich, professor of music, boards 40 Fountain 
Archambault Eliza Mrs., house 59 Union 
Archambault Francois, house 700 East 
Archambault John, house 698 East 
Archambault John, Jr., boards 698 East 

Archambault Joseph, stonecutter, emp E. Connolly, boards 700 East 
Archambault Joseph, emp Conn River Pulp Co., house 16 Fountain 
Archambault Louis, slater, boards 59 Union 
Armes Frank L., clerk J. H. Wylie, Jr., & Co., rooms 162 Elm 
Armfield William H., boards 306 Park 
Armstrong James A., rooms 43 Newton 

Armstrong John, emp Germania Mills, boards Germania Hotel 
Armstrong Mary L., widow Joseph, house 582 East 
Arnold Elizabeth, widow Francis, house 109 Walnut 
Arnold George D., teamster H. E. Nash & Co.., house 85 Main 
Arnold Herman G., emp Whitmore Mfg. Co., boards 13 John 
Arnott Herman, emp Seymour Cutlery Co., Park near Jackson 
Arsino Alexander, boards rear 59 Union 
Arsino P^liza Mrs., house rear 59 Union 
Arsino Louis, boards rear 59 Union 
Arthur Benjamin F. (B. F. Arthur & Co.), house 179 Pine 



HOLYOKE [^] DIRECTORY. 21 



ARTHUR B. F. & CO., (Benjamin F. Arthur. James K. Morrill), 
manufacturing chemists and druggists, 154 High cor Hamp- 
den. [See back cover.] 
Artois Joseph, blacksmith helper, boards 304 High 
Ash Frank, emp Lynch Bros., house 56 Pine 
Ash James, house Chapin, B. V. 
Ash John, removed to Chicago, 111. 

Ash John, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, house 61 East 
Ash John, emp city, house IV Elm 

Ash Matthew, emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., boards 222 Lyman 
Ash Michael, laborer, house 74 Pine 
Ash Patrick, stone mason, house 1 7 Elm 
Ash Richard Mrs., house rear 142 Maple 
Ash Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 17 Elm 
Ashe John J., mason, house 653 High 
Ashley Elisha, carpenter, house Cherry, B. V. 
Ashley Enoch, milk dealer, house Mechanic, B. V. 
Ashley Harlan C, bookkeeper and foreman G. P. Ellison, bds Cherry, 

B. V. 
Astley Henry, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 576 Bridge 
Atchinson Anson B., painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, rooms 10 Hamp- 
den 
Atchmson David, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 35 Sargeant 
Atchinson George E., house 53 Suffolk 
Atherton Henry, mechanic, rooms 15 Hampden 
Atkins Charles, emp Lyman Mills, rooms 24 Hampden 
Atkins Charles H., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 56 Lyman 
Atkins Cordelia, nurse, enquire 33 Suffolk 

Atkins, see Aitken 

Atwater Edward W. bookkeeper, removed to Westfield 

Atwater Julia Miss, boards 535 South Canal 

Auberton Mathias, clerk 117 Lyman, house 105 Beech 

Aubertin Napoleon, saloon 50 Union, house 54 do 

Aubertin Ned, carpenter, house 56 Union 

Aubin Joseph H., carpenter, house 69 High 

Aubrey Samuel, foreman Deane Steam Pump Co., house 173 Park 

Auclair Joseph, laborer, house 23 Fountain 

Audorf Gustav, rooms 12 D wight 

Audren A. Mrs., dressmaker and milliner, 301 Main, house do 

Audren Adolph, physician, 301 Main, house do 

Auger Alice Miss, emp C. H. Prentiss, boards 69 High 

Auger Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house rear 56 Hamilton 

Auger Louis, emp Germania Mills, house South 

Auld James, foreman rag room Winona Paper Co., boards 66 EJy 

Aurnhammer Frank, emp National B.lank Book Co., h 3 Worcester 
Place 

Austin Edward, miller, emp H. C. Frissell, boards 156 D wight 

Austin Henry, carpenter, house 40 Fountain 

Austin Lorin P., emp Lyman Mills, house 8 Hampden 

Authier Stanislas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., bds. 31 Cabot 

Aver hill Frank, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., rooms 150 High 

Averhill John A., machinist, house 150 High 



22 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 

Avery Frederick, erap Merrick Thread Co., house 165 Main 

AVERY GEE.RIT S., carpenter and builder, 291 Dwight, house 
do. [See page 498.] 
Avery K. E. Mrs., emp. Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, house 107 Dwight 
Axtell Charles S , emp Transcript, house 33 Taylor 
Ayen Albert G , emp Springfield, boards 95 Main 

A YEN JOHN, saloon and billiards, 93 Main, house 95 Main. [See 
page 508,] 
Ayer M. G. Mrs., dressmaker, rooms 200 Walnut 
Ayers Bridget Mrs., house rear 110 Maple 
Ayers Elizabeth Mrs., rooms 35 Hampden 
Ayers George A., removed to Hill Grove, R. I. 
Ay res Charles H., brick mason, house 145 Pine 
Aytoun John, machinist, rooms 254 Mam 

Babcock Edson D-, emp. Deane Steam Pump Co., house 340 Main 

Babcock Harriet, widow John W., boards 340 Main 

Babcock Wendell P., emp Syms & Dud'ey Paper Co., bds 340 Main 

Babcock William A., foreman wood shop Lyman Mills, h 71 Front 

Babcock Willis L., emp S H. Barrett, boards 71 Front 

Babneau Lelie, emp Lyman Mills, boards 5 Oliver 

Bach Louis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., bds Germania Hotel 

Bachelder William, carpenter, house 178 Cabot 

Bacher Charles, emp Germauia Mills, house Northampton, B. V. 

Backofen John C, cigar maker, emp Emil Uschmann, h 657 Summer 

Backofen Herman, emp Germania Mills, boards 681 Main 

Backus Edgar C, overseer Merrick Thread Co., No. 2 Mill,h 101 Race 

Backus Irwin C, second hand Merrick Thread Co., No. 3, rooms 397 

Main 
Backus Quimby S., removed to Philadelphia 
Bacon P.. emp Connor Bros., boards Palatine Hotel 
Bader Casper, emp Seymour Cutlery Co , house 185 Park 
Badger Jacob M., bookbinder, house 70 Bond 

Bagg Edward P., secretary Parsons Paper Co., house 149 Chestnut 
Bagley Thomas, emp Va ley Paper Co., house 57 Bridge 
Bail Alexis, carpenter, boards 5 Union 
Bail Cesaire, house 106 High 

Bail Napoleon, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, boards 5 Union 
Bail Vincent, emp Jones Brothers, house 5 Union 
Bailey A. G , boards 530 Main 

Bailey Lewis 1L, emp A. M. Shepardson, house (9) 255 High 
Baillargeon Alphonse, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., bds 127 Park 
Baillargeon Casimir, carpenter, house 127 Park 

Haillargeon Joseph, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 289 Main 
Baillargeon Moise, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 9 Spring 
Bailie Margaret Mrs., house 16 Oliver 
Bain Eliza Mrs. boards 507 So Canal 
Baird Christina Miss, boards 12 Hampden 
Baker Amelia Miss, emp Hadley Co., rooms 2 Center 
Baker Amos, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 10 Newton 
Baker August, emp Munn & Bauph, boards 47 Park 
Baker John, emp Gas Co., house 213 Lyman 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 23 



Baker Katie Miss, house rear 179 Main 

Baker Mary, house 10 Bridge 

Baker Michael, emp Germania Mills, house South 

Baker Michael, bricklayer, boards 90 Fountain 

Baker Michael FL, plumber, tinsmith and gas fitter, rear 366 High, 

house 3 V Appleton 
Baker Nicholas, laborer, house South near Maple 
Baker Nicholas J., bricklayer, boards 90 Fountain 
Baker Richard, painter, boards South near Maple 
Baker Robert, house 90 Fountain 

Baker Thomas, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 10 Bridge 
Baker William, emp Valley Paper Co., house 48 Lyman 
Baker see Boulanger 

Balch Alfred, shipping clerk Valley Paper Co., rooms 312 Maple 
Baldwin Aaron F., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 28 West 
Baldwin Bentley, boarding house, 71 Race 

Bildwin George E., engineer H. & W. R. R., rooms 17 Newton Place 
Baldwin John Mrs., boards 91 Hampden 
Balfe Catherine, removed to Windsor Locks, Conn. 
Ball A. E., Mrs. widow William, boarding house, 229 Main 
Ball C. E. & Co. (Charles E. Ball, Charles E. Bardwell), pharmacists, 

BALL CHARLES E., pharmacist, 221 High (and C. E. Ball & 
Co.), house 214 Pine. [See line front cover.] 

1 and 3 Main 
Ball Edwin H., farmer, house Northampton, opposite Beech, B. V. 
Ball Francis W., farmer and milk peddler, house Back street, B. V. 
Ball James, supt Holyoke Envelope Co., house 223 Pine 
Ball James E., emp Holyoke Envelope Co., house 97 Newton 
Ball James E. Mrs., rooms 128 Cabot 

Ball James R., farmer, emp and bds E. H. Ball, Northampton. B. V. 
Ball Jane P., widow William L., house Northampton, I. P. 
Ballantine Alexander, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 67 Center 
Ballantine John, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 43 Mosher 
Ballantine Margaret, widow John, house 67 Center 
Ballantine Thomas, engineer Wauregan Paper Co., house 67 Center 
Ballantine William, engineer Wauregan Paper Co., boards 67 Center 
Ballantine see Valentine 
Ballou Clark A., house 117 High 

Ballou Joseph, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Bamforth William H., emp Holyoke Machine Co., h Mechanic, B. V. 
Bancroft Jonas .H., emp Hampden Glazed Paper & Card Co. rooms 

254 Main 
Bannister Charles A., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 200 Beech 
Bannister Matthew, emp Connor Brothers, house 103 Main 
Bannon John, emp Munn & Baush, house 275 Main 
Bannon Margaret, widow John, house 275 Main 
Barbeau Leopold, emp Conn River Lumber Co., house 142 Maple 
Barber Frank H., millwright, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., 

105 Newton 
Bardwell Charles E. (C. E. Ball & Co.), rooms Tilley's blk, 235 High 
Bardwell E. Ashley, bookkeeper Newton Paper Co., rooms 72 Newton 
Bardwell Fred. L., clerk C. R. R. freight office, rooms 138 Beech 



24 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Bardwell Herbert T., civil engineer, Hoi Water Power Co., Ms 155 

Pine 
Bardwell Joseph, collector John Tilley & Co., house 138 Beech 
Bardwell O. H., civil engineer, Hoi Water Power Co., rooms 155 Pine 
Barkalow John S., house 88 West 
Barker George W., carpenter, rooms 43 Newton 
Barie Charles, emp G. P. Ellison, 53 Union 
Barie Louis, emp National Paper Co., house 572 East 
Baril Charles, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 582 East 
Baril Charles, house 582 East 

Barley Paul, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 16 Oliver 
Barlow Howard W., clerk A. T. Tuttle, boards 212 Walnut 
Barlow Louis, boards 96 Newton 

Barnes Anson E., engineer R. T. Prentiss, h 21 Worcester Place 
Barnes Delana Mrs., boards 209 Walnut 
Barnes Horace C, woodworker, house 16 Hampshire 
Barnes James, overseer twisting room Hadley Co., house 43 Canal 
Barnes Michael, yard man, Windsor Hotel 

Barney David, foreman machine shop Hadley Co., house 46 Canal 
Barney Emil, carpenter, house 514 East 
Barney George, emp B. F. Perkins, boards 68 Race 
Barney Samuel, laborer, house 514 East 
Baroult Lewis, baker, emp 17 Fountain, boards do 

BARB. EDGAR E.> proprietor Barr's Dining Rooms, also baker, 
confectioner and caterer, 237 High, h 270 Maple. [See p. 446.] 
Barre Ambrose, laborer, house 25 Fountain 
Barre Joseph, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 13 Union 
Barre Joseph D., lather, house 521 Bridge 
Barre Louis Mrs., house 521 Bridge 

Barre Louis, emp National Paper Co., house 572 East , 

Barre Peter, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 101 Park 
Barre Peter, Jr., helper R. Pattee & Co., house 541 Bridge 
Barrett Bridget, widow Daniel, house 77 Lyman 
Barrett Bridget Miss, house 41 Chestnut 
Barrett Charles, carpenter, boards 291 High 
Barrett Edward, boards 27 Lyman 

Barrett J. Fred, telegraph operator, C. R^ R. depot, rooms 8 Newton 
Barrett John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 43 Front 
Barrett Martha H., widow William A., house 169 Dwight 
Barrett Martin, house 130 Pine 
Barrett Martin, Jr., house 49 Bridge 

Barrett Patrick, emp T. J. Gibson, boards East Dwight near Bridge 
Barrett Scott F., overseer repair shop Albion Paper Co., h 21 West 
Barrett Sydney H., jewelry, 59 Dwight, residence Springfield 
Barrett Thomas, emp city, house 43 Bridge 
Barrett Thomas, house 27 Lyman 
Barrett Thomas E., molder, removed to Boston 
Barrette Joseph, clerk A. N. Dufresne, boards 672 East 
Barrette Norbert, emp Newton Paper Co., house 672 East 
Barron Adam, emp Hadley Co., rooms 10 West 
Barron Alexander, roofer, emp A. II. Ryan, house 40 Main 
Barron Charles, roofer, house 40 Main 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 25 



Barron George, laborer, house 588 East 
Barron John, foreman A. H. Ryan, boards 66 Main 
Barron Veronique, widow Baptiste, house 66 Main 
Barry Ellen Miss, house 387 Park 

BARRY GARRETT F., saloon 157 Main, house 159 do. [See 
page 514.] 

Barry James, house 41 Adams 

Barry John, foreman Tuttle Rubber Works, house 13 Hampshire 

Barry John, laborer, house 412 Maple 

Barry John Jr., emp Tuttle Rubber Works, boards 13 Hampshire 

Barry Lizzie Miss, rooms 43 Newton 

Barry Robert, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 50 Center 

Barry Thomas, laborer, boards 41 Adams 

Barsalou E. J., Mrs., dressmaker, house 127 High 

Barsalou Emanuel J., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 127 High 

Barsalou George F., shoemaker, house 18 Maple 

Barsalow Alvaress, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 18 Maple 

Barsalow Joseph, slater, house 119 Maple 

Barstow Andrew, engineer Merrick Thread Co., house 403 Main 

Bartells Henry, removed to New York 

Bartholomew George M., president Holyoke Water Power Co., resi- 
dence Hartford, Conn. 

Bartlett Almira, widow John W., house Northampton, I. P. 

Bartlett Bros. (Dares E. and Edwin L. Bartlett), dentists, 3 D wight 

Bartlett Clinton, emp H. & W. R. R., boards 32 Bond 

Bartlett Dares E. (Bartlett Bros.), house 55 Suffolk 

Bartlett Edward F., emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 314 Maple 

Bartlett Edwin L. (Bartlett Bros.), rooms 55 Suffolk 

Bartlett Edwin E., shipping clerk Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, house 
115 D wight 

Bartlett Eli W., overseer spinning department Hadley Co., h 44 Canal 

Bartlett Elmer E., carpenter, rooms 5 Allyn 

Bartlett E. M. Rev., pastor First Baptist church, house Northampton 
corner South, B. V. 

Bartlett Fannie E. Miss, boards 16 Miller 

Bartlett Frank E., emp Hadley Co., 8 West 

Bartlett Frank P., barber, 327 Main, house 580 East 

Bartlett Granville O., carpenter, rooms 5 Allyn 

Bartlett Henry H., silk dealer, h Beacon ave cor Northampton, I P 

Bartlett James E., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 206 Pine 

Bartlett Louis, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 151 High 

Bartlett Louis, farmer, house Southampton road, W. H. 

Bartlett Louis, Jr., boards Rock Valley 

Bartlett William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 32 Appleton 

Bartlett William C, farmer, house Rock Valley 

Bartol William, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, rooms 93 Race 

Bassett Frank H., emp C. R. R. freight house, rooms 15 Hampden 

Bassett George F., nursery agent, house 310 Hampden 

Bassett George S., emp Hadley Co., house 67 Newton 

Bassett. [See Bessette.] 

Bassford Helen Mrs., emp Springfield Blanket Co., rooms 151 Main 

Batchelor Charles, removed to Indian Orchard 



26 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Batchelder Chas. H., telegraph operator C. R. R. depot, r 8 Newton 

Batchelor Frederick, saloon 674 East, house 676 do 

Bates Abbie C Miss, teacher, rooms 219 Walnut 

Bates Emma Miss, music teacher, boards 239 Pine 

Bates Robert A., rooms 235 High 

Bateson John, house 172 High 

Bateson John J., boards 172 High 

Bateson J. Mrs., dressmaker, 172 High, house do 

Bateson Levi, boards 172 High 

Baton Amedie, carpenter, boards 51 Cabot 

Baton Zotique, house 51 Cabot 

Battersby George L., emp Hadley Co., resides So Hadley Falls 

Battey Martin E , mason, boards 179 Main 

Batther Annie Miss, em]) Hampden Glazed Paper Co., bds 443 Main 

Battles Matthew R., saloon 325 Main, house 145 do 

Baudrin Eugene, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h 12 Potvin ave 

Bauer Gustav, emp Germania Mills, house 28 Adams 

Baush Charles C, machinist Germania Mills, house South 

Baush Christian H. (Munn & Baush), house South, B. V. 

Baxter Hartley J., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 44 Bond 

Bayer Robert, emp Germania Mills, hous^ 267 Park 

Bayer Augustus, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 97 Jackson 

Bay State Club, 235 High 

Bazinet Laura Miss, emp M. A. Marks, boards 319 Main 

Beach Eli W., letter-carrier, house 56 Race 

Beach Joseph, sausage manufacturer, 229 Park, house 231 do 

Beach Morand P., molder, boards 133 High 

Beach Urban, emp Connor Bros., house 690 East 

Beals Charles, house rear 323 Park 

Beals Francis A., lawyer, rooms (4 and 5) 235 High, h 150 Dwight 

Beals Frank, clerk postoffice, boards 150 Dwight 

Beals Leroy C, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 149 Dwight 

Bean J. W„ assistant postmaster, house Maple, So Hadley Falls 

Beark Gustav, laborer, house South 

Beatonsoni Joseph, boards 99 High 

Beauchamp Camille, emp C. R. R. R., house 73 Bond 

Beauchamp Joseph, painter, house 535 Bridge 

Beaucbemin Elzear, house 40 Fountain 

Beauchemin Flavein, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 16 Canal 

Beauchemin John B., house 542 East 

Beauchemin Joseph (Sainte Marie & Beauchemin) and (J. Beauche- 
min & Co.) house 71 Cabot 

Beauchemin J. & Co. (Joseph Beauchemin, Leopold Daviau) boot and i 
shoe dealers,, 295 Main 

Beauchemin Louis, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 21 Park 

Beauchemin Louis, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 534 East 

Beaudin Adolph, emp Lyman Mills, house 6 Potvin ave 

Beaudoin Frank, carpenter, house 4 Potvin ave 
Beaudoin Joseph, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 582 East 
Beaudrow Alexander, clerk, boards Germania Hotel 
Beaudry Arthur, clerk Boston Store, rooms do 
Beaudry Eli, lather, house 55 Park 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 27 



Beau dry Felix, carpenter, house 56 Hamilton 

Beaudry Harriet, house 16 Fountain 

Beaudry Joseph, carpenter, house 580 East 

Beaudry Joseph, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 55 Park 

Beaudry William, emp C. R, Pulp Mill, rooms 122 High 

Beaudry. [See Bodrey.] 

Beaulac Peter, emp Hadley Co., house 22 High 

Beaule Augustin, house 568 East 

Beaulieu Alphonse, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 31 Cabot 

Beaulieu Herminigile, baker, 44 Center, house IV West 

Beaulieu Samuel, bricklayer, house 37 Park 

Beaulieu Trefle, carpenter, house 88 High 

Beaumier Prosper C, removed to Lewiston, Me. 

Beaupre Alexander, laborer, house 10 High 

Beaupre Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 534 East 

Beauregard Alfred, engineer, boards 6 Potvin ave 

Beauregard Frank, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., bds 103 Lyman 

Beauregard John, removed to Canada 

Beauregard Louis, emp D. F. Coghlan, house 511 East 

Beauregard Thiele widow Lussien, house 514 East 

Beauregard Michael, clerk John Heinretz & Son, boards 63 Cabot 

Beauregard Napoleon, house 6 Oliver 

Beauregard Peter, emp Lyman Mills, house 6 Oliver 

Beauregard Peter Jr., lather, boards 6 Oliver 

Beausoliel Joseph, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 9 Spring 

Beaver Robert, emp Germania Mills, house 379 Park 

Becher Charles, emp Germania Mills, house Northampton, B. V. 

Beck James, chemist Hampden Glazed Paper Co., boards 218 Walnut 

Becker Julius, emp Germania Mills, house 385 Park 

Bedard Frank, house 534 East 

Bedard Harry, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 534 East 

Bedard Henry, carpenter, boards 69 High 

Bedard Henry, emp C. R. R. R., house 69 High 

Beebe Henry J. (Beebe, Webber & Co.), residence Springfield 

BEEBE, WEBBER & CO., woolen mfrs, 639 Main, corner third 
level canal. [See page 382.] 
Beebe William, carpenter, boards 391 High 
Beebe & Holbrook Co. (The) F. B. Holbrook, president and treas, 

office 22 D wight 
Beeching Thomas, boards Browns ave, B. V. 
Beeching William S., foreman foundry Holyoke Machine Co., house 

Browns ave 
Beegan Mary Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, boards 17 Hampden 
Beer John, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 613 Bridge 
Beers Mary, widow Alexander, emp Beebe, Webber & Co. b 323 Park 
Begley John, emp Gas Co., boards 49 Fountain 
Begley John, laborer, house 6 Chestnut 
Begley Thomas, emp Germania Mills, house Gates, B. V. 
Behler August, emp Germania Mills, house 321 Park 
Behrens Herman L., boards 19 Worcester Place 

Behrens William, emp G. R. Dickinson Pa Co., bds 19 Worcester PI 
Behrens William, emp G. R. Dickinson Pa Co., boards 69 Main 



28 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Belanger August, emp A. C. Kevins, boards 47 Park 

Belanger Joseph, emp Jackson & McCormick, house 93 Park 

Belding Clark E., emp Hadley Co., house 231 High 

Belisle Francois, house 514 East 

Beliveau Narcisse, house 121 Park 

Beliveau Nazaire, grocer, 313 Main, house 127 Park 

Belknap Sarah, rooms 43 Newton 

Bell John, emp J. Delaney, rooms rear 119 Maple 

Bell Sarah, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 43 Front 

Bellefeuille Georgiana, widow David, house 54 Union 

Belleville John B., laborer, house 101 Lyman 

Bellows Alice M. Miss, dressmaker, 151 Higfi, h do 

Bellows Lewis E., paymaster Deane Steam Pump Co., r 338 Maple 

Beloire Cyprian, laborer, house 25 Union 

Belmore Charles, emp Connor Bros., boards 576 East 

Benard Aime A. (Couture & Benard), house 646 East 

Bernard Eustache, clerk A. N. Dufresne, house 542 East 

BENARD FREDERICK A., gents furnishing goods, 317 Main, 
house do. [See page 428.] 
Benard John, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 656 East 
Benchka Frank, emp Germania Mills, house 613 Bridge 
Benedict Charles B., house Brightside farm, Ingleside 
Benedict Mary A., widow B. B., boards Ingleside 
Benistant John B., laborer, house 542 East 
Bennett Herbert, emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 178 Cabot 
Benoit Alfred, emp Munn & Baush, boards 560 East 
Benoit Cyprien, laborer, house 46 Union 
Benoit George, removed to Kansas 
Benoit John, boards 552 South Canal 
Benoit Joseph, molder Munn & Baizsh, boards 569 East 
Benoit Henry, emp Munn & Baush, house 569 East 
Benoit Hercule Arthur, clerk P. Bonvouloir, Jr., house 346 High 
Benoit Levi, house 634 Summer 

Benoit Louis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 426 Maple 
Benoit Michel, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 698 East 
Benoit Napoleon, molder Munn & Baush, house 46 Cabot 
Benoit Nathol, boards 122 Lyman 
Benoit Pierre (Benoit & Rouillard), house 352 Main 

BENOIT SALINE J., grocer, 121 Lyman, house 110 High. [See 
page 466.] 
Benoit Stephen, clerk, boards 110 High 

Benoit Theophile, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 6 Oliver 
Benoit Tousaint, house 122 Lyman 
Benoit Wilford, molder Munn & Baush, boards 569 East 

BENOIT & ROUILLARD (Pierre Benoit, Samuel Rouillard), 
grocers, meats and liquors, 350 Main. [See page 465.] 
Benson Alfred, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, boards 70 Canal 
Bentley Solon M., clerk Merrick Thread Co., rooms 220 Pine 
B6rard Frank, carpenter F. F. O'Neill, house Willimansett 
Berard Theophile, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 163 Park 
Bergeron Frank, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 32 Union 
Bergeron Octave, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 133 High 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 29 



Bergmann William Joseph, machinist, emp B. F. Perkins, r 437 Main 

Bernard Adolph, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 656 East 

Bernard Barbara Mrs., house 87 Race 

Bernard Frank, em Hadley Co., house 54 Sargeant 

Bernechy Ovide, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., boards 514 East 

Bernier Charles, emp Munn & Baush, house 514 East 

Bernier Edward, pedler, house 54 Union 

Bernier Francois, widow Francis, house 646 East 

Bernier Homer, rooms 16 Fountain 

Bernier Homer, Jr., canvasser, boards 54 Union 

Bernier Louis, carpenter, house 101 Park 

Bernier Louis, Jr., carpenter, house 19 Crescent 

Bernier Marcel, carpenter, house 101 Park 

Bernier Victor, carpenter, house 101 Park 

Berrentson Wollert, boards 60 Ely 

Berry Isaac, overseer weaving dept Lyman Mill No. 1, h 95 Front 

Berry Isaac N., machinist Merrick Thread Co., house 252 Maple 

Berthellett Frank, barber, house 580 East 

Berthold Delvina, widow Honore, house 85 High 

Bertiaume Charles, emp C. R. Pulp Co., house 54 Union 

Bertiaume Maurice, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 56 Union 

Bertiaume John, emp George Richards, house 56 Union 

Bertiaume Joseph, emp Newton Paper Co., house 127 Park 

Bertiaume Silas, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 151 Main 

Bertrand Adolph H., saloon 323 Main, and grocer 696 East, h 321 Main 

Bertrand August, carpenter, boards 696 East 

Bertrand Emy bartender 323 Main, house 682 East 

Bertrand Frank, barber shop 311 Main, house 535 Bridge 

Bertrand Joseph, house 321 Main 

Bertrand Louis Mrs., house 654 East 

Bertrand Matilda, widow Anabe, house 321 Main 

Bess Ellen and Kate Misses, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 38 East 

Bessette Alexandre, boarding house and peddler, house 69 High 

Bessette Elmer A., emp S. Snell, boards 69 High 

Bessette Joseph, laborer, boards 171 High 

Bessette Octave, expressman, house 51 Bond 

Bessette Peter, bootmaker, 305 Main, house 127 High 

Bessey Merritt B., removed to Boston 

Best Adam, laborer, house Gates, B. V. 

Best Edward A., emp C. W. Bryan Co., boards A. Best, Gates, B. V. 

Best John C, pressman Transcript, house Laurel, B. V. 

Betie Cleophas, removed to Canada 

Betie Henry, emp C. R. Pulp Co., house 111 Lyman 

Betie Joseph, emp Lyman Mills, house 18 Oliver 

Bey Frederick, emp Germania Mills, house 359 Park 

Beyer Ernst, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house rear 325 Park 

Beyer Richard, emp Holyoke Paper, h Sargeant 1st and 2d level 

Beyer Robert, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 321 Park 

Beyes Marguerite Mrs., house 16 Oliver 

Beyes Paul, emp Lyman Mills, bds 16 Oliver 

Biagiotte John, confectioner, boards 271 High 

Biagiotte Joseph, confectioner, 271 High, bds do 



30 HOLYOKE [B DIEECTORY. 



Bialkosky William, laborer, house 371 Park 

Bibeau Eliza, widow Cyprien, house 69 High 

Bibeau Eliza Miss, dressmaking, house 69 High 

Bibeau M. C, emp Benoit & Rouillard, house 341 Main 

Bicknell E. K. (Bicknell & Rice), residence Springfield 

Bicknell & Rice (E. K. Bicknell, J. K. Rice), fancy goods, 263 High 

Bidwell Alice Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, rms 115 D wight 

Bidwell George A., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 19 John 

Bidwell White P., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, rooms 1 Newton PI 

Bieler Robert, emp Germania Mills, house 379 Park 

Bienaime Louis, house 85 Lyman 

Bienvenu Azarie, joiner, house 55 Hamiltou 

BIENVENU JOSEPH, tailor, 306 Main, house 698 East. [See p. 
427.] 
Bienvenu Olivia, dressmaker 55 Hamilton, boards do 

BIGELOW BERNARD F., market 157 Lyman, house 101 Beech. 
[See page 474.] 
Bigelow Frank W., emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 156 Dwight 
Bigelow James M., master mechanic Lyman Mills, house 79 Front 
Bigelow John W., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 164 High 
Bigelow Margaret Mrs., house 155 Lyman 
Bigelow William J., house 2 Chestnut 
Bigonesse Joseph, boards 44 Front 

Bigonesse Leon, emp Hampden Cotton Mills, house 44 Front 
Bigonesse Nelson, laborer, boards 44 Front 
Bill Frederick A., emp Pasons Paper Co., rooms 273 Maple 
Billings Herman, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 345 Park 
Billings William B., removed to Greenfield 
Binder Frederick, emp Germania Mills, house 233 Park 
Bird Ozro M., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 133 Oak 
Birge John, clerk L. Sears & Co., rooms 190 Chestnut 
Biron George, house 588 East (rear) 

Bishop Ellen E. Miss (J. G. Bishop & Co.), house 254 Maple 
Bishop J. G. & Co. (John G. & Miss Ellen E. Bishop), fancy goods, 

etc., 192 High 
Bishop John G. (J. G. Bishop & Co.), house 254 Maple 
Bishop Laroy M., carpenter, rooms Crafts' block, 189 High 
Bishop William L., expressman, house 43 Suffolk 
Bissillion Philomene, widow Bartholomew, house 38 Union 
Bissland James H., emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., bds 6 Mosher 
Bissonnette Frank, herdic driver, boards 28 Pleasant 
Bissonnette Joseph Mrs., removed to Canada 
Bissonnette Richard, bus driver, boards 28 Pleasant 
Black John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 31 Hamilton 
Blackmer Charles L., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 35 Mosher 
Blackmer George, cigarmaker, emp E. Uschmann, boards 35 Mosher 
Blackmer Henry, clerk M. J. McQueeny, rooms 122 High 
Blackmer Lewis, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 35 Mosher 
Blackmer William E., policeman, boards 35 Mosher 
Blain Antoine, carpenter, house 521 Bridge 
Blain Moses, emp S. Hanson, house 89 Lyman 
Blain Olesime, laborer, house 8 Prospect 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 31 



Blain Theotime, carpenter, rooms 69 High 
Blain Xavier, Jr., removed to Chicopee Falls. 
Blair Andrew, painter, boards 29 Cabot 
Blair Henry L., compositor, house 138 Cabot 
Blair Jarvis, emp E. D. Shelley, boards|269 Hampden 
Blair Joseph, tailor emp 306 Main, house 656 East 
Blair Joseph, painter, boards 29 Cabot 
Blair Julia Mrs., house 78 Lyman 
Blair Louis, painter, house 29 Cabot 
Blair Louis, Jr., emp Hadley Co., house 69 Sargeant 
Blais Onezime, emp A. C. Nevins, house 6 Potvin ave 
Blake Albert H., 435 Main, house 540 South Canal 
Blake Henry E. emp. Holyoke Paper Co., house 626 Main 
Blake Henry S., emp Whiting Paper Mill No. 2, house 25 Pearl 
Blake Mary A., widow, house 25 Pearl 

Blake Uriah, supt Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., house 46 Suffolk cor 
Beech 

BLAKE W. H., news depot and confectioner, 435 Main, h 540 
S Canal [See page 437.] 
Blake William H., removed to Springfield 
Blakely Herbert, emp George Richards, house 101 Park 
Blakely John R., carriage smith, emp Fenton & Dunn, bds 124 Pine 
Blakely Truman, driver J. B. Woodruff, house rear 49 Race 
Blanchard Addie Miss, rooms 122 High 
Blanchard Henry C, overseer Hadley Co., house 33 Canal 
Blanchard John, emp Winona Paper Co., rooms 141 Main 
Blanchard Louis, harness maker, house 203 Lyman 
Blanchard .Napoleon, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 16 Fountain 
Blanchard Ovile, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 25 Fountain 

BLANCHA&D H. EEMAXJD tailor, 170 High, house do. [See 
page 427.] 
Blanchard William H., foreman repairs Massasoit Paper Mfg. Co. h 

237 Maple 
Blanchet Adolph, laborer, house 86 Cabot 
Blanch et Antoine, emp A. C. Kevins, house 13 Prospect 
Blanchet Edward, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 80 Cabot 
Blanchet Pierre, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 13 Prospect 
Blanchet Zebedee, emp J. B. Paquette, house 18 Fountain 
Blanchette Elzeard J., removed to Westhampton 
Blanchette Moses, emp S. Hanson, boards 13 East Dwight 
Blanding Nettie A. Miss, bookkeeper Springfield Bkt Co., h 126 Cabot 
Blanfield Lyman, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 63 Race 
Blank Amiel, removed to New York 

Bleasius John, machinist, emp R. Pattee & Co., boards 45 Front 
Bleasius John 2d, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 21 Bowers 
Bleasius Michael, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 21 Bowers 
Bleasius Sylvester, painter, boards 43 Front 
Bligh John, house 101 Walnut 

BLODGETT CHAELES, physician, office and rooms 231 High. 
[See page 439.] 
Blodgett Frank K., emp George Richards, house 127 Chestnut 
Bloom Delos, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 122 Walnut 



32 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Blouin Azarie, laborer, house 101 Lyman 

Bleumer Joachim, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 633 Bridge 
Blum Frederick, boots and shoes 459 Main, house do 
Bluteau Pierre, emp Albion Paper Co., house 13 West 
Bobsin John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 201 Park 
Bock Charles, shoemaker, house 303 Park 
Bocock Thomas E. Mrs., house 3 Hampden 
Bodman Joseph, house 95 Jackson 
Bodman Thomas Mrs., house 7 Prospect 

Bodrey Frederick, dining room 67 and 69 Hamilton, house 397 Main 
Bodrey see Beaudry 

Boei August, emp Germania Mills, house 373 Park 
Boesvert John B., laborer, house 28 Union 
Boettcher August, emp Germania Mills, boards rear 339 Park 
Boettcher Charles F., clerk H. Westphal, house So Hadley Falls 
Boettcher Edward, emp Connor Bros., house 95 Jackson 
Boettcher William F., emp Whitmore Mfg. Co., rooms 121 Race 
Boetz Anton, emp Unquomonk Mills, house 88 Race 
Bogart Henry, emp Albion Paper Co., house 24 East 
Bohan Peter, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Bohm Gustav, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 267 Park 
Bohner Frank, emp Connor Bros., house 811 High 
Boies Frank, machinist Holyoke Water Power Co., house 39 Lyman 
Boies John H. Mrs. house 30 Lyman 

Boies J. Wesley, watchman Holyoke Water Power Co., h 30 Lyman 
Boivin Frank, emp Newton Paper Co., house 5 Union 
Boivin Hilaire, emp Lyman Mills, house 116 Lyman 
Boivin Napoleon, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 85 Lyman 
Bolak Charles, emp Germania Mills, boards 19 Hampshire 
Bolan John J., removed to Northampton 
Bolan William J., roofer, house Dwight cor Center 
Bolduc George, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 264 Pine 
Bolduc Gregoire, laborer, house 46 Cabot 
Bolduc Louis, house 101 Lyman 
Bolduc Louis, Jr., boards 101 Lyman 
Bolieu Jeremiah, blacksmith, house 35 Park 
Bolieu John, brick manufacturer, removed to So Hadley Falls 
Bolieu John, Jr., carriage repairer, boards 35 Park 
Bolieu Zephrin, emp J. H. Newton, boards do 
Bolieu see Beaulieu 

Bolieux Michael, bakery, 44 Center, house 17 West 
Bolind John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 222 Lyman 
Bolt Delia, hairworker and agt for dressmakers' scale, h 47 Newton 
Bolt John (Buchanan, Bolt & Co.), house 133 Walnut 
Bolton P^dward M., inspector City Water Works, rooms 226 Maple 
Bolton Henry E., Jr., carpenter Lyman Mills, house 55 Front 
Bombard Carlos A., carpenter, house Beacon ave 
Bombard Mary Mrs., house Beacon ave, I. P. 
Bomely Albert, emp Gridley & Moriarty, house 702 East 
Bond Charles H., shoemaker, house 25 Maple 

Bond Henry W., Jr., foreman finishing room Whiting Paper Co., No. 
1, house 29 John 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 33 



Bone Louis, emp Holyoke Bone Co., house 803 High 

Boner Adolph, boss dyer Germania Mills, h South near the mill 

Bonion see Bunyan 

Bonner Edward, pattern maker Holyoke Machine Co., h 50 Pleasant 

Bonner John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 615 Summer 

Bonneville Edmond, removed to Canada 

Bonneville George, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 127 Park 

Bonneville Ovid, emp Hampden Glazed Pa & Card Co., h 8 High 

Bonneville Richard, emp Hadley Co., house 127 Park 

Bonney William, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Bonvouloir Alfred, carpenter, house 16 Canal 

Bonvouloir Delphis, emp P. Bonvouloir, Jr., boards 105 High 

BONVOULOIR PETER, JR , grocery, meat market, liquors, 
103 High, house 105 do. [See page 462.] 
Boomer George, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 164 East 
Boothroyd John T., foreman Connor Bros., house 109 Newton 
Boray Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co , house 49 Hamilton 
Borell John C, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 126 Race 
Bork Henry C, emp T. Spamer, boards 315 Park 
Borlen Blaise, saloon 237 Park, house 239 do 
Boright Andrew, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 71 Newton 
Borthwick John K., hostler J. C. Smith, house 278 Main 
Borthwick William W., foreman finishing room Wauregan Paper Co., 

house 6 Mosher 
Bormann John, emp National Blank Book Co., house 107 Newton 
Boston Branch Grocery, E. A. Fenno & Co. proprietors, 45 Dwight 

BOSTON STORE, Clark & Richard, proprietors, dry and fancy 
goods, millinery, etc., 71 and 73 Dwight and 337 Main. [See 
page 436.] 
Bosworth George L. (G. L. Bosworth & Co.), house 120 Dwight 

BOSWORTH G. L. & CO., stone masons and stone dealers, 120 
Dwight. [See page 489.] 
Bosworth Hiram, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 72 Bond 
Bosworth L. P. Mrs., house 120 Dwight 
Botham James Mrs., removed to Springfield 
Boubeau Charles, butcher, boards 14 Fountain 
Boucher Anselme, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 103 Lyman 
Boucher Paul, laborer, house 542 East 

Boucher William, employed Hoi Glazed Paper Works, bds 121 Race 
Boudreau Alphonse, laborer, house 85 Lyman 
Boudreau Arthur, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 28 Cabot 
Boudreau Charles C, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 57 Bond 
Boudreau Eugene, emp Conn River Lumber Co. 
Boudreau Francis, removed to Canada 
Boudreau Frank, house 75 Park 

Boudreau James, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., bds 75 Park 
Boudreau Jerry, chopper, bds 542 Park 
Boudreau John, clerk Yal Moquin, house 302 High 
Boudreau Julian, (Brien & Boudreau), house 60 East 
Boudreau Metherin, watchmaker, house 28 Cabot 
Boudreau Prudent, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 75 Park 
Boudreau William G., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 117 Cabot 



34 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Boulais Pierre Mrs., house 60 Lyman 

Boulanger J., emp Albion Paper Co., house 107 Lyman 

Boulanger see Baker 

Bourdon Annie, dressmaker (5), 255 High 

Bourdon John A., emp Wauregan Paper Co., bds 111 Lyman 

Bourdon John B., clerk Val Moquin house 255 High 

Bourelle Israel, house 15 Fountain 

Bourelle Maxime, laborer, house 714 East 

Bourgeois David, laborer, house 28 Oliver 

Bourgeois Delphine Mrs., house 110 High 

Bourgeois Elie, removed to Canada 

Bourgeois Henry, emp John Tilley, bds 110 Hi^h 

Bourgeois Mederick, emp Holyoke House, bds do 

Bourgeois Napoleon, house 153 Main 

Bourgeois Philip, mason, house 163 Main 

Bousey Alphonse, house 13 West 

Bousquet Albert, painter Dean & Wheelock, house 44 Cabot 

Bousquet Christopher, bds 15 Oliver 

Bousquet Frank, bricklayer, emp Landers Bros., house 89 Lyman 

Bousquet Peter, driver S. Yenlin, bds 352 Main 

Boutin Adolphe, roofer, house rear 37 Union 

Boutin John B., emp Newton Paper Co., bds 68 Cabot 

BOUTON HENRY E„ flour, grain, hay, etc., 127 Main, h 125 
do. [See page 453.] 
Bouvet Francis, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, bds 538 East 
Bo wan Mary A. Miss, emp Hadley Co., bds 69 Lyman 
Bowdoin Aaron, dyer Hampden Mills, house 13 Pearl 
Bowdoin Samuel C, supt Hampden Cotton Mills, bds 13 Pearl 
Bowdoin Welcome J., removed to Lowell, Mass. 
Bo we Martin F., emp Kennedy & Sullivan, res Chicopee 
Bowers James G., emp Hadley Co., house 169 Dwight 
Bowers & Mosher est of, real estate dealers, office 5 Bowers 
Bowker Benjamin, emp Windsor Hotel 
Bowker Charles H., clerk Windsor Hotel 
DOWKER GEORGE H., proprietor Windsor Hotel, 43 Dwight 

Bowker Henry (H. Bowker & Co.), house 55 Dwight 

BOWKER H. & CO. (Henry Bowker, George H. Bowker), hack, 
livery, boarding and feeding stables, office 8 John, rear Wind- 
sor Hotel. [See page 486.] 
Bowler Abbie Miss, emp Franklin Paper Co., bds 331 Main 
Bowler Catherine, widow Michael, house 113 Walnut 
Bowler Ellen, widow Michael, house 115 Cabot 
Bowler Johanna, widow John, house Gates, B. V. 
Bowler John, house 77 Prospect 
Bowler John, laborer, boards Gates, B. V. 
Bowler John, laborer, house Chapin, B. V. 
Bowler John, saloon 331 Main, house 352 do 

Bowler John .Mrs., dry and fancy goods, 333 Main, house 352 do 
Howler Julia, widow John, house 73 Fountain 
Howler Ivatie C. Miss, dressmaker, 352 Main, boards do 
Bowler Mary, widow Michael, boards 75 Bridge 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 35 



Bowler Mary, widow Patrick, house 80 Prospect 

Bowler Michael, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 115 Cabot 

Bowler Morris, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 23 Prospect 

Bowler Patrick, laborer, house 80 Prospect 

Bowler Richard, emp' Union Paper Mfg Co., house rear 75 Bridge 

Bowler Richard, laborer, house 315 Park 

Bowler Thomas, emp A. C Nevins, house 99 Walnut 

Bowler William, house 48 Prospect 

Bowles Charles A., assistant bookkeeper National Blank Book Co., res 

Springfield 
Bowman George, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 87 Race 

BOWMAN WILLIAM E., saloon and restaurant, 69 and 71 
Hamilton, house 217 High. [See page 448.] 
Boy August, emp Germania Mills, house 357 Park 
Boy Jacob, emp Germania Mills, house South near Germania Mills 
Boyce Frank, boards 30 Lyman 
Boyd George L., teamster, rooms 35 Hampden 



Boyer Adelle Mrs., dressmaker, 225 High 
Boyer Daniel, mason, house 19 Park 



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Boyer Delphis, expressman, boards 9 Oliver 

Boyer Frank, roll coverer, emp S. H. Chase, boards 9 Oliver 

Boyer John, emp Conn. R. R. R., house 225 High 

Boyer Joseph, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 9 Oliver 

Boyer Joseph Jr., barber, 113 High, house do 

Boyer see Poyer 

Bozenhard Albert L. (Bozenhard & Foerster), house 30 Adams 

B0ZENHARD & FOERSTER (Albert L. Bozenhard, Herman 
G. Foerster), Holyoke File Works, Bowers & Mosher Building, 
opp H. & W. Depot. [See page 398.] 
Bracken Mark, laborer, house Easthampton road 
Brackett Mary, widow Alfred, rem to Huntington 
Brackman Catharine Mrs., 87 Race 
Brackman Daniel, emp Lyman Mills, house 126 Lyman 
Brackman Leopold, emp J. Tilley, house 128 Lyman 
Bradburn H. D wight, supt Nonotuck Paper Co., bds Holyoke House 
Bradford Edward S., treasurer and agent Hampden Cotton Mills, res 

Springfield 
Bradley Edward D , emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 127 Chestnut 
Bradley Edwin, treasurer, Merrick Lumber Co., house 54 Taylor 
Bradley Emily Miss, boarding-house, 634 and 636 Main 
Bradley George, boards 81 Front 
Bradley Henry, boarding-house 11, 13 and 15 John 
Bradley L. S., widow Charles, house 127 Chestnut 
Bradley Lucy Mrs., house 28 Oliver 
Bradley Michael, boards 179 Main 
Bradley William, painter, 37 Chestnut, house 14 Allyn 
Bradley William, emp Nqnotuck Paper Co., house 28 Oliver 
Bradley William F., painter, boards 14 Allyn 
Bradshaw George, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co , boards 70 

Canal (Ward 1) 
Brady Henry, house 151 Main 
Brady James, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 25 Bridge 



36 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Brady John, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 127 Race 

Brady Patrick, rem to Westfield 

Brady William, fireman Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., h 569 Summer 

Bramham George, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 82 Bond 

Brainerd George W., bookkeeper Chemical Paper Co., rooms 217 

Walnut 
Branney Patrick, copying agent and confectionery, house 123 Maple 
Brannigan James, house 35 Adams 
Brannigan Mary Mrs., house 35 Adams 

Brannigan Thomas, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 16 Hampshire 
Brasil John, clerk, John O'Connell, boards 32 Chestnut 
Brassil Patrick, teamster, emp city, boards 69 High 
Bray George, farmer, house Ashley Pond Road 
Bray George A., emp J. F. Sullivan, house 2 Pleasant • 
Bray Sarah S. Miss, emp Holyoke House 

Bray Thomas, farmer and milkman, house Westfield Road, B. V. 
Breck Catherine Mrs., boards 55 East 
Breck Katie Miss, emp Ira Smith, boards 148 High 
Breeh Daniel, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 643 Summer 
Breen David F., emp Holyoke Furniture Co., rooms 55 Dwight 
Breen John Mrs., house 130 Lyman 
Breen John, house 641 Summer 
Breen Prosper Mrs., house Summer near Adams 
Breen Thomas H., emp Crocker Mfg Co., house 32 Mosher 
Brennan Bridget Mrs., house 191 Lyman 
Brennan Daniel, bricklayer, house 82 Maple 
Brennan Daniel, emp Landers Bros., boards rear 119 Race 
Brennan Jeremiah, laborer, house rear 119 Race 
Brennan Jeremiah F., emp C. F. Lucey, boards 82 Maple 
Brennan John, emp Connor Brothers, boards 56 Prospect 
Brennan John, bookkeeper, Clark & Richard, boards 82 Maple 
Brennan Michael, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, house rear 114 Race 
Brennan Michael, laborer, house 89 Ely 

Brennan Patrick A., emp Clark & Richard, boards 82 Maple 
Brennan Patrick J., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 77 Hamilton 
Brennan William, house 66 Ely 

Brennan William, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Brent Joseph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 616 East 
Bresnahan Cornelius J., clerk J. O'Donnell, boards 130 Pine 
Bresaahan Hannah, domestic, 530 Main 

Bresnahan Honora Miss, dressmaker, emp 124 High, boards 13 Oliver 
Bresnahan John, emp Watson Ely & Son, boards 222 Lyman 
Bresnahan John, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 27 Lyman 
Bresnahan John A., dealer in paper stock, boards 130 Pine 
Bresnahan John, emp Crocker Mfg Co., boards 70 Canal 
Bresnahan Patrick, laborer, bds 105 Hampden 

Bresnahan Stephen, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 61 Elm 
Bresnahan Thomas, laborer, bds 161 Lyman 
Bresnahan Thomas, emp Lyman Mills, house 130 Pine 
Bresnahan Thomas F., mailing clerk post-office, boards 130 Pine 
Breton Leon, painter, house 86 Cabot 
Breton Narcisse, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 525 Bridge 






JIOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 37 



Bretschneider Franz, emp Germania Mills, house 383 Park 

Bretschneider Max, clerk Sears & Co., boards 383 Park 

Bretschneider Robert, emp Germania Mills, house 377 Park 

Brett Patrick, carriage smith, rem to Boston 

Brewer Darwin E., teamster, rem to Willimantic, Conn. 

Brewer Herbert S., cigar maker, boards 13 John 

Brice Dennis, laborer, house rear 49 Maple 

Brice John, laborer, boards rear 49 Maple 

Brick Edward, emp Valley Paper Co., house 13 Summer 

Brick John, stone mason, emp J. Delaney, house 78 Summer , 

Brick Julia, widow Edward, boards 511 Bridge 

Bridges Clarence, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 123 Pine 

Bridges Emma Mrs., house 61 Center 

Brien David F., emp Hoi Furniture Co., rooms 55 Dwight 

Brien George (Brien & Boudreau), carpenter, house 78 Pleasant 

Brien & Boudreau, (George Brien, Julian Boudreau), carpenters and 

builders, 78 Pleasant and 60 East 
Brient see Brigham 

Briggs Eunice Mrs., Northampton opposite Dwight, I. P. 
Brigham Joseph, grocer, 11 Fountain, house 9 do 
Brigham Predeau, emp The Beebe & Holbrook Co., h 9 Fountain 
Bright Edward, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 117 High 
Bright Philip, emp Nash, Holmes & Co., house 50 East 
Bright Thomas C, (Home Paper Co.), house 68 West 
Brinn David, carpenter, emp L. B. White, house 32 Taylor 
Brinn Frank, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 275 Main 
Brisson Cyprien, shoemaker C. S. Childs, boards 576 East 
Brisson David, carpenter, house 568 East 

Brisson Zacarie, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 19 Hamilton 
Bristol George, removed to Springfield 
Britton Phoebe Mrs., boards 530 Main 
Broadbent John, emp Hoi Machine Co,, boards 87 Race 
Brocket Eli I., master builder Water Power C«., house 191 Walnut 
Brock way William, emp Albion Paper Co., house 36 East 
Brodeau Edmond, shoemaker, emp W. H. Munn, bds Park 
Broderick Edmund, emp George R. Dickinson Pa Co., h 161 Bridge 
Broderick John, emp Hoi Machine Co., house 122 Sargeant 
Broderick Michael, bartender, house 122 Sargeant 
Broderick William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 122 Sargeant 
Brodeur Arthur, barber, boards 1 Hampden 

Brodeur Elphege, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., bds 70 Cabot 
Brodeur Felix, laborer, house 1 7 Oliver 
Brodeur Isidore, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 69 High 
Brodeur Isidore Mrs., house 98 High 
Brodeur Joseph, laborer, house 31 Cabot 
Brodeur Louis, emp Hadley Co., boards 59 Union 
Brodeur Michael, boards 69 High 
Brodeur Napoleon, boards 17 Olivet 
Brodeur Oliver, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 426 Maple 
Brodeur Theophile, carpenter, house 17 Oliver 
Brogan James, bartender, 146 High, boards 50 do 
Brogan John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 64 Race 



38 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Bromley Lizzie Mrs., emp Valley Pa Co., boards 74 Canal 
Kronson John E., overseer Merrick's box shop, house 98 Race 
Brook Henry, emp Lyman Mills, boards 91 Jackson 
Brooks Archibald, emp Buchanan & Bolt, boards 344 Maple 
Brooks Benjamin, student, boards 184 Beech 

BROOKS CHARLES W., meat market 64 Main, house 12 
Brooks ave. [See page 476.] 
Brooks Esbon P , emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 26 Bond 
Brooks Ida Mrs., boards 303 Hi^h 
Brooks Jonathan, removed to West Springfield 
Brooks Joseph, painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, house 184 High 
Brooks Jesse, painter, boards 16 Bridge 

Brooks Lottie Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 303 High 
Brooks Sinion, book-keeper Whiting Paper Co., house 184 Beech 
Brooks Theodore, barber, emp 327 Main, boards 580 East 
Brooks William, emp Lyman Mills, house 81 Front ■ 

Brooks William H., lawyer, office 12 Dwight, bds Hoi House 
Brooks (see also Brosseau and Rousseau) 

Brossard Cleophas, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 101 Lyman 
Brousseau Joseph, painter Dean & Wheelock, house 128 High 
Brosseau Michel, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 85 Lyman 
Brothers Theophile, house 682 East 
Brouillette Alfred, emp Lyman Mills, house 289 Main 
Brouillette George, emp Lyman Mills No. 3, house 122 Lyman 
Brouillette Louis, baker, boards 17 Fountaia 
Brouillette Peter Mrs., house 4 Oliver 
Brouillette Philomene Mrs., house 17 West 
Brown Alonzo R., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 7 Main 
Brown Andrew E , removed to Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brown Charles II., blacksmith, boards 203 Lyman 
Brown Charles W., teamster, boards 9 Oliver 
Brown Emma Miss, emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 6 Dwight 
Brown Emma, widow Frank, house Ingleside 
Brown Francis, emp Hadley Co., house 48 Canal 
Brown Frank H., book-keeper Conn. R. Pulp Co., rooms 45 Newton 
Brown Frank L., clerk A. Witherell, house 3 Newton 
Brown George, emp Lyman Mills, house 60 Bond 
Brown George H., book-keeper J. & W. Jolly, house 229 Main 
Brown George II., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 60 Lyman 
Brown Henry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 76 Bond 
Brown Henry N., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 104 Pleasant 
Brown Horace, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 
Brown James, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 13 John 
Brown James, emp R. T. Prentiss, house 58 Taylor 
Brown James M., C. R. R. R. bridge-keeper, h Riverside n bridge 
Brown John, emp Valley Paper Co., rooms 7 Main 
Brown John, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 518 Main 
Brown John L., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 35 Newton 
Brown John N. (Buchanan, Bolt & Co.), house 192 Beech 
Brown John S., emp Albion Paper Co , boards 50 Center 
Brown Joseph, painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, bds 23 Hampden 
Brown Joseph, boards 51 Newton 



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HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 39 



Brown Joseph, emp Valley Paper Co., house 21 Mosher 

Brown Joseph E., emp Deane Steamp Pump Co., boards 25 Cabot 

Brown Joseph H., emp Merrick Lumber Co, house 38 Taylor 

Brown Joseph M., emp G. R. Dickinson Paper Co., bds 21 Mosher 

Brown Levi L., president Whiting Paper Co., res Adams, Mass. 

Brown Marcus M., foreman Cain & Kilburn, house 199 D wight 

Brown Margaret, widow Michael, house 77 Bridge 

Brown Mary, widow Edward, house 74 Pine 

Brown Mary Miss, house 77 Bridge 

Brown Maude M. Miss, teacher, bds Mrs. Washburn, house Ingleside 

Brown Otho R. (Preston & Brown), h 104 Pleasant n Lincoln 

Brown Patrick, removed to New Jersey 

Brown Richard, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 620 Main 

Brown Robert, ruler, emp Frank E. White, house 70 Lyman 

Brown Sarah, widow Thomas, boards 104 Pleasant 

Brown Thomas E., removed to North Adams 

Brown Walter, teamster, house 56 Union 

Brown Walter R., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 60 Lyman 

Brown William, emp Winona Paper Co., house 44 Ely 

Brown William, house 21 Bowers 

Brown William E., emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 21 Bowers 

Brown William H., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 60 Bond 

Browne Hugh B., emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., b 198 Walnut 

Browne Mary, widow Simon, house 198 Walnut 

BROWNE MICHAEL C, sealing wax mfr, first level canal bet 
Appleton and Cabot, bds 198 Walnut [Seepage 376.] 
Browne Thomas F., book-keeper Hoi Furniture Co., bds 198 Walnut 
Browne Valentine P., emp Valley Paper Co., house 143 Pine 
Brownell James J., gardener D. Mackintosh, boards Northampton, 

B. V. * 

Bruce Robert, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 3 Oliver 

BRUECK CHARLES, bottler, rear 659 Main near South, house 
do [See page 514] 
Brueck Otto, saloon and bottler, 637 Sumner house do 
Brulotte Desire emp Farr Alpaca Co., bds 19 Hamilton. 
Brulotte Xavier Mrs. house 19 Hamilton 
Brun Hermidas, teamster boards 341 Main 
Brun Simeon, carpenter, house 341 Main 

Brunelle Etienne, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 85 Lyman 
Brunelle Philia*, carpenter house 33 Cabot 
Bruno Theophile, blacksmith, house 72 Park 
Brushingham Nellie, rooms 379 Main 
Bryan Clark W. (Clark W. Bryan &Co.), boards Windsor Hotel 

BRYAN CLARK W. & CO. (Clark W. Bryan, W. R. Bryan, D. 
H. Sackett), job printers and publishers of The Paper World, 
The Manufacturer and Industrial Gazette and The Builder, 
Water Power Co's Cabot street mill, east wing. [See page op- 
posite.] 
Bryan W. R. (Clark W. Bryan & Co.), house 232 Elm 
Bryant Jane, Mrs., house Southampton road West Ho yoke 
Bryden William, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 13 Newton Place 
Buchanan Andrew (Buchanan, Bolt & Co.), house 346 Maple 



40 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Buchanan, Bolt & Co. (Robert Buchanan, John Bolt, Andrew Buch- 
anan and John N. Brawn), Fourdrinier Wire Cloth mfrs., first level 
canal bet Appleton and Cabot 
Buchanan Charles J., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 99 Newton 
Buchanan James, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., house 125 Newton 
Buchanan Robert (Buchanan, Bolt & Co.), house 67 Race 
Buck Lewis C, carpenter, board 291 High 
Buck Lizzie M., widow J. C, boarding-house, house 291 High 
Buchanan Robert Mrs., intelligence office, 67 Race 
Buchold Robert, emp Germania Mill, house 377 Park 
Buck Frank L , emp Dean & Wheelock, house 25 Pearl 
Buckland G. A. Mrs., house 151 Elm 

Buckley Bishop, hostler H. Bowker & Co., rooms 8 John 
Buckley Bridget B., widow John, house 1 High 

Buckley C. H. Miss, teacher Sergeant street school, bds 265 Hampden 
Buckley Fred E., emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 265 Hampden 
Buckley George, emp Mass. Screw Co., boards 61 Chestnut 
Buckley George C, overseer rag room Hoi Paper Co., h 265 Hampden 
Buckley George C. Jr., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, h 109 Dwight 
Buckley Hugh J., clerk, 116 High house 183 Dwight 
Buckley James, watchman, emp Mass. Screw Co., boards 61 Chestnut 
Buckley James C, book-keeper Worthington Paper Co , res Chicopee 
Buckley Johanna, widow P. M., house 134 Cabot 
Buckley John C, bartender John Quill, boards 49 Adams 
Buckley Mary, widow Patrick, house 61 Chestnut 
Buckley Michael R., laborer, house 538 East 
Buckley Walter N., carpenter, Thorpe Bros., house 5 Allyn 
Buckley William P., book-keeper, J. H. Fitzsimmons, boards 20 Cabot 
Buell John, emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 38 Hamilton 
Buffington James, overseer finishing dept. Beebe, Webber & Co., h 

660 Bridge 
Bugbee Amasa, boards 7 Canby 

Bugbee Smith A., painter, house 7 Canby near Hampden 
Buglia Pompeo, emp Louis Rigali, boards 447 Main 
Bugolt Robert E., emp Germania Mills, house 377 Park 

BUILDER (THE), monthly, Clark W. Bryan & Co., publishers, 
Water Power Co.'s Cabot street mill, east wing 
Bulger John, emp Buchanan & Bolt, boards 125 Newton 
Bullard Willie H., clerk J. B. Whitmore, house 190 Dwight 
Bullens Warren, with Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., res Springfield 
Bullis Reuben, emp C. R. R. R. freight house, house 31 Newton 
Bullock Frank N., removed to Greenfield 
Bumbly Albert, emp Gridley & Moriarty, house 702 East 
Bume Louis, eupt Germania Mills, house Brown's avenue B. V. 
Bume Louis Jr., dyer Connor Bros., boards Brown's avenue, B. V. 
Bumper Gustave, emp Germania Mills, house 349 Park 
Bunnell William D., emp Transcript office, house 170 High 
Bunyan John, house 29 Lyman 
Bunyan Julia Miss, house 119 Cabot 
Bunyan Lucy, widow Louis, removed to Gilbertville 
Bunyan Maurice, plasterer, boards 119 Cabot 
Bunyan Richard, plasterer, boards 119 Cabot 



HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 41 



Bunyan William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 576 East 
Burbank George W., engineer Conn. River Lumber Co., house 217 
Hampden 

BURBANK JOHN E. (Holyoke One Price Clothing Co.,) 193 
High, rooms 235 do. [See outside cover.] 
Burby James, paper maker, house 141 Pine 
Burby James D., house 228 Dwight 
Burby John M., removed to Tennessee 
Burditt George W., hardware, iron and steel, 14 Dwight, house 186 

Beech 
Burgess Frederick, clerk L. Sears & Co., house 153 Main 
Burgess, (see Bourgeois) 
Burke Alexander, removed to Worcester 
Burke David, emp city, house 181 Park 
Burke Edward, emp L. B. Moore, boards Mechanic, B. V. 
Burke Ellen A., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 79 Elm 
Burke Helen, widow James, house 181 Park 
Burke James, laborer, house 31 Bridge 
Burke James H., emp T. J. Flanagan rooms 106 High 
Burke James J., foreman Merrick Lumber Co., house 58 West 
Burke John, laborer, house 42 Prospect 
Burke John, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 181 Park 
Burke John, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 307 Main 
Burke John E., clerk E. A. Fenno & Co., rooms 106 High 
Burke John J., restaurant, 5 Dwight, room 6' do 
Burke Mary, domestic, Windsor Hotel 
Burke Mary Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 43 Front 
Burke Michael, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 126 Race 
Burke Michael, emp Catholic cemetery, house 104 Walnut 
Burke Michael, emp Lyman Mills No. 3, boards 10 Oliver 
Burke Patrick, laborer, house 124 Lyman 
Burke Patrick, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards Sargeant, 

bet first and second level 
Burke Patrick, sexton Catholic cemetery, boards 104 Walnut 
Burke William, emp S. T. Lyman & Son, house 104 Walnut 
Burke William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., room 26 Bond 
Burke (see also Bourque) 

Burkhardt Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 367 Park 
Burkhardt Herman, clerk post office, boards 367 Park 
Burkhardt Max, clerk C. R. Heubler, house 216 Park 
Burland Caroline, widow William, house 17 Bond 
Burlingame John L., agt and treas Holyoke Warp Co., h 245 Walnut 
Burlingham Ella B. Miss, domestic, 264 Maple 
Burlingham Fannie Miss, boards 47 Newton 
Burnett George L., market, 12 Suffolk, house 40 Essex 
Burnett Loman A., house 40 Essex 

Burnett William E., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 40 Essex 
Burnham Cyrus G., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 46 Taylor 
Burnham Dudley J., rem to Vermont 
Burnham Erastus W., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 74 

Newton 
Burnham Fred. G., rem to Montague 



42 HOLYOKE [B] DIRECTORY. 



Burnham George B., musician, house 5 Hampden 

Burnham Herbert B., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 79 Bond 

Burns Annie Miss, domestic, 122 High 

Burns Dennis, foreman C. H. Prentiss, house 20 Hampden 

Burns Edson W., travelling agent, rooms 17 Newton Place 

Burns Elizabeth, widow John, house 28 West 

Burns George W., boarding house 304 High 

Burns James F., paymaster Lyman Mills, boards 91 Elm 

Burns John, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 

Burns John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 92 Race 

Burns John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 10 Chestnut 

Burns John J., clerk M. F. Walsh, boards 28 West 

Burns Katie Mrs., cook, boards 63 Maple 

Burns Martin, emp Albion Paper Co., house 50 Summer 

Burns Mary, widow Thomas, house 20 Hampden 

Burns Mary, widow Bernard, house 21 Oliver 

Burns Mary A., rooms 379 Main 

Burns Mary Ann Mrs., boards 27 Lyman 

Burns Mary J., widow John, house 133 High 

Burns Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 27 Lyman 

Burns Michael J., emp Connor Brothers, hous31 Adam 

Burns Michael J., supt Winona Paper Co., house 58 West 

Burns Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 9 Oliver 

Burns Patrick, laborer, house 15 Oliver 

Burns Patrick, emp A. C. Nevins, house 4 Chestnut 

Burns Peter F., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 175 Dwight 

Burns Richard, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 91 Elm 

Burns Sophia, widow William, house 20 Worcester Place 

Burns Thomas, carpenter, h 91 Elm 

Burns William, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge (ward 1) 

Burns Willie T., clerk D. E. Sullivan, boards 91 Elm 

Burns (see also Byrnes) 

Burris Frank W., master mechanic Winona Paper Co., house 27 West 

Burroughs Henry B., emp Franklin Paper Co., rooms 531 So. Canal 

Burroughs Henry B. Jr., emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., b 531 So Canal 

Burt Arthur S., clerk Beebe, Webber & Co., res Springfield 

Burt Charles, emp C. H. Heywood, Northampton, I. P., boards do 

Burt Harry P., emp Phelps & Tower, boards 76 Pleasant 

Burt Linus, farmer, back street Baptist Village 

Burt Napoleon, painter, 86 h Cabot 

Bunt Fred. D., emp Whitmore Mfg Co., boards 162 Walnut 

Burwell Frederick, emp Hoi Machine Co., house Mechanic, B. V. 

Bush Charles H., yeast peddler, house 47 Pleasant 

Bush Edward H., clerk Holyoke House 

Bush Frederick, prop Holyoke House 17 Dwight 

Bush James F., clerk, 85 Dwight, rooms 19 Hampden 

Bush John P., carpenter, house 189 High 

Bush Joseph, expressman, boards 7 Oliver 

Bush J. P. Mrs., dressmaker, 189 High 

Bush Julia E. and Annie, emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 189 High 

Bush Peter, clerk, house 352 Main 

Bush. [See also Bousquet.] 



IIOLYOKE [C] DIRECTORY. 43 



Bushey Peter, teamster, emp H. C. Morton, boards 55 Park 

Bushey William, laborer, house 542 East 

Bushman. [See Beauchemin.] 

Bushnell Charles M., emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., bds 136 Beech 

Bushnell Edward E., clerk Lyman & Gray, boards 136 Beech 

Bushnell Francis E., emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, h 136 Beech 

Bushnell Joseph, emp Crocker Mfg Co., house 86 Race 

Bussacca Antonia, emp National Blank Book Co., house 37 Adams 

Bu«siere Alexander, laborer, house 9 Fountain 

Bussiere Alphonse, emp Albion Paper Co., house 13 West 

Bus6iere Godfrey, house 93 Lyman 

Bussiere Isaie, carpenter, house 63 Cabot 

Bussiere Isaac, molder, house 120 Race 

Buswell Thomas B., joiner, house 75 Race 

Butcher Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 407 Main, house 33 Sargeant 

Buteau Samuel, emp S. Hanson, boards 13 East D wight 

Butler Annie Miss, emp Windsor Hotel 

Butler Charles, emp A. C. Nevins, house 186 Hampden 

Butler Dwight E., photographer, Front cor John, house 123 Oak 

Butler Henry F., house 19 Hamilton 

Butler John S., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 35 Adams 

Butterfield Fred E., removed to Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

Butterfield Hosea, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 52 Sargeant 

Butterer Andrew, house rear 455 Main 

Button Charles, emp Holyoke Envelope Co., house 49 Suffolk 

Buttrick Charles G. (Buttrick & Flanders), house 54 Race 

BUTTRICK & FLANDERS (Charles G. Buttrick, Timothy B. 
Flanders), spindle mfrs and machinists, first level canal, bet 
Appleton and Cabot. [See page 405.] 
Buxton Daniel, removed to So. Hadley Falls 
Bynan Jeremiah, teamster Landers Bros., house 105 Pine 
Bynan John, coachman Wm. Whiting, house do 
Bynan Patrick, teamster W. B. Whiting & Co. 
Bynner Edward T., clerk, Boston, Mass. 
Byrnes Anna Mrs., emp Albion Paper Co., boards 24 Lyman 
Byrnes Margaret T., widow Timothy, emp Winona Paper Co., house 
48 Lyman 

Cabana Joseph, emp Prentiss Wire Works, bds 12 Potvin ave 

Cadarette George, emp Parsons Paper Co., bds 14 Canal 

Cadarette Louis, emp P. Hopp & Co., boards 110 High 

Cadarette Louis, laborer, boards 101 Park 

Cadieux Edward, wholesale hay dealer, 127 Park, house do 

Cadieux Henry, emp Lyman Mills, boards 98 High 

Cadieux Philip, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 4 Potvin ave 

Cadigan Ellen, widow Michael, house 36 Hamilton 

Cadigan James, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., bds 36 Hamilton 

Cadigan Michael, laborer, house 55 Maple 

Cadotte Jules, clerk Clark & Richard, boards 18 Dwight 

Cad well John A., engineer Holyoke Bone Co., rooms 65 Newton 

Cady Emily Mrs., boards 147 Elm 

Cady Henry C, foreman Transcript, house 220 Walnut 



44 HOLYOKE [O] DIRECTORY. 



Cady Osgood J., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 97 Race 

Caffrey James S., emp City Foundry, rooms 7 Main 

Caffrey Patrick, laborer, house 43 Bridge 

Cahier Eugene, emp Whiting Paper Co. Ho* 1, house 24 East 

Cahill Bridget, widow John, house 19 Main 

Cahill Frank, emp Keough Bros., house 113 High 

Cahill Hugh C, junk dealer rear 366 High, boards 19 Main 

Cahill Joseph, house 125 Maple 

Cahill Martin, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 86 Maple 

Cahill Patrick, boards 15 Hampden 

Cahill Patrick, boards rear 125 Maple 

Cain Arthur M. (Judd & Cain), house Northampton, I. P. 

Cain James, emp S. Hanson, boards 13 E. D wight 

Cain Jane Mrs., rooms 128 Lyman 

Cain Michael, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 73 Ely 

Cain Michael, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 53 Pine 

Cain Newton L. (Cain & Kilburn), house 54 Pleasant 

f1AIN & KILBURN (Newton L. Cain, Charles L. Kilburn), ar- 

V chitects and builders, 331 High. [See page 495.] 

Cain (see also Kane) 

Caldwell David, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 24 Cabot 

Caldwell David G-, emp Whitmore Mfg. Co., boards 24 Cabot 

Caldwell Winford N., salesman Riverside Paper Co., res Springfield 

Calkins John A., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 23 Newton 

Callahan Ann, house 152 High 

Callahan Daniel, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 18 Maple 

Callahan Jeremiah, emp Gas Works, house 26 Prospect 

Callahan Mary Miss, emp Barr's Restaurant, rooms 82 Maple 

Callahan Michael, painter, boards 17 Hampden 

Callahan Michael, laborer, house 254 Lyman 

Callahan Michael J., plumber, house 125 Newton 

Callahan Peter, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 43 Elm 

Callahan Thomas O., laborer, house 43 Elm 

Callahan Timothy, laborer, boards 651 High 

Callanan Jeremiah J. (Callanan & Donoghue), house 107 Dwight 

PALLANAN & DONOGHUE (Jeremiah J. Callahan, Roger 

\J P. Donoghue), grocers 203 High. [See page 460.] 

Camel Margaret Miss, emp Albion Paper Co., house 113 High 

Cameron Alexander, house 69 Newton 

Cameron Alexander, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 69 Newton 

Cameron Archie, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 69 Newton 

Cameron Elizabeth, emp Lyman Mills, boards 1 7 Hampden 

Cameron John, clerk B. F. Arthur & Co., boards 69 Newton 

Campagna Hilaire, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 28 Jackson 

Campagna Joseph, clerk 696 East, house do 

Campagna Joseph A., emp Newton Paper Co., house 574 Canal 

Campagna Oscar, removed to Dakota 

Campagna Phidime H., removed to Dakota 

CAMPBELL ALEXANDER, book store 33 Dwight, house 22 
Newton Place. [See map.] 
Campbell Ambrose S., book-keeper C. R. Lumber Co., h 160 Cabot 
Campbell Enos, hostler, house 145 Main 



HOLYOKE [O] DIRECTORY. 45 



Campbell Henry J., policeman, house 35 Mosher 

Campbell James, emp A. B. Abbey, house 19 Bowers 

Campbell James, house 75 Bond 

Campbell Mary, widow Donald, house 22 Newton Place 

Campbell Moses, house 44 Cabot 

Campbell Moses, Jr., emp H. & W. R. R., house 511 Bridge 

Campbell William, emp IS. T. Lyman & Son, house 15 Adams 

Canavan James F., saloon 463 Main, house 459 do 

Canavan Timothy W., mason, house 185 Hampden 

Canney Fremont W., boards 245 Dwight 

Cantlion John, emp C. R. R. freight office, bds 19 O'Connor ave 

Cantlion Thomas J., clerk C. W Brooks, boards 19 O'Connor ave 

Canton Lewis, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., bds 30 Appleton 

Capistrand Joseph, emp George Richards, house 128 High 

Capistrand. [See also Strong.] 

Capron Reuben E., manager Holyoke Herald, 66 Main, h 138 Cabot 

Caraing Alfred, emp R. T. Prentiss, boards Park 

Card Herbert C, removed to Hartford, Ct. 

Cardin John, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 46 Cabot 

Cardin Joseph emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 46 Cabot 

Cardinal Philias, carpenter, boards 59 Union 

Cardinal Samuel, emp Albion Paper Co., house 59 Union 

Cardoji Gideb, emp R. Lucas, boards 101 High 

Carey Dennis, blacksmith, emp E. D. Shelley, boards 81 Elm 

Carey John, laborer, boards 101 Walnut 

Carey John, house 63 Maple 

Carey John, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 226 Walnut 

Carey Lawrence, emp Valley Paper Co., house 10 Bridge (Ward 1) 

Carey Martin, boards 5<d Center 

Carey Michael, laborer, house 81 Elm 

Carey Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 120 Lyman 

Carignan William, carpenter, house 118 High 

Carl Ludwig, emp Germania Mills, house 328 Park 

Carlian Catherine Mrs., house 53 Elm 

Carlin James, tailor with John J. Curley, 139 High, house 78 Bond 

Carlon Barney, butcher, emp Nash, Holmes & Co., bds Hampden 

Carlon John, butcher, boards 175 High 

Carmody Edmund, house 59 Fountain 

Carmody J<?hanna Miss, dressmaker, 111 Maple, house do 

Carmody Margaret, widow John, house 54 Elm 

Carmody Mary, widow John, house 105 Maple 

Carmody Michael, house 39 High 

Carmody Patrick F., saloon 43 Hampden, house do. 

Carmody Thomas, laborer, house rear 59 Fountain 

Carmody Thomas, saloon 113 Maple, house 113 do. 

Carmody Thomas J., emp Kennedy & Sullivan, boards 54 Elm 

Carney Catherine Mrs., house South, B. V. 

Carney Michael B., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 38 Lyman 

Carney Peter, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 636 Main 

Carney, (see Kearney.) 

Caron Emery, boards 19 Hamilton 

Carpenter Charles O., physician, office 217 High, house 330 Maple 



46 HOLYOKE [ C] DIRECTORY. 



Carpenter Harriet C, widow of J. L., removed to Turners Falls 

Carpenter Harriet E., Miss, boards 284 Maple 

Carpenter Joseph, weaver, emp Lyman Mills, boards 23 Hampden 

Carpenter Joseph W., Jr., removed to Worcester 

Carr John S. (J. S. Carr & Co.), residence Springfield, Mass 

Carr J. S. & Co., bakers and confectioners, 65 Dwight 

Carrier Florius W., removed to Southampton 

Carrier Hosea H., removed to S >uthampton 

Carriere Edward, emp William B. Whit ng & Co., house 98 High 

Carriere Louis, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 319 Main 

Carrigan William, emp R. B. Johnson, boards Northampton, I. P. 

HARRINGTON H. C. & CO. (Henry C. Carrington, Peter J. 

\J Donnelly), steam heating, gas fitting aud plumbing, 9 Main 

and 4 Race. 
Carrington Henry C. (H. C Carrington & Co.) house 234 Maple 
Carroll Bridget Miss, laundress, Windsor Hotel 

Carroll Charles H., emp Conn. R. freight depot, residence Springfield 
Carroll Cornelius, laborer, boards 162 Dwight 
Carroll Frank, laborer, house 113 High 
Carroll James F., brick layer, house 89 Race 
Carroll Johanna, widow Cornelius, house 162 Dwight 
Carroll John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 301 Park 
Carroll Mana Miss, emp Windsor Hot-1 

Carroll Michael, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house South, cor Elm, B. V. 
Carroll Nora Miss, waiter, Windsor Hotel 
Carroll Patrick, emp Crocker Mfg Co., boards 56 Lyman 
Carroll William D., dyer and tailor, 138 Maple, house 140 do 
Caron Gilbert, emp Holyoke Glazed Paper Co., 576 East 
Caron Simon, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 101 Park 
Carter Alexander, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 133 High 
Carter Harvey H., livery, boarding and feed stables, 29 Main, house 

124 Dwight 
Carter Joseph, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 46 Cabot 
Carter Martin, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 36 Sargeant 
Carto Eleazer, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 397 Main 
Cartwright Frank H., removed to Vermont 
Carver Emily Miss, emp Union Paper Co., boards 507 Canal 
Casabond Joseph, laborer, house 56 Union 
Casavan Maurice, emp J. B. Paquette, house 9 Fountain ♦ 
Casavan Xavier, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 19 Hamilton 
Case Gustavus, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 73 Race 
Case Henry G., emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 19 Bond 
Case James F., engineer, removed to Bridgeport, Conn 
Case John M., removed to East Hartford, Conn 
Case Winthrop W., book keeper, Sears & Co., boards 73 Race 
Casey Alexander, book binder, boards 88 Bond 
Casey George, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, house 119 Cabot 
Casey Henry, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 599 So Canal 
Casey James, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, boards 119 Cabot 
Casey James, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 21 Chestnut 
Casey James F., emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 69 Lyman 
Casey James J., removed to Palmer , I 



HOLYOKE [O] DIRECTORY. 47 



Casey James P., saloon 349 Main, house do 

Casey Johanna Miss, house 23 Prospect 

Casey John, painter, house 69 Main 

Casey John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 40 Walnut 

Casey Julia, widow Michael, house 69 Lyman 

Casey Margaret, emp Union Paper Co., boards 507 Canal 

Casey Martin, stone cutter, house 210 Lyman 

Casey Mary E. Mrs., house 232 Maple 

Casey Mary S., widow Thomas, house 88 Bond 

Casey M. Frank, druggist, 65 Main, house 128 Beech 

Casey Michael, emp H. W. Power Co., house rear 32 Elm 

Casey Morris, emp C. R. R. R., house 213 Lyman 

Casey Patrick, house 40 Elm 

Casey Patrick, emp city, house 213 Lyman 

Casey Richard, house 68 High 

Casey Thomas, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house 14 Hampden 

Casey Thomas, house 88 Bond 

Casey William A., emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 69 Lyman 

Cash Orrin C, emp Beebe, & Holbrook Co., rooms 39 Newton 

Cassells Ann Mrs., house 57 Hampden 

Cassidy James, emp John Marra, boards 6 Hampshire 

Cassidy John, emp John Marra, house 6 Hampshire 

Cassidy John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 255 High 

Cassidy Michael, emp city, house 588 East 

Cassie Alexander, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 20 Worcester Place 

Cassin James, emp Connor Brothers, house 35 Taylor 

Cassin Thomas, boards 35 Taylor 

Castle John, emp N. E. Telegraph & Telephone Co., house Beacon 

Ave opp Canby 
Castellon Henry E., pattern maker Deane Steam Pump Co., h 196 

D wight 
Caswell Alvin C, (Caswell & Walker,) rooms 125 High 

CASWELL EVERETT L., coal and wood, and prop Palatine 
livery stable, 406, 408 and 410 Main, h 397 do. [See p. 480.] 
Caswell James H., emp Fenton & Dunn, house 120 Linden 
Caswell Ralph B., house 121 Race 

P ASWELL & WALKER (Alvin C. Caswell and W. L. Walker), 
\j photographers, 194 High. [See page 445.] 
Catagin Bridget Miss, house rear 63 Maple 
Catagin John, laborer, house rear 63 Maple 
Catudel Sophia, widow Frank, house 811 High 
Caudelin George, rooms 12 D wight 
Cauley Anthony, house 188 Lyman 
Cavan John, emp Albion Paper Co., house 50 East 
Cavanaugh Daniel Mrs., house 482 Maple 
Cavanaugh Honora, widow John, house 214 Lyman 
Cavanaugh Johanna, widow John, house South near Maple 
Cavanaugh Johanna Miss, boards 214 Lyman 
Cavanaugh John, house 211 Lyman 
Cavanaugh John, emp city, house 214 Lyman 

Cavanaugh John, shoemaker, 157 Maple and 19 Main, h 55 Hampden 
Cavanaugh Lawrence (L. Cavanaugh & Co.), rooms 122 High 



48 HOLYOKE [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Cavanaugh Lawrence & Co. (Lawrence Cavanaugh, Thomas J. Keefe), 

house painting, 320 High 
Cavanaugh Mary Mrs , house rear 42 Elm 
Cavanaugh Maurice, house rear 53 Elm 

Cavanaugh Maurice J., clerk M. J. Finn, boards 211 Lyman 
Cavanaugh Michael, mason, emp Landers Bros., house 137 Pine 
Cavanaugh Michael, emp John Delaney, house 35 Prospect 
Cavanaugh. [See Kavanagh.] 

Cayer Eugene, emp Valley Paper Co., house 26 East 
Celce Fritz, foreman Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., house 222 Walnut 
Chabot Amos, painter, house 560 East 
Chabot Eusabe R., clerk, boards 78 Lyman 
Chadwick Day (Chadwick & Chadwick), house 156 Beech 
Chadwick John (Chadwick & Chadwick), house 54 Essex cor Beech 
CHADWICK & CHADWICK (Day and John Chadwick), mfrs 
\J imitation seal skins, Water Power Co's. Cabot Street Mill. 

[See page 385.] 
Chaffe William, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 115 Cabot 
Chagnon Eli, expressman, house 133 High 
Chagnon Emory, bricklayer, house 520 Bridge 
Chagnon George, emp O'Brien & Clark, boards 520 Bridge 
Chagnon Joseph, house 59 Union 
Chagnon Joseph Jr., expressman, boards 59 Union 
Chagnon Prim, emp Hadley Co., house 36 Canal 
Chalmers John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 106 West 
Chalmers John Jr., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 44 Ely 
Chalmers Thomas, overseer rag room Nonotuck Paper Co., house So. 

Hadley Falls 
Chalmers Thomas W., emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 106 West 
Chamberlin Charles, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 57 Park 
Chamberlin Frank H., treasurer Franklin Paper Co., house 197 Pine 
Chamberlin George H, paymaster J. C. Smith, house 20 Newton 
Chamberlin Henry, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 171 Dwight 
Chambers Emily R. Mrs., house 24 Newton Place 
Chambers Harry, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 63 Race 
Chambers Joseph, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 175 High 
Champagne Eugene, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 71 Cabot 
Champagne Gasper, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 672 East 
Champagne Joseph, slater, emp A. H. Ryan, boards 107 Lyman 
Champagne Joseph, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 672 East 
Champagne Joseph, emp Newton Paper Co., house 2 Adams 
Champagne Maxime, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 93 Park 
Champagne Peter, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 672 East 
Champagne Trefle, laborer, house 339 Main 
Chapdelaine Alfred L., boards 7 Oliver 

CHAPDELAINE CHARLES. R- R. and steamship ticket 
agency, 100 High, house 60 West. [See page 424. j 
Chapdelaine Homer, emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 18 Newton 
Chapdelaine Laurent, laborer, house 538 East 
Chapelle Augustus, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 646 East 
Chapelle Frank, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 379 Main 
Chapin Chalmers, supt Union Paper Mfg Co., house 526 S. Canal 



HOLYOKE [C] DIRECTORY. 49 



Chapin Edward W., lawyer, 24 D wight, house 170 Elm 
Chapin Edwin C. (Sears & Co.), house 36 Appleton 
Chapin Frederick J., emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 318 Hampden 
Chapin Herbert I., emp ITnion Paper Co., boards 56 Race 
Chapin Hervey, house Northampton, 1. P. 
Chapin Justin D., tallyman H. & W. R. R., boards 31 Race 
Chapin Katie T., teacher, boards 526 So. Canal 
Chapin M.. W., widow Moses, house 56 Race 
Chapin Pamela D., widow Madison, house 31 Race 
Chapin Richard C, travelling salesman Judd Paper Co., bds 56 Race 
Chapin Sarah Mrs., rooms 150 High 
Chapin Theodosia, widow Whitman, boards 170 Elm 
Chapin Theresa P. Miss, boards 31 Race 

Chapman Edward N., with Taber & Chapman, rooms 215 Dwight 
Chapman Eugene M. (Taber & Chapman), house 21 Essex 
Chapman Herbert D., hostler C. B. & J. A. Davis, boards 115 High 
Chapman Josie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 139 High, house do 
Chapman Samuel S., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 92 Lyman 
Chapman Sidney S., house 7 Main 

Chapman W., clerk Newton Paper Co., boards 530 Main 
Chapman William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 66 Race 
Chapman William T., emp Franklin Paper Co., house 538 So Canal 
Chaput Bazil, laborer, house 4 Potvin ave 
Chaput Eugene, emp Lyman Mills, house 18 Fountain 
Chaput Joseph, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 105 Lyman 
Chaquette Agnes, rooms 102 High 
Chaquette. [See also Choquette.] 
Charbonneau August, carpenter, house 127 Park 
Charbonneau Cleophus, chopper, house 13 Union 
Charbonneau Thomas, carpenter, house 79 Park 
Charbonneau. [See Colby.] 

Chard George, emp Holyoke Paper Co., rooms 626 Main 
Chard Richard, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 206 Pine 
Chard Rufus P., emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 206 Pine 
Charest Odilon Z. E., emp Holyoke Furniture Co., rooms 69 High 
Charette Elize, emp TJnquomonk Silk Mills, house 105 Lyman 
Charette Felix, emp Uuquomonk Silk Mill, house 105 Lyman 
Charette George, clerk Holyoke Furniture Co., boards 122 Lyman 
Charette Ignace, emp G. P. Ellison, house 69 High 
Charette Leon, bootmaker, emp C. A. Corser, house 255 High 
Charland Arthur, editor Le Defenseur, 291 Main, boards 289 Main 
Charles Gustav, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 97 Jackson 
Charlesworth Frank, emp Chadwick & Chad wick, bds 125 Sargeant 
Charon Damien, carpenter, house 339 Main 
Charon Michel, emp A. F. Gingras, house 88 High 
Chartier Joseph, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 74 Canal 
Chartrand Nazaire, laborer, house 538 East 
Chase Arthur B. (Chase Brothers), boards 296 Maple 
PHASE BROTHERS (A. B. Chase, W. D. Chase), City Drug 
1 Store, 35 Dwight, cor. Front. [See back cover.] 

CHASE E. & SON, lumber merchants, 210 Main. [See page 
410.] 



50 HOLYOKE [ O] DIRECTORY. 



Chase Elijah, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 92 West 

Chase George W., emp Hadley Co., house 89 Front 

Chase Henry A. (E. Chase & Son), house 199 Walnut 

Chase John E. (Chase & Cooledge), house Cherry, B. V. 

Chase John E. Jr., book-keeper Chase & Cooledge, bds Cherry, B. V. 

Chase Joseph E., salesman E. Chase & Son, house 231 Main 

Chase Maria A., widow Edwin, house 203 Main 

Chase Nathan B., physician, office 35 Dwight, house 296 Maple 

Chase Rufus, watchman Lyman Mills, rooms over office 

CHASE SANFORD H., top roll coverer Lyman Mills, house 2 1 
Pearl. [See page 396.] 
Chase S. S. Mrs., house 21 Suffolk 

Chase William A., agt and treas Holyoke Water Power Co., h 171 Pine 
Chase William D. (Chase Brothers), boards 296 Maple 
Chase & Cooledge (John E. Chase, Henry M. Cooledge), manufactur- 
ers' and mill supplies, 11 Main and 5 Race 
Chattelle Damase, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 568 East 
Chauvois Alfred, painter, boards 45 Cabot 

CHEMICAL PAPER CO., Moses Newton, treas., south end of 
third level canal. [See page opp 361.] 
Cheney Welton, bookbinder, house 301 Park 
Chevalier Frank, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house rear 34 Race 
Chevrette Desire, carpenter, house 40 Main 
Chicoine Alexander, emp Connor Bros., house 599 So. Canal 
Chicoine Antoine, house 682 East 
Chicoine Joseph, carpenter, house 682 East 
Chicoine Joseph S., emp R. H. Rice, house 225 High 
Chicoine Mary, dressmaker, 682 East, boards do 
Chicoine Pierre, house 682 East 

CHILDS ALEXANDER. H. coal and wood, trucking and job- 
bing, 62 Main, house 242 Dwight. [See page 478.] 
CHILDS CHARLES S., hoot and shoe dealer, 215 High, house 
36 Lincoln 
Childs Charles H. (Holyoke Business College), rooms 69 Dwight 
Childs Ella M. Miss, book-keeper E. A. Fenno & Co., rms 292 Maple 
Childs Elmer E. (Holyoke Business College), rooms 69 Dwight 
Childs Sarah S. Mrs., house 266 Maple 
Chipman Nason, emp Kennedy Sullivan, bds 107 Lyman 
Choinard Eugene, laborer, house 46 Union 

Choinard Joseph, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., bds 85 Lyman 
Choquette Alfred, emp Clark & Richard, house 12 Prospect 
Choquette Edmund, emp John Newton, house 103 Lyman 
Choquette George, laborer, house 37 Chestnut 
Choquette Josephine Mrs., dressmaker, 33 Chestnut, house do 
Choquette Prudent, clerk E. Beauchemin, house 304 High 
Choquette Zoe Mrs., house rear 59 Union 
Chorbonneau. [See Charbonneau.] 
Christian Helen Miss, eating house, 315 Main, house do 
Christiansen Jans, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 662 Bridge 
Christiansen Robert, emp Mass. Screw Co., house Q5Q Bridge 
Christman Frederick, foreman box dept Holyoke Envelope Co., house 
314 Maple 



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Christopher James G., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 89 Race 
Christopher John B., foreman rag room Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., 

house 9 Hampshire 
Church Elizur J., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 123 Oak 
Church John W., farmer, house Ingleside 
Church Wm., house 96 .Newton 

Cinqmars R. Charles, clerk Clark & Richard, boards 115 D wight 
fMTY CIGAR STORE, J. W. Moore, prop., 160 High. [See 
\J page 507.] 
City Dining Rooms, Mrs. Ira Smith, prop, 148 High 

CITY DRUG STORE, Chase Bros., props, 35 Dwight cor Front. 
[See back cover.] 
piTY DYE HOUSE, A. Ferguson, prop, 321 High. Seep. 449.] 

CITY FOUNDRY, Munn & Baush, props, 509 East cor Crescent. 
[See page 399.] 
City Hall, Dwight cor High 
piTY HAT STORE, Preston & Brown, 219 High. [See p. 429.] 

City Flour Mills, H. C. Frissell, prop, flour and grain miller, opp H. 

& W. R. R. depot 
fllTY NATIONAL BANK, E. L. Munn, cashier, 13 Dwight. 
V [See page 353.] 

Clancey Matthew, emp Hampden Mills, house 37 Front 
Clancey Michael, fireman, rooms 27 Newton Place 
Clancey Thomas, watchman Farr Alpaca Co., bds 27 Newton Place 
Clancey Thomas Jr., fireman Wauregan Paper Co., h 27 Newton PI 
Clancey William Mrs., house 130 Cabot 

Clapin Clovis, harness-maker, emp J. T. Hunter, house 174 Lyman 
Clapp Arthur G., removed to So. Deerfield 
Clapp Edwin B., removed to Westhampton 
Clare August, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 90 Race 
Clare John, boards 112 Lyman 
Clare Mary Mrs., house 112 Lyman 
Clarenbach Rudolph, overseer gigging and fulling room Germania 

Mills, house Mechanic, B. V. 
Clark Alonzo, boards Northampton, B. V. 
Clark Anna Mrs., rooms 90 Race 

Clark Chauncey C, steam engineer Winona Paper Co., rooms 7 Main 
Clark Clara S., teacher Sargeant Street School, rooms 197 Pine 
Clark E. Amelia Miss, house 217 Walnut 
Clark Edward, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 18 Oliver 
Clark Edward, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Clark Edward A., clerk G. R. Dickinson Paper Co., res Springfield 

CLARK E. G. MRS., eating house 155 Main, house do. [See 
page 447.] 
Clark Elbert L., clerk S. S. Morse, house 6Q West 
Clark Embury P., water registrar, City Hall, house 28 Pearl 
Clark Fred. F., removed to New Britain, Conn. 
Clark George, emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 23 West 
Clark George, removed to Bangor, Maine 
Clark George A., treasurer Newton Paper Co., rooms 197 Pine 



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Clark George C, emp National Paper Co., house 194 High 

Clark George T., emp John C. Smith, rooms 29 Bond 

Clark Herbert S., clerk Holyoke Machine Co., bds 11 Ely ave 

Clark James, emp J. C. Smith, boards 10 Oliver 

Clark James H., emp Hadley Co., house 38 Front 

Clark James M. (Clark & Richard), house 187 Walnut 

Clark Johanna, widow Chandler, boards 28 Pearl 

Clark John, house 41 Front 

Clark John, laborer, boards 57 Race 

Clark John, emp Landers Bros., house 127 Sargeant 

Clark John, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house rear 26 East 

Clark John E., treas Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., h 240 Hampden 

Clark John F., house 16 Maple 

Clark John P., removed to Attleboro, Mass. 

Clark K. M. Mrs., house 27 Newton 

Clark Mary Mrs., boards 17 Hampden 

Clark Owen, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 41 Front 

Clark Robert, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 27 Jackson 

Clark Rosanna Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, h 127 High 

Clark William, emp Lyman Mills, house 10 Hampden 

Clark William H., clerk, house 215 Linden 

Clark William H., traveling salesman, boards 76 Pleasant 

Clark William L., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 206 Elm 

CLARK & RICHARD (James M. Clark, Alphonso F. Richard), 
dry and fancy goods, millinery, etc., 71 and 73 D wight and 
337 Main. [See page 436.] 

CLARKE ERNEST C., insurance agent, 6 Dwight, rooms do. 
[See bottom edge.] 
Clarkson Susan Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, rooms 172 High 
Clary Charles H., clerk E. A. Fenno & Co., boards 266 Maple 
Clayton Enoch, emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house 87 Newton 
Clayton John, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, boards 73 Lyman 
Clayton Martin, emp Holyoke Boiler Works, boards 73 Lyman 
Cleary Catherine Mrs., house 27 Elm 
Cleary Dennis F., book-keeper, boards 75 Prospect 
Cleary James F. (Cleary & Mori arty), boards 239 Lyman 

CLEARY JOHN, wholesale liquor store 120 Maple, house North- 
ampton, B. V. [See page 510.] 
Cleary John, laborer, house rear 135 Lyman 
Cleary John, laborer, house 75 Prospect 

Cleary Maggie Miss, clerk Mrs. W. D. Higgins, boards 27 Elm 
Cleary Margaret Miss, boards 35 Fountain 
Cleary Michael, carpenter 75 Prospect, house do 
Cleary Morris, carpenter, house 77 Prospect 
Cleary Patrick, laborer, house 248 Lyman 
Cleary Thomas M., emp 120 Maple, boards 75 Prospect 

CLEARY & MORIARTY (James F. Cleary, Thomas J. Mori- 
arty), proprietors Holyoke Boot and Shoe Store, 143 Uigh. 
[See page 432.] 
Cleghorn George, emp Phelps & Tower, boards 35 Sargeant 
Clement John, bricklayer, house 69 High 
Clement Joseph, bricklayer, removed to North Adams 



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Clement Lewis B., emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 107 Lyman 

Cleveland Clara, widow Frederick, house 136 Walnut 

Cleveland Clara Miss, teacher, boards 136 Walnut 

Cleveland Edward, emp C. R. R. freight depot, boards 136 Walnut 

Cleveland Helen M. Miss, teacher, boards 136 Walnut 

Cleveland Jud on A , emp E. D. Shelley, house 19 Taylor 

Cleveland William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 136 Walnut 

Clifford Clarence E., manager Skating Rink, bds Holyoke House 

Clifford Eliza, S., widow J. H., boards 196 Dwight 

Clifford George, emp Skating Rink, boards 43 Front 

Clifford John, emp City, house 30 Front 

Clifford John J. (McKillop & Clifford), house 40 Lyman 

Clifford Mary, widow John, house 51 Adams 

Clifford Patrick, house 32 Front 

Clifford Patrick, emp Hadley Co., house 9 Center 

Clifford Patrick J., emp Hadley Co., boards 9 Center 

Clifford Sarah A., teacher Park street school, boards 196 Dwight 

Clifford Timothy, boards 40 Lyman 

Clifford Timothy, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 201 Park 

CLINE A., clothing and furnishing goods, 100 High, house 62 
West. [See page 427] 
Cline Samuel, house 62 West 

C LOUGH JAMES A., architect, 247 High, house 281 West 
Hampden. [See page 495.] 
Clough John W., bus driver G. M. Wales & Co., h 76 Lyman 
Cloutier Joseph, carpenter, house 339 Main 
Cloutier Lizzette, widow Peter, house 45 Hamilton 
Cloutier Louis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 603 Summer 
Clune Bridget Mrs., house 16 Maple 
Clune Maggie Miss, boards 50 Canal 

Clune Matthew, machinist Munn & Baush, boards 7 Hampden 
Clynch John, stonecutter, house 193 Dwight 
Coakley James, bill-poster, office 35 Dwight, house 118 High 
Coakley Patrick, plasterer, house 202 Hampden 
Coakley Thomas, watchman, boards 202 Hampden 
Coates Henry C, emp Graves & Kinney, residence Springfield 
Cobe Henry K., removed to England 

C0BE MAX, custom and ready-made clothing, gents' furnishings, 
hats, caps, etc., 77 and 79 Dwight, house 268 Maple. [See p. 
426.] 
Cobe Nathan, removed to Waltham 
Cobe Philip, clothier 126 High, boards 268 Maple 
Coburn Azro A. S., house 44 Pearl 
Coburn Henry H., boards 20 Pearl 
Coburn L., inventor, house 20 Pearl 
Coburn & Taylor Mfg. Co., Charles F. Taylor treas, mfrs rag-cutting 

-machine, head upper level canal 
Cochran Joseph L., farmer, house Northampton, I. P. 
Cochrane Hugh, Jr., emp Chadwick & Chadwick, house 45 Hamilton 
Cochrane Jane, widow John, boarding house 2 Oliver 
Codaire Eugene, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 40 Main 
Codaire Jerry, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 13 Main 



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Codaire John, emp Hadley Co., boards 13 Main 

Codaire Napoleon (Tremblay & Codaire), house 397 Main 

Codaire Richard L., clerk, Tremblay & Codaire, boards 397 Main 

Codaire Souliala, removed to Chicopee Falls 

Codaire Theophile, carpenter, house 40 Main 

Coderre Adolph, brick mason, house rear 135 Lyman 

Coderre Adolphe, house 31 Cabot 

Coderre Camille, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 93 Park 

Coderre Charles H., manager branch store of Holyoke One Price 
Clothing Co., 317 Main, house 51 Bond 

Coderre Elzear F. Mrs., house 10 High 

Codorette Louis, tailor, emp P. Hopp & Co., rooms 110 High 

Cody Henry J., emp Holyoke Water Power Co,, house 101 Newton 

Cody John, bottling works, 44 Lyman, rooms do 

Coes Charlotte, widow Levi C, boards 38 Esex 

Coffee John, music teacher, house 28 High 

Coffee John, house 162 Dwight 

Coffee John, boards 211 Lyman 

Coffee Richard, laborer, house 211 Lyman 

Coffee Richard Jr., emp Albion Paper Co., boards 211 Lyman 

Coffey Julia, widow Jeremiah, h 16 Center 

Coghlan Arthur F., removed to Boston 

Coghlan David F., prop Hoi. Steam* Boiler and Iron works, h North- 
ampton, I. P. 

pOGHLAN'S HOLYOKE STEAM BOILER AND IRON 

\J WORKS boilers, bleachers, sheet and plate iron, Crescent, 

junction Park. [See page 400.] 
Coghlan (see also Coughlan) 

Cohn Morris D., clothing dealer, 116 High, house 122 do 
Coit Benjamin, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 
Coiteux Joseph, house Union 
Coiteux Julien, clerk S. Landry, house Union 
Colburn Emma, widow William, house 42 East 
Colburt Mary Mrs., house 48 Lyman 
Colby Medie C, painter 5 Canby, house do 
Cole Alfred F., removed to West Charleston, Vermont 
Cole Daniel P., clerk Worthington Paper Co., res Springfield, Mass 
Cole Newbarn K., removed to Vermont 
Coleman Emma, widow, house 44 East (Ward 1) 
Colletan Francis J., removed to New York 
Colletan Mary, boarding-house, 16 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Colletan Rose, widow Francis, house 16 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Colletan Thomas, saloon 26 Oliver, boards 16 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Collette Alfred, removed to Canada 
Colligan Maria Miss, house 141 Lyman 
Collins Cornelius Mrs., house 2 High 

Collins Edward W., emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 14 Taylor 
ROLLINS GEORGE W., grocer, Ely cor Ely Court, h Ely cor 
\J Center. [See page 464.] 
Collins Honora Mrs., boards 30 Center 
Collins James, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Collins Jeremiah, removed to Waterbury 



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Collins John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 12 Oliver 

Collins John B , engineer Conn. R. R. R., house 30 Hamilton 

Collins John T., rem )ved to Springfield 

Collins Luke, plasterer, boards 179 Main 

Collins Mary Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, house 85 High 

Collins Mary, widow Cornelius, house 370 High 

Collins Michael, emp City, house 42 Summer (Ward 1) 

Collins Michael Jr., laborer boards 42 Summer 

Collins Oliver, carpenter, rooms 51 Newton 

Collins Patrick, emp Landers Bros., house 38 Chestnut 

Collins Sarah Miss, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 28 Bridge 

Collins Thomas, emp Union Paper Mfg Co., house 37 Hamilton 

Collins Thomas, emp George Richards, house 68 Bridge (Ward 1) 

Collins Thomas, laborer house 50 Bridge 

Collins Stephen, switchman Conn. R. R., res South Hadley Falls 

Collopy Julia, widow John, house 97 Elm 

Colly er Charles, emp Connor Bros., boards 383 Park 

Coloa John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house rear 61 Bridge (Ward 1) 

Colson Charles D., book-keeper Whitmore Mfg Co., rooms 162 Walnut 

Colson Helen A,, Mrs., house 231 High 

Colt Frank, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 159 Main 

Colton Ann and Bridget Misses, house 7 Center 

Colton George, emp John C. Smith, house 455 Main 

Come Peter, expressman, house 588 East 

Come Thomas, teamster, Merrick Lumber Co., house 588 East 

Cornier John, bar tender, house 93 Race 

Comins John S., ice dealer 251 High, house do 

Comiskey James emp Lyman Mills, house 24 Oliver 

Comerford Phillip (Comerford & Daly), residence Springfield 

COMERFORD & DALY (Phillip Comerford, James M. Daly), 

V tea st -re, 96 High. [See page 454.] 

Como Frank T., carpenter, house 101 Lyman 

Como Medard, carder, Holyoke Warp Co., house 38 Hamilton 

Condon John, brick layer, boards 63 Race 

Congdon Frank E , Mrs, rooms 64 *Canal 

Conklin D. T., widow John I., house Northampton, B. V. 

Conklin John F., paper dealer, house Northampton, B. V. 

Conley Mary J., widow Patrick, house 124 Cabot 

Conley Patrick, clerk P. J. Duff, boards 124 Cabot 

Conley (see also Conelley) 

CONNECTICUT RIVER LUMBER C0.,mfrs of laths,shingles, 

\J clapboards, etc., office 149 Hampden. [See page 409.] 

Connecticut River Pulp Co., mfrs of wood pulp, Bigelow n D wight 

Connecticut River Railroad Depot, Mosher near Main 

Connell Cornelius, emp Albion Paper Co., house 40 East 

Connell James, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 65 Fountain 

Connell John, emp Hadley Co., boards 4 Center 

Connell John, emp Glazed Paper Co., boards Germania Hotel 

Connell Margaret Mrs., house 16 High 

Connell Maurice, laborer, boards 89 Race 

Connell Michael, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 16 High 

Connell Michael, laborer, boards 65 Walnut 



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Connell Patrick, laborer, house 56 Elm 

Connell Sarah Miss, boards 29 Lyman 

Connell Thomas, emp Prentiss Wire Works, boards 16 High 

Connell (see O'Connell) 

Connelly Dennis, engineer Albion Paper Co.. boards 23 Oliver 

Connelly Christopher, fireman, boards 219 Park 

Connery James, carpenter, house 99 Walnut 

Conner Thomas, laborer, house 99 Walnut 

Connerton Robert, emp J. Marra, boards 143 Main 

Connerty Thomas, painter, house 53 Elm 

Connolly Charles (Dickieson, Reed & Co.), boards 216 D wight 

Connolly Christopher, shoemaker, emp A. McLean, boards 179 Main 

CONNOLLY EDWARD, granite and stone cutter, 298 Main, 
rooms 254 do. [See page 491.] 
Connolly William, bartender, 463 Ma'n, house 69 Sargeant 
Connor Agnes Miss, house 83 Prospect 
Connor Ann Mrs., house 30 Lyman 

CONNOR BROTHERS (James Connor), mfr of cassimeres, 
woolen goods, etc., cor Bigelow and Cabot and 649 Main. [See 
page 384.] 
Connor Cornelius C, clerk John Cleary, house 122 Maple 
Connor Daniel, teamster, house 95 Walnut 
Connor Dennis, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 586 East 
Connor Dennis, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 246 Dwight 
Connor Edward, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 143 Pine 
Connor Ellen Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 30 Hamilton 
Connor Ellen Mrs., emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., h 127 High 
Connor George, laborer, house 55 Adams 

Connor George J., clerk Holyoke Furniture Co., boards 143 Pine 
Connor Hugh, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 509 So. Canal 
Connor James (Connor Brothers), house 31 Suffolk 
Connor James, emp Hadley Co., house 73 Bond 
Connor James, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Connor James, removed to Wilbraham 
Connor James, laborer, boards 76 West 
Connor James, saloon, 21 Elm, house 89 Fountain 
Connor James, emp city, house 83 Fountain 
Connor Jeremiah, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 30 Hamilton 
Connor Jeremiah, laborer, boards 107 Maple 
Connor Jeremiah J., saloon, 99 Maple, boards do 
Connor Johanna, widow George, boards 31 Suffolk 
Connor John, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Connor John, laborer, house rear 44 Chestnut 
Connor John, laborer, boards 213 Lyman 

Connor John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., rooms 397 Main 
Connor John, emp Albion Paper Co., house 35 Summer 
Connor John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 577 Bridge 
Connor John, laborer, house 14 Oliver 
Connor John, emp Landers Brothers, house 127 Walnut 
Connor John, emp Landers Brothers, house 161 Dwight 
Connor John, boards 68 Race 
Connor John, baker, emp M. G. Lothrop, house 117 High 



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Connor John F., emp T. F. Kegan, boards 73 Bond 

Connor Kate Miss, rooms 127 High 

Connor Kate, widow James, house 32 Prospect 

Connor Martin, laborer, house 96 Walnut 

Connor Mary Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 69 Lyman 

Connor Mary, widow Maurice, house 114 Sargeant 

Connor Michael, teamster John Cleary, boards 112 Maple 

Connor Michael, machinist, house 575 Main 

Connor Michael, laborer, house 75 Walnut 

Connor Michael, boards 179 Main 

Connor Michael, emp Daniel Connor, house rear 44 Chestnut 

Connor Michael J., vegetable dealer, house 109 Walnut 

Connor Morris, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 52 Sargeant 

Connor Maurice M., emp S. T. Lyman & Son, boards 114 Sargeant 

Connor Morris, mason tender, house 101 Walnut 

Connor Murty, laborer, house rear 127 Maple 

CoDnor Patrick, emp Hadley Co., house 19 Oliver 

Connor Patrick, laborer, house 232 Lyman 

Connor Patrick, laborer, house 101 Hampden 

Connor Patrick, emp Gridley & Moriarty, boards 68 Race 

Connor Stephen, emp city, house 36 Chestnut 

CONNOR THOMAS stoves, furnaces, ranges and galvanized iron 
worker, 144 High, rooms 142 do. [See page 419.] 
Connor Thomas, freight clerk C. R R. C, house 185 D wight 
Connor Thomas, teamster M. J. Finn, house 125 Walnut 
Connor Thomas, laborer, house 305 Park 
Connor Thomas, laborer, house 213 Lyman 
Connor Thomas, laborer, boards 161 Lyman 
Connor Thomas, emp T. F. Kegan, boards 73 Bond 
Connor Thomas Jr., laborer, boards 85 Hampden 
Connor William H., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 624 Summer 
Connor [See O'Connor.] 
Connors James Mrs., house 184 Lyman 
Connors John F., emp J. & W. Jolly, house 113 Hampden 
Connors Macleon, cigar maker, emp J. J. Giusto, rooms 152 High 
Connors Maggie Miss, house 75 Pine 
Connors Michael, farmer, house Rock Valley 
Connors Patrick, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 122 High 
Connors Patrick, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 211 Lyman 
Connors Robert, emp John Marra, house 252 Hampden 
Convent of Notre Dame, 85 Chestnut, corner Hampden 
Converse Ellen Miss, music teacher, rooms 286 Maple 
Conway Albert B., removed to Vermont 

Conway Edward, watchman Holyoke Machine Co., house 516 Main 
Conway James, emp Connor Brothers, house off South, near Germania 

Mills 
Conway James, tailor C. H. Prentiss, house 103 Maple 
Conway John, laborer, house 11 Elm 

CONWAY MARTIN P., sewing machines, pianos, organs, etc., 
office 170 High, boards 51 Bridge. [See page 433.] 
Conway Michael, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 514 Main 
Conway Michael, emp Holyoke Water Works, house 61 Pine 



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Conway Michael, carpenter, house 35 Prospect 

Conway Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., house 51 Bridge 

Conway Terrence, emp Lynch Brothers, house 65 Pine 

Conway Thomas, fireman Fan* Alpaca Co., house 38 Prospect 

Cook Albert Dwight, foreman Deane Steam Pump Co., house So Had- 

ley Falls 
Cook Charles Mrs., boards 215 Elm 

Cook Clarence J., emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 189 High 
Cook Fred H., asst hydraulic engineer Water Power Co., b 219 Pine 
Cook George, removed to North Adams, Mass 
Cook Geerge W., letter carrier, house 36 Mosher 

COOK HORACE M., prop Holyoke Monumental Works, R. R. 
cor Dwight, boards Windsor Hotel. [See page 490.} 
Cook John H., hydraulic engineer Water Power Co., house 196 Beech 
Cook Lucy E., compositor Holyoke Herald, rooms 7 Main 
Cook Nelson C. (H. E. Nash & Co.), house 91 Main 
Cook Sarah J. Mrs., house 158 High 

Cook William H., emp Merrick Lumber Co., h 177 Dwight 
Cooledge Edward R. (Cooledge & Co.), house 232 Elm 
Cooledge Henry M. (Chase & Cooledge), house 232 Elm 

COOLEDGE & CO. (Edward R. CooL dge), Hampden Remnant 
Store, 81 Dwight, branch store 373 Main. [See page 437.] 
Cooley Frank, emp G. W. Richards, boards 271 Main 
Cooley Herbert W., clerk A. T. Tuttle & Son, boards 212 Walnut 
Cooley H. W. Mrs., music teacher, house 212 Walnut 
Coombs Henry, emp Hampden Cotton Mills, house 3 Whiting ave 
Coombs Susie Miss, teacher Nonotuck street school, bds 3 Whiting ave 
Cooney Joseph S., emp Munn & Baush, rooms 199 Main 
Cooney Julia, widow Thomas, boards 117 Walnut 
Coope Mary Miss, house 20 Hampshire 
Cooper Charles H., overseer dressing room Lyman Mills No. 1, house 

65 Front 
Cooper William A., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 41 Appleton 
Cooper William J., book-keeper Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 13 

Suffolk 
Cooper Fred. W., removed to Cleveland, Ohio 
Copeland Charles J„ emp Samosett House, boards 7 Hampden 
Copeland Charles J., carpenter, boards 175 High 
Corbett Maggie and Mary Misses, house 44 Ely 
Corbett Robert B., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 227 Dwight 
Corbier George, baker, boards 18 Fountain 
Corcoran Charles, boards 121 High 
Corcoran Cornelius, house rear 135 Maple 

Corcoran Hugh, emp Chadwick & Chadwick. house 45 Hamilton 
Corcoran Jennie, widow Hugh, house 45 Hamilton 
Corcoran John F., emp S. T. Lyman & Son, boards 15 Newton 

C OXIDES FRANK D., frtsco, sign and plain painting, window 
curtains and fixtures, plastic centers, painters' supplies and ar- 
tists' materials, 302 High, house 221 Walnut. [See page 493.] 
Corley Anthony, laborer, house 188 Lyman 
Cormier John H, emp 329 Main, house 93 Race 
Corner George, house 76 Newton 



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Corner Walter H., receiving clerk and book-keeper Crocker Mfg. Co., 

rooms 72 Newton 
Corner William, removed to Ohio 

Corriden Eugene, emp Graves & Kinney, house 414 Maple 
Corrigan Eugene, brass moulder, emp Graves & Kinney, h Gates, 

B. V. 
Corrigan James, overseer Connor Bros., house 5 Hampshire 

CORSER CHARLES A., hoots and shoes, trunks, valises, etc., 
149 High, house 206 Elm. [See page 431.] 
Corser Charles D., foreman repair shop Hoi Machine Co., h 186 Pine 
Cosgrove Margaret Miss, boards 84 Race 
Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, house 62 Walnut 
Costello Daniel, teamster, house 60 East 
Costello Edward, lather, house 29 Bridge 
Costello Hannah Mrs., house 29 Bridge 
Costello Henry, house 30 Hamilton 
Costello John, emp D. F. Coghlan, house 182 Lyman 
Costello Morris, emp city, house rear 208 Lyman 
Costello Patrick J., emp D. F. Coghlan, boards 208 Lyman 
Costigan Ann, widow William, house 7 Center 
Cote Clement, laborer, house 521 East 
Cote Eusebe, clerk, boards 69 High 
Cote Gabriel, house 40 Cabot 
Cote Hypolite, house 69 High 

Cote Isaac, emp Carew Mfg. Co., house 4 Potvin ave 
Cote John, boards 123 Newton 

Cote Joseph, emp G. W. Richards, house 54 Union 
Cote Louis, laborer, house 56 Hamilton 
Cote Louis, clerk 52 Union, boards 69 High 
Cote Minnie Mrs., emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 70 Race 
Cote Mizael, emp Lyman Mills, house 54 High 
Cote Napoleon, confectionery, etc., 45 Union, boards 47 do 
Cote Nelson P., clerk C. A. Corser, boards 14 Canal 
Cote Oliver, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 40 Cabot 
Cote Oneseme, emp Hoi Bone Co., boards 538 East 
Cote Paul, house 42 Union 

Cote Peter, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 14 Canal 
Cote Philomene, widow Edward, dressmaker, 145 High 
Cote Severe, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 14 Canal 
Cote Victor, emp Prentiss Wire Works, boards 69 High 
Couch Mary E., dressmaker, rooms 132 Beech 
Coughlin Daniel, emp Hoi Water Power Co., house 44 Walnut 
Coughlin Edward, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 23 Prospect 
Coughlin James, emp Hoi Water Power Co., house 243 Lyman 
Coughlin James F., clerk, rooms 71 Lyman 

COUGHLIN JAMES F., grocer, 137 High, boards 38 Prospect. 
[See opposite inside back cover.] 
Coughlin John, laborer, house 63 Walnut 
Coughlin Keren, house 38 Prospect 
Coughlin Mary, widow Daniel, house 71 Lyman 
Coughlin Morris, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 5 Chestnut 
Coughlin Nellie T. Miss, book-keeper Jas. F. Coughlin, b 38 Prospect 



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Coughlin Robert, laborer, emp Gridley & Moriarty, h 526 Bridge 

Coulombe Etienne, clerk Rousseau & Potvin, 299 Main, bds 71 Park 

Coulombe Gaspard, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 71 Park 

Coulter John, emp Dean & Wheelock, rooms 122 High 

Counihan Patrick, blacksmith, Northampton, B. V., house do 

Counter Ezekiel Mrs., house 42 Bond 

Counter James H. J., drug clerk, rooms 28 "West 

Counter Joseph, emp G. W. Prentiss, boards 310 Hampden 

Counter Rose Mrs., rooms 158 High 

Counter Sophie Miss, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 189 High 

Courteau Louis, emp Paper Mill, house 71 Park 

Courtney Ann and Bridget Misses, emp Hadley Co., house 7 Center 

Courtney Daniel, emp Farr Alpaca Co., also grocer 517 High, boards 

654 High 
Courtney Dennis, emp G. R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 15 Hampshire 
Courtney Dennis, laborer, house 63 Elm 

Courtney Ellen Miss, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 23 Prospect 
Courtney Eugene J., asst book-keeper J. & M. Dowd, bds 90 Lyman 
Courtney Humphrey, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 2 Dwight 
Courtney Humphrey, emp city, house 654 High 
Courtney James, emp B. F. Perkins, boards 13 John 
Courtney Johanna Miss, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 23 Prospect 
Courtney Kate, widow, emp Holvoke Steam Laundry, rooms 2 Dwight 
Courtney Mary, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 624 East 
Courtney Michael J., emp J. & M. Dowd, boards 90 Lyman 
Courtney Patrick J., carpenter, house 84 Pine 
Cousineau Ourelie, house 163 Park 

Cousineau John B., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 163 Park 
Courtchaine Onesime, laborer, house 534 East 
Couture David, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 525 Bridge 
Couture Joseph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 525 Bridge 
Couture Joseph, (Couture &, Benard), house 289 Main 
Couture Maxime, emp Winona Paper Co., house 40 Fountain 
Couture Zephrin, emp Albion Paper Co., house 14 Canal 
Couture & Benard (Joseph Couture, Aime A. Benard), grocers and 

meat market, 291 J Main 
Cowan James, office Whiting Paper Co., house 35 Suffolk 
Cowie Allen, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 514 High 
Cowie Robert, emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 254 Main 
Cowles Mala A., removed to Brimfield, Mass 
Coyne Peter, emp Holyoke Water Power Co. house 135 Lyman 
Cox Andrew, carriage painter, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 184 High 
Cox Ernest Peter, paymaster Mass. Screw Co., boards 6 West 
Crafts Chester Judson, farmer Northampton, I. P. 
Crafts Edward R., farmer, house Crafts' Hotel, Northampton, I. P. 
Crafts Frank A., removed to So. Hadley Falls 
Crafts George E., clerk Chemical Paper Co., rooms 10 Newton 
Crafts Howard A., book-keeper Dickieson, Reid & Co., h 220 Dwight 
Crafts Linus D., house painter, h Crafts' Hotel, Northampton, I. P. 
Crafts Olive L., widow Chester, house Northampton, I. P. 
Crafts Pliny J. (Crafts & Fraser), boards 118 Dwight 
Crafts Roswell P., real estate, 189 High, house 118 Dwight 



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CRAFTS & ERASER (Pliny J. Crafts, Joshua H. Fraser), furni- 
ture, groceries, crockery, glass-ware and house furnishing 
goods, 147 High. [See page 457.] 
Cragin Harvey H., book-keeper B. F. Mullin, boards 67 Main 
Cragin Jennie Mrs., house 308 Maple 

Cragin Maria Miss, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 58 Bridge 
Craig Emma, emp Hadley Co., boards 150 High 
Craig George, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., house 344 Maple 
Craig Hugh, emp Buchanan Bolt & Co., boards 344 Maple 
Craig William, emp Landers Brothers, boards 63 Newton 
Craigie Rosanna, widow John, boards 125 Sargeant 
Craitjie William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 125 Sargeant 

CRANE CHAUNCEY G., bonnet and hat bleacher, and maker 
of artificial teeth (up stairs), house do. [See page 439.] 
Crane Ellen, widow John, house 73 Sargeant 
Crane Michael, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 45 Hamilton 
Crane Patrick, house rear 38 Chestnut 
Cranston Ellen Miss, removed to Lee 
Craven Michael, removed to South Deerfield 
Craw Clarence E., clerk Am. Express Co., house 3 Newton Place 
Crawford Edward, emp Excelsior Paper Co., residence Willimansett 
Crawford James A., clerk E. P. Ford, house 28 Ely 
Cray Abbie, widow Michael, house 203 Lyman 
Cree Ann Mrs., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 2 Oliver 
Creedan Mary Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 71 Lyman 
Cregan Nellie Miss, emp Windsor Hotel 
Crehan John, mason helper, emp Lynch Brothers house rooms 127 

Maple 
Crehan John, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, boards rear 127 Maple 
Crehan John F., emp T. Carmody, boards 113 Maple 
Crehan Philip, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards Patrick Shea 
Crehan Timothy, farmer, house Ingleside 
Creighton Charles H., carder, removed to Boston 
Cremier Gerald, emp National Blank Book Co., house 375 Main 
Creran Charles, painter, house 42 Bond 
Crichton Robert, emp J. C. Smith, house 158 High 
Crimmins Daniel, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 54 Sargeant 
Cringle William, emp National Blank Book Co., 
Crippen Andrew B., emp The Beebe & Holbrook Co., h 7 Pleasant 
Crissman Fred, emp Nat. Blank Book Co., rooms 314 Maple 
Crochier Louis, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 576 East 
Crochier Pierre, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 49 Hamilton 
Crochiere Joseph, emp George Richards, house 14 Fountain 
Crochiere Maxime, emp George Richards, house 47 Union 
Crochiere Olivier, carpenter, F. F. O'Neill, house 101 Park 
Crocker Daniel P., sec and treas. Crocker Mfg Co., h Springfield 
Crocker John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 45 Front 
(CROCKER MANUFACTURING CO., D. P. Crocker, sec. and 
\J treas, second level canal near county bridge. [See page 365.] 
Crocker Samuel S , president Crocker Mfg Co., res Leominister 
Crohan John F., boards Ingleside 
Cronin Cornelius, emp Prentiss Wire Mill, house 34 East Dwight 



62 HOLYOKE [ CO DIRECTORY. 



Cronin Daniel J., boards 14 Chestnut 

Cronin Daniel S., policeman, boards 4 Center 

Cronin Dennis, laborer, house 222 Lyman 

Cronin Edward J., emp Hadley Co., boards 4 Center 

Cronin Ellen Miss, house 54 Bridge 

Cronin Eugene F., laborer, house 114 Race 

Cronin Jeremiah J., emp Hadley Co., boards 119 Walnut 

Cronin John, emp city, house 33 East 

Cronin John, house 37 Chestnut 

Cronin John, laborer, boards 119 Walnut 

Cronin John F., laborer, boards 4 Center 

Cronin Margaret, widow John, house 4 Center 

Cronin Michael J., house 119 Walnut 

Cronin Patrick F., barber, Mosher C. Main, res Chicopee, Mass 

Cronin Patrick 1st, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 71 Walnut 

Cronin Patrick 2d, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 89 Fountain 

Cronin Patrick 3d, emp Prentiss Wire Works, boards 54 Bridge 

Cronin William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 222 Lyman 

Crook Henry M., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 41 Pleasant 

Crook Martha, widow John, nurse, house 47 Pleasant 

Crosby Adario E., overseer weaving dept Springfield Blanket Co., 

and jeweller, 435 Main, house 540 So. Canal 
Crosby Charles F , emp Hadley Co., house 98 Lyman 
Crosby Charles M., emp Prentiss Wire Works, res Northampton 
Crosby George D., compositor Transcript, rooms 51 Canal 
Crosby Harry, overseer Hadley Co., house 51 Canal 
Crosby May Miss, rooms 8 West 
Crossin Mary, widow Dominick, boards 77 Elm 
Crosier Monroe L., physician, 399 Main, residence So. Hadley Falls 
Crosier William J., clerk B. F. Nichols, rooms 178 Cabot 
Croteau Enoch, driver John S. Comins, house 63 Prospect 
Croteau Luke, laborer, house 22 Oliver 
Croteau Nazarie, emp J. S. Comins, house 61 Prospect 
Croteau William, whitewasher, house 40 Prospect 
Croteau William Jr., emp Dean & Wheelock, house rear 135 Lyman 
Crowe Rev. J. A., asst pastor St. Jerome's Church, bds 65 Hampden 
Crowe John, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 75 Pine 
Crowley Annie Miss, house 470 Main 
Crowley Bridget Mrs., house 152 High 
Crowley Catherine, widow Timothy, house 26 Center 
Crowley Catherine, widow Cornelius, house 2 Chestnut 
Crowley Dennis J., bartender P. J. Crowley, boards 26 Center 
Crowley George H., emp J. W. Raymond, boards 287 Dwight 
Crowley James, policeman, house 36 Taylor 
Crowley James A., boards 132 Maple 
Crowley Jane, widow Daniel, house 271 Main 
Crowley Jeremiah, house 132 Maple 
Crowley John, laborer, house 67 Fountain 
Crowley John, emp T. Connor, house rear 44 Chestnut 
Crowley Joseph, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 50 Center 
Crowley Michael J., bartender Greeley's Hotel, boards do 
Crowley Patrick F., printer emp C. W. Bryan & Co., bds 132 Maple 



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flROWLEY PATRICK J., saloon and pool room, 136 Lyman, 

\J boards 26 Center. [See page 509.] 

Crowley Timothy, emp J. F. Cook, house 40 Main 

Crowther Edmund J., emp Hadley Co., house 38 Canal 

Crudden Mary Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 69 Lyman 

Cruikshank James S., removed to Boston 

Cruikshank Jennette, widow Daniel, house 159 Main 

Cruikshank Joseph, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, boards 159 Main 

Crura Charles R., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 15 Hampden 

Crystal Pump Works, W. & J. Manning, first level canal n Dwight"^ 

Cullen Alexander, boards 620 Main 

Cullen Blanche Miss, boards 5 Hampshire 

Cullen George, removed to Clinton 

Cullen Robert, house 620 Main 

Cummings Anthony, slater, rooms Relief Engine House, 460 Main 

Cummings Cynthia E., rooms 16 Newton Place 

Cummings Daniel, emp Albion Paper Co., house 30 Lyman 

Cummings Julia, widow Michael, house 654 High 

Cummings Mary Mrs., house 48 Lyman 

Cummings Michael E., carpenter, house 77 Newton 

Cummings Nellie Miss, emp J. J. Curley, boards 97 Elm 

Cummings Patrick, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 306 Park 

Cummings Peter, house 131 Maple 

Cummings. [See Viens.] 

Cunningham Anna M. Miss, tailoress, emp C. H. Prentiss, r 47 Front 

Cunningham Charles J., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 201 Park 

Cunningham E iward, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 315 High 

Cunningham Henry, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 201 Park 

Cunningham James, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 27 Hamilton 

Cunningham James, house 41 Adams 

Cunningham James Jr., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 41 Adams 

Cunningham Jennie Miss, tailoress, emp C. H. Prentiss, rooms 47 

Front 
Cunningham John, boards 41 Adams 

Cunningham John E. (L. H. Fortier & Co.), boards 201 Park 
Cunningham Julia A., widow Owen, house 201 Park 
Cunningham Lilla Miss, counter, emp Frank E. White, bds 189 High 
Cunningham Patrick, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 41 Adams 
Cunningham Patrick, laborer, house 181 Lyman 
Cunningham Patrick, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 23 Oliver 
Cunningham Thomas M., sewing machine canvasser, emp J. O'Shea, 

house 104 Race 
Cunningham Thomas, overseer Springfield Blanket Co., bds 201 Park 
Cunningham William J., emp Thomas Connor, rooms 142 High 
Cunningham William W., emp E. A. Fenno & Co., house r 51 Race 
Curley Frank J., carpenter and builder, 371 Main, h do 
Curley Hannah, widow Michael, boards 86 Newton 
Curley Mary, widow John, house 10 Bridge (Ward 1) 

CURLEY JOHN J., merchant tailor, 139 High, house 97 Elm. 
[See page 428.] 
Curley John J., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 56 Lyman 
Curley Michael D., saloon, 20 High, house 22 do 



64 HOLYOKE [O] DIRECTORY. 



Curley Patrick, slater and white washer, house 22 High 

Curley Thomas, removed to Minneapolis, Minn. 

PURRAN BROTHERS (John E. Curran, James J. Curran), 

\J druggists, 466 Main. [See cover.] 

Curran Cornelius, emp city, house 131 Walnut 

Curran Edward M., clerk J. N. Sackett, boards 86 Lyman 

Curran James, teamster, house 114 High 

Curran James J. (Curran Bros.), boards 539 So. Canal 

Curran Jeremiah J., emp Valley Paper Co., house 52 Bridge 

Curran John, emp Phelps & Tower, house 32 Front 

Curran John E. (Curran Bros.), rooms 539 So. Canal 

Curran John J., emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 86 Lyman 

Curran John M., emp H. & W. R. R., boards 371 High 

Curran Julia, widow Michael, house 371 High 

Curran Kate, widow Michael, house 214 Lyman 

Curran Margaret, widow Patrick, house 539 So. Canal 

Curran Maurice, laborer, boards Sargeant, bet first and second level 

Curran Maurice, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 118 Maple 

Curran Michael, peddler, house 86 Lyman 

Curran Patrick, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., boards 153 Hampden 

Curran Patrick, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 46 Mosher 

Curran Patrick, house 370 High 

Curran Patrick, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., rooms 63 Elm 

Curran Patrick, emp Gas Works, house 42 Walnut 

Curran Stephen, emp H. & W. R. R., boards 68 Race 

Curran Terrence L., steamship agent, house 107 Main 

Curran Thomas, emp Hoi Water Power Co., rooms 63 Fountain 

Curran Thomas L., emp National Blank Book Co., bds 25 Chestnut 

Curran Timothy, emp Hadley Co., house 30 Center 

Curran William H., pedler, boards 86 Lyman 

Currier A. R. Mrs., boards 29 Suffolk 

Curriere Edward, laborer, house 16 Prospect 

Curriere Edward, teamster W. B. Whiting & Co., house 98 High 

Curriere Israel, emp Paper Mill, house 10 High 

Curry Anthony A., barber, emp A. Oldershaw, h 9 Newton Place 

Curtain Michael, paper maker, house 60 East' 

Curtin Daniel, emp John C. Smith, house 134 Walnnt 

Curtin John H., painter, house 193 D wight 

Curtin John M., emp J. C. Smith, house Northampton, B. V. 

Curtin Kate, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 134 Walnut 

Curtis Clarence E., carpenter, boards 14 Miller 

Curtis Margaret, widow, emp Holyoke House 

Cushing Ann, widow Patrick, house 160 Lyman 

Cushing James, emp Lyman Mills, house 10 Bridge (Ward 1) 

Cushing John P., teacher High School, rooms 284 Maple 

Cushing Joseph, blacksmith, rooms 9 Hampden 

Cushing Julia Mrs., boards 162 Lyman 

Cushman A. J., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 229 Main 

Cusson Arthur, carpenter, house 116 Lyman 

Cusson Joseph, carriage maker E. D. Shelley, house 53 Union 

Cusson Joseph, black>mith, boards 53 Union 

Cutler Henry, foreman Hoi Bottling Works, house 336 Maple 






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Cutler Louis A., propr Hoi Bottling Works, 30 John, h 336 Maple 
Cuty Useb, laborer, boards 98 Maple 
Cutting John Mrs., house Mechanic , 

Dady Daniel, laborer, house 55 East 

Dady Katie Miss, house 110 Hampden 

Dady Mary Miss, house 55 East 

Dahlgren Otto W., draughtsman Deane Steam Pump Co., b 284 Maple 

Dahmer William, removed to New York 

Daigle Joseph, emp E. Chase & Son, boards 35 Park 

Dailey Dennis, emp Newton Paper Co., house 37 Hamilton 

Dailey James, removed to Gilbertville 

Dailey James, laborer, house 35 Fountain 

Dailey Margaret Mrs., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 29 Bridge 

Dailey Thomas, laborer, house 77 Walnut 

Dailey [See Daly and Daley.] 

Daikfn James A., engineer Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, h 140 Walnut 

Daley Catherine Mrs., emp Albion Paper Co., house 79 Bridge 

Daley Elizabeth, widow John, house 179 Lyman 

Daley John, gateman Hoi Machine Co., house 201 Park 

Daley Margaret Miss, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 27 Lyman 

Dallaire Amede, emp George Richards, boards 51 Cabot 

Dalrymple John, carpenter, house 34 Taylor 

D ALTON MICHAEL B,., saloon 161 Main, house 163 do. [See 
. page 509.] 
Dalton Patrick J., bartender M. R. Dalton, boards 163 Main 
Daly Daniel, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 29 Lyman 
Daly Elizabeth, widow Cornelius, house 33 Chestnut 
Daly Hannah M., emp Transcript, boards 82 Maple 
Daly James (Comerford & Daly), residence Springfield 
Daly James N., emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., boards 103 Walnut 

DALY JOHN C., wholesale ale dealer, 78 Newton, house do. [See 
page 511.] 
Daly John H., emp Hoi Water Power Co., house 79 Elm 
Daly Michael, laborer, house 731 High 
Daly Patrick C, clerk J. P. Casey, boards 349 Main 
Daly Peter, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 620 East 
Daly Timothy, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 27 Lyman 
Dam Jacob, laborer, house 114 Lyman 

Dam Lorenzo C, overseer spin'g dept Lyman Mills No. 2, h 210 Pine 
Dams Charles, carpenter, boards 113 High 

Dames Michael, emp Chemical Paper Co., h 16 Adams, cor Summer 
Dames Thomas, removed to Unionville, Ct. 
Damon Clarissa G, Mrs., boards 11 Pearl 
Damon Frank J., emp M. J. Howes, boards 45 Taylor 
Damon Ira E., emp W. H. Abbott, house 252 West Hampden 
Damour Mary, dressmaker 98 Maple, house do 
Danehy Michael, emp James Dwyer, boards 43 Front 
Danehy Thomas, shoemaker, boards Elm cor Lyman 
Danehy Timothy, emp Hoi Machine Co., house 654 High 
Danforth Caloma, emp A. C. Nevins, house 287 D wight 
Danforth John, emp Hampden Cotton Mills, house 36 Front 



HOLYOKE [D] DIRECTORY. 



Danforth Lucy, dressmaker, rooms 24 Newton Place 

Danforth Michael, emp Hoi Water Power Co., house 125 Hampden 

Daniels John, emp Connor Bros., house 657 Main 

Darche Antoine, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 243 Park 

Darche A. Mrs., dressmaker, house 243 Park 

Darling Ida Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 275 Main 

Darling Samuel Benson, boiler tender Hoi House, house 118 Lyman 

Daroche Sophia Mrs., house 15 West 

Darvine Ann, widow Michael, house 217 High 

Dary Louis N., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 632 Summer 

Daudelin Jean B. Mrs., house 14 Fountain 

Daudelin Joseph, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds 14 Fountain 

Daudelin Trene, emp J. Prew, house 38 Union 

Daunais Seraphin, emp H. & W. R. R., house 174 Lyman 

Dauphinet David, laborer, boards 576 East 

Dauphinet Paul, house 576 East 

Dauplais Pierre, carpenter, house 23 Fountain • 

Dausey Fred, plasterer, house 243 Park 

Dausey Fred, molder Deane Steam Pump Co., house 41 Cabot 

Dauville Elzeard, emp Conn. R. Pulp Co., house 59 Union 

Dauville Louis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 81 Race 

Dauville Magloire, carpenter, house 15 West 

Dauville [See Douville.] 

Davau Louis, carpenter, house 6 Potvin ave 

Davenport Charles H., salesman Whitmore Mfg. Co., res S. H. F. 

Davey Charles, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, house 24 Cabot 

Davey George, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, boards 24 Cabot 

Daviau Edmond, shoemaker 150 Lyman, boards 16 Canal 

Daviau John, emp Merrick Lumber Co., boards 16 Canal 

Daviau Leopold (J. Beauchemin & Co.), house 295 Main 

Daviau Zoe, widow Francis, house 16 Canal 

Davidson Robert, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 164 High 

Davies John L., photographer, emp W. B. Miles, rooms Oak 

Davignon Jean Baptiste, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 86 Cabot 

Davine Michael, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 13 John 

Davine Patrick, emp N. H. & N. R. R., boards 13 John 

Davis Albert, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 40 Bond 

Davis Almado, emp Hoi Machine Co., house Laurel, B. V. 

Davis Alvin, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, rooms 314 Maple 

DAVIS C, B. BRICK CO., office 243 Elm cor Cabot. [See 
page 503.] 
DAVIS C. B. & J. A. contractors and boarding stables, office 243 
Elm cor Cabot. [See page 480.] 
Davis Charles B. (C. B. & J. A. Davis), house 309 Maple 
Davis Charles S., milk peddler, rooms 137 Oak 
Davis Ella M., physician, office 13 Suffolk, house do 
Davis Frank H. (Frost, Davis & Co.), boards 224 Walnut 
Davis Frederick S., overseer yard Lyman Mills, house 51 Front 
Davis George W., physician, office 15 Suffolk, house 13 do 
Davis J. A., emp Landers Bros., rooms 35 Newton 
Davis J. A. (C. B. & J. A. Davis), residence New Haven, Conn. 
Davis John A., policeman, house 38 Lincoln 






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can easily be removed and replaced as good as new after years of use. It is 
the best covering for tops of boilers (instead of bricking over), as it radiates less 
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It also prevents cold water pipes freezing or sweating, and has superior 
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nOLYOKE [D] DIRECTORY. C7 



Davis Jones S., boards 51 Front 

Davis Lawrence, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 Main 

Davis Leander, house 83 Dwight 

Davis Sylvester A., emp Doane & William?, house 30 Taylor 

Davison J. L. Miss, nurse, rooms 23 Essex 

Davitt John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house rear 323 Park 

Dawley Andrew H., overseer spool shop Hadley Co., house 25 West 

Dawson Enoch, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, h Chapin n South, B. V. 

Day Alexander, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 

Day Edward S., removed to Willimansett 

Day Horace R. Mrs., house 185 Pine 

Day Irvin, farmer, boards Springfield road, S. H. 

Day Isaac N., farmer, house Springfield road, S. H. 

Day Stephen, emp Isaac N. Day, boards Northampton, B. V. 

Daze Alfred, house 243 Park 

Daze Alfred, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 45 Cabot 

Dean Eli, gardener, house S. H. Ferry, Main 

Dean Ellen Mrs., house 13 Hampden 

Dean Henry A., emp B. F. Perkins, house 33 Newton 

Dean Isaac Watts, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 73 Newton 

Dean Joseph, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house Chapin, B. V. 

Dean Oscar F., foreman Watson Ely & Son, house rear 76 High 

Dean Patrick, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 67 Bridge 

Dean Robert B., emp Dean & Wheelock, boards 73 Newton 

Dean Thomas, house 55 East 

Dean Thomas, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards Chapin, B. V. 

Dean Thomas J., hostler John Gee, boards 55 East 

Dean Wilbert T. (Dean & Wheelock), house 74 Taylor 

DEAN & WHEELOCK (Wilbert T. Dean, Wm. F. Wheelock), 
painters, grainers, paper hangers, glaziers and dealers in paints, 
oils and paper hangings, 147 Main. [See page 492.] 
Deane Arthur W., manager J. S. Carr & Co., house 798 Dwight 
Deane Charles P., treas The Deane Steam Pump Co., res Springfield 
Deane Ezra L., foreman Merrick Lumber Co., h 39 Pearl cor Lincoln 
Deane Mary, widow Daniel, house 74 Bridge (Ward 1) 

DEANE STEAM PUMP CO. mfrs of steam pumps and steam 
pumping machinery and iron founders, C.P. Deane, treasurer, 
Bigelow near Appleton. [See colored page.] 
Deane William, boards 80 Bridge 

Deans James, emp Wilson & Smith, boards 17 Hampden 
Deardon Robert, printer, house 74 Bond 

Decker Carrie Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 107 Dwight 
Degaraff Frank, roofer, house 15 Fountain 
Delage Michael, laborer, house 107 Lyman 
Delaney Ellen, widow George, boards 5 Canby 

Delaney George, pictures and frames, 369 High, residence Springfield 
Delaney James E., mayor, house 167 Walnut 

DELANEY JOHN, contractor for stone masonry, flagging and 
cement work, house 134 Dwight. [See page 504.] 
Delaney John, house 45 Sargeant 

Delaney John L., emp John Delaney, house 139 Dwight 
Delaney Mary E. Mrs., emp W. B. Miles, 151 High, boards 11 Taylor 



HOLYOKE [D] DIRECTOKY. 



Delaney Nora, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 45 Sargeant 
Delaney William H., painter, house Beacon ave opp Canby 
Delaney William L., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 11 Taylor 
Delavan Kate, widow John, boarding house, 62 and 63 Race 
Delhagan Isaac O., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 20 Wor- 
cester place 
Delehanty Nellie Miss, waiter Windsor Hotel 
Delisle Archilla, house 16 Prospect 
Delisle Archilla Jr., boards 16 Prospect 
Delisle Celestine, chopper, boards 179 Main 
Delisle Edouard, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 47 Union 
Delisle Edouard Jr., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 47 Union 
Delisle Edward, laborer, house 20 Oliver 
Delisle Roman, carpenter, boards 179 Main 
Delpholeum Oil Co., mfrs oils and compounds, Bowers & Mosher's 

building, opp H. & W. depot 
Delpe William, overseer Springfield Blanket Co., boards 30 Hamilton 
Demers Abel, emp Hadley Thread Co., house 18 Fountain 
Demers Calix, teamster A. H. Childs, house 128 High 
Demers Francois, house 47 Union 
Demers Hormisdas (Demers & Son), boards 67 Bond 
Demers Jacque L. (Demers & Son), house 67 Bond 
Demers J. L.. artist, 67 Bond, house do 
Demers Louis, clerk Rousseau & Potvin, 299 Main, boards 67 Bond 

DEMERS & SON (Jacque L." & Hormisdas), photographers and 
artists, 314 Main. [See page 444.] 
Demery Margaret Miss, boards 72 Race 

Dempsey Edward, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards South n Main 
Dempsey John, shoemaker, emp P. J. Gilligan, boards 20 Cabot 
Dempsey John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Dempsey Margaret Mrs., house 160 Lyman 
Dempsey Patrick, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Dempsey Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., house 37 Sargeant 
Deneefe Annie, widow Martin, house 412 Maple 
Dennis Charles E., washer, emp H. H. Carter, rooms 7 Main 
Dennis O. K., whitewasher, house Easthampton road, I. P. 
Denomme Elzear, emp Newton Paper Co., house 672 East 
Depeyster Pierre W., emp Dean & Wheelock, boards 19 Hampden 
Derby Mary, widow William, house 13 Oliver 
Deroy Narcissi, plasterer, boards 1 High 

Derrick Ransom M., clerk Dickieson, Reid & Co., boards 295 Dwight 
Dery Frank, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 632 Summer 
Dery Napoleon, joiner F. F. O'Neill, boards 632 Summer 
Dery Narcisse, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 8 Adams n Summer 
Dery Philip, carpenter, house 40 Main 
Deschand Ernest, carpenter, boards 319 Main 
Desjardins Charles, laborer, house 514 East 
Desjardins Joseph, emp Hadley Co., house 6 Potvin ave 
Desjardins Oliver, barber, 54 Lyman, boards 6 Potvin ave 
Deslaurier Damas, emp Samosett House, boards do 
Deslipe Casimer, removed to Canada 
Deslipe J. B. Mrs., house 18 Fountain 



HOLYOKE [D] DIRECTORY. 69 



Desmarais Joseph, laborer, boards 18 Fountain 

Desmarais Pierre, machinist, house 113 Dwight 

Desmond Maria, widow Jeremiah, house 58 Bond 

Desroche Edward, laborer, house 13 West 

Desroche Motte, emp Lyman Mills, boards 16 Fountain 

Desroche P., Mrs., house 16 Fountain 

Desroche Salime, house 15 West 

Desrosier Napoleon (Frank Octo & Co.), boards 69 High 

Dessaulier Francis, laborer, house 38 Union 

Dessereau Eugene, laborer, boards 15 West 

Deuel Frederick C, clerk R. F. Kelton & Co., rooms 291 High 

Devereaux Ann Mrs., house 217 High 

Devereaux Maggie, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 189 High 

Devereaux Patrick J., emp Lyman Mill No 2, house 9 Hampden 

Devese John, photographer, rooms 55 Suffolk 

Devilen Jane Miss, boards 177 Main 

Devine Catherine Mrs., house rear 135 Maple 

Devine James P., carpenter, house 130 Pine 

Devine John, laborer, house 71 Walnut 

Devine Mary Miss, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 13 Summer 

Devine Patrick, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., boards 211 Lyman 

Devine Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 43 Fountain 

Devine William J., emp Valley Paper Co., bds 13 Summer (Ward 1) 

Dewey Frank, emp Nat Blank Book Co., boards 206 Pine 

Dewey Henry B., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 528 South Canal 

Dewey James, carpenter, house 130 Pine 

Dewey James, yeast pedler, boards 47 Pleasant 

Dewey Katie Miss, emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 122 High 

Dewhirst Benjamin, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 96 Bond 

DeWolf Henry L., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 181 Dwight 

Dexter Fred J., machinist, house 190 Hampden 

Diamond Henry J., emp Kennedy & Sullivan, boards 145 Dwight 

Diamond James, emp T. F. Kegan, rooms 7 Main 

Diamond John A., emp H. Seymour Cutlery Co., bds 145 Dwight 

Diamond Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, house 145 Dwight 

Dibble Andrew J., farmer, house near Ashley pond 

Dickerman Hervey S., painter, house Northampton, I. P. 

Dickerman H. S. Mrs., private school Northampton, I. P. 

Dickerman Hiram P., emp Merrick Thread Co., house South B. V. 

Dickey James F., business agent R T. Prentiss, house 49 Pleasant 

Dickhout Henry, emp Whitmore Mfg Co., house 15 Hampshire 

Dickieson Andrew E., (Dickieson, Reid & Co.,) bds Windsor Hotel 

Dickieson, Reid & Co., (Andrew E. Dickieson, William Reid), dry 

goods and millinery, 49 and 51 Dwight 
Dickinson A. L. Mrs., boards 240 Hampden 
Dickinson Charles emp Excelsior Paper Co., boards 24 Pearl 
Dickinson Daniel M., treas Excelsior Paper Co., house 24 Pearl 
Dickinson Edward L., clerk Richards & Thayer, rooms 76 .Newton 
Dickinson Edwin, commercial agent Union Paper Mfg Co., residence 

Springfield 
Dickinson Eli, laborer, boards 83 Lyman 
Dickinson George L., clerk Philander Moore, house 221 Dwight 



70 HOLYOKE [33] DIRECTORY. 



Dickinson George R. president and treasurer Geo. R. Dickinson Paper 
Co., residence Springfield 

DICKINSON GEORGE R. PAPER CO., George R. Dickin- 
son, pres. and treas., first level canal, Sargeant near Race. [See 
page 3 6 9. J 
Dickinson Henry, agt & treas Union Paper Mfg Co., res Northampton 
Dickinson Henry S., with George R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 

Springfield 
Dickinson John W., emp Lyman Mills, rooms 206 Elm 
Dickinson Levi P., removed to South Hadley Falls 
Dickinson Thomas F., emp Albion Paper Co., rooms 11 Hampden 

DICKINSON & CLARK PAPER CO. (Geo. R. Dickinson, 
John E. Clark), second level canal, near county bridge. [See 
page 363.] 
Dier Treffle, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 339 Main 
Dier (see Champagne) 

Dietner Ignatz, emp Germania Mills, house 692 East 
Dietrich Emil, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 19 Hamilton 
Dietz Herman, emp Germania Mills, house 613 Bridge 

DIETZ RICHARD, baker, 36 Adams, boards 613 Bridge. [See 
page 449.J 
Dignan James, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 59 Chestnut 
Dignan Peter, emp Kennedy & Sullivan, boards 19 Hampden 
Dillenbeck S. Willard, boards Windsor Hotel 

Dillon John, engineer, Franklin Paper Co., house 530 Sou h Canal 
Dillon John, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 69 Sargeant 
Dillon John, (T. & J. Dillon,) house 82 Maple 
Dillon John J., laborer, house 243 Lyman 
Dillon Michael J., clerk T. & J. Dillon, house 161 Lyman 
Dillon Thomas (T. & J. Dillon), house 173 Chestnut 

DILLON T. & J., (Thomas and John Dillon,) grocers and under- 
taker, 165 and 169 Lyman. [See page 459.] 
Dionne Cesare, emp G. P. Ellison, boards 101 Lyman 
Dionne Delina, widow Isador, house 542 East 
Dionne George, mason tender, house 42 Cabot 
Dionne Hermine, house rear 25 Hampden 
Dionne Isador, chopper, boards 542 East 

Dixon James, emp Unquomonk Silk Co., house 54 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Dixon Samuel, removed to New York 
Dixon Sarah, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 2 Oliver 
Doane George W., (Doane & Williams), house 70 Taylor 
Doane & Williams (Geo. W. Doane, John T. Williams), carpenters 

and build- rs, 33 and 70 Taylor 
Dodwell William, emp A. C. Nevins, rooms 35 Hampden 
Doehring Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 673 Main 
Doerpholz Emil, emp Germania Mills, house Chapin, B. V. 
Doherty Cornelius, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 161 Lyman 
Doherty Cornelius, hackman, house 83 Race 
Doherty Francis, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., house 105 Beech 
Doherty James, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 161 Lyman 
Doherty John, emp Winona Paper Co., house 27 Lyman 
Doherty Matthew, emp T. & J. Dillon, house 161 Lyman 



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Doherty Matthew J., emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 135 Lyman 
Doherty Michael, emp Prentiss Wire Works, rooms 64 Chestnut 
•Doherty [See Dougherty.] 
Dolan Hannah, clerk, rooms 134 Cabot 

Dolan J. W. blacksmith, emp Keough Bros., boards 143 Main 
Dolan Katie Miss, house 49 Bridge 
Dolan Margaret, widow James, house 98 Newton 
Dolan Michael, farmer, house Ingleside 
Dolan Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, house 639 Hiorh 
Dolan W. P. blacksmith, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 143 Main 
Doland Lewis W., emp M. W. Doland, boards 103 Main 
Doland Matthew W., scrap iron, house 103 Main 
Dollar John, boards 528 South Canal - 
Dolwitz Frank, emp Germania Mills, boards rear 339 Park 
Domina Moses, hostler H. Bowker & Co., rooms 8 John 
Donahue Ann, widow Roger, house rear 455 Main 
Donahue Cornelius, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 90 Fountain 
Donahue Daniel, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 90 Fountain 
Donahue Daniel, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 307 Main 
Donahue David, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co , house 109 Walnut 

DONAHUE EDWARD, saloon 329 Main, house 93 Race. [See 
page 513.] 
Donahue Eliza Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 36 Chestnut 
Donahue Florence, emp Valley Paper Co., house 30 Lyman 
Donahue Florence, emp Lyman Mills, house 126 Lyman 
Donahue Kate, widow Florence, emp Hadley Co., house 52 Summer 
Donahue Hannah Miss, boards 119 Walnut 
Donahue James, house 4 Chestnut 
Donahue Jeremiah A., pedler, boards 4 Chestnut 
Donahue Jeremiah F., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 22 Sargeant 
Donahue Jeremiah J., emp Hadley Co., house 86 Canal 
Donahue Johanna Miss, house 2 Dwight 
Donahue John, emp Lyman Mills, house 3 Oliver 
Donahue John, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house Sargeant between 

1st and 2d level 
Donahue John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 86 Canal 
Donahue John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 18 Maple 
Donahue John, emp Landers Bros., house 105 Pine 
Donahue John, laborer, boards 77 Hamilton 
Donahue John, emp Hadley Co., house 67 Lyman 
Donahue John, emp Hadley Co., boards 6 Center 
Donahue John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 70 Canal (Ward ) 
Donahue John, grocer, 710 East, house 54 Park 
Donahue John, house 163 Main 

Donahue John R., emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 41 Chestnut 
Donahue Julia, widow John, house 30 Center 
Donahue Mary, widow Jeremiah R., house 167 Lyman 
Donahue Mary Miss, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 28 Bridge 
Donahue Mary, widow Edward, house 75 Walnut 
Donahue Mary Mrs., boards 49 Bridge 
Donahue Mary, widow Bartholomew, house 90 Fountain 
Donahue Maurice, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 125 Maple 



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Donahue Michael, emp city, house rear 44 Chestnut 

Donahue Michael, emp city, house 91 Hampden 

Donahue Michael, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 193 Lyman 

Donahjie Michael, horseshoer, emp James Dwyer, boards Front 

Donahue Michael, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 85 Hampden 

Donahue Morris, emp William B. Whiting & Co., h 222 Lyman 

Donahue Nora Miss, emp Mrs. Ira Smith, boards 148 High 

Donahue Patrick, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 86 Canal 

Donahue Patrick, laborer, house rear 40 Elm 

Donahue Patrick, laborer, house 63 Walnut 

Donahue Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., house 38 Lyman 

Donahue Patrick F., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h 46 Summer 

Donahue Sylvester, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 45 Mosher 

Donahue Sylvestus, laborer, boards 4 Chestnut 

Donahue Thomas, house 163 Main 

Donahue Timothy, pedler, house 25 Maple 

Donahue Timothy J., emp Lynch Bros., house 63 Walnut 

Donahue [See Donoghue ] 

Donlan Dennis, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 115 Race 

Donlan Michael J., carpenter F. F. O'Neill, boards 30 High 

Donlin Thomas M., clerk James Doyle & Co., 93 High, h 124 Pine 

Donnelly Cornelius, emp Prentiss Wire Works, h n Highland, B. V. 

Donnelly Kate Miss, house 30 High 

Donnelly Lena A. Miss, milliner J. J. Fitzgibbon, bds 145 Dwight 

Donnelly Maud Miss, boards 297 Dwight 

Donnelly Michael, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 30 High 

Donnelly Peter J. (H. C. Carrington & Co.), house 145 Dwight 

Donnelly Thomas, emp Buchanan & Bolt, house 641 High 

Donnelly Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 20 Hampshire 

Donnelly Thomas, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 

Donoghue Bartholomew, foreman Prentiss Wire W'k , h Elm, B. V. 

Donoghue Daniel F., physician, office 217 High, house 27 Maple 

Donoghue Daniel P., clerk E. H. Allyn & Co., boards 14 Chestnut 

Donoghue Dennis, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house rear 147 Bridge 

Donoghue Dennis H., carpenter, house 14 Chestnut 

Donoghue H. M., saloon 22 Lyman, house do 

Donoghue James, emp Hadley Co., house 77 Lyman 

Donoghue Jeremiah, emp Prentiss Wire Works, rooms Emerald Hose 

house, 64 Chestnut 
Donoghue Jeremiah D., saloon 19 Chestnut, house 44 do 
Donoghue John B., emp Prentiss Wire Works, boards Elm, B. V. 
Donoghue John B., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 248 W. Dwight 
Donoghue John D., foreman dye house D. Mackintosh <fc Son, house 

94 Jackson 
Donoghue Michael, saloon 184 Lyman, house do 
Donoghue Roger P. (Callanan & Donoghue), boards 27 Maple 
Donoghue [See Donahue.] 

Donovan Catharine, widow Dennis, house 113 Hampden 
Donovan Cornelius, emp Connor Bros., boards 219 Park 
Donovan Daniel, carpenter, house 51 Appleton 
Donovan Dennis, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house rear 455 Main 
Donovan Edward, emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., boards 60 Lyman 



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Donovan Edward, machinist, emp R. Pattee & Co., boards 64 Race 
Donovan Florence M., rag engineer Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 

60 Lyman 
Donovan James, laborer, boards 65 Walnut 
Donovan John, emp Connor Bros., boards 219 Park 
Donovan Mary, domestic 530 Main 

Donovan Michael, shoemaker, emp P. J. Gilligan, boards 49 Appleton 
Doody Jeremiah, house O'Connor ave 
Doody Michael, emp city, house 104 Maple 
Doolan Edward B., emp John C. Smith, boards 414 Maple 
Doolan Honora, house 414 Maple 

Doolan Michael, laborer D. Mackintosh & Son, h Highland, B. V. 
Doolan Patrick, joiner, house 98 Walnut 
Doolan Sarah Mrs., house 32 Chestnut 
Doolan Thomas, laborer, house 77 Walnut 

Dooley Jeremiah, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 38 Hamilton 
Dooley Patrick, horseshoer, emp James Dwyer, boards 30 Front 
Dooling James, emp Munn & Baush, boards 85 Race 
Dooling Thomas, emp Munn & Baush, house 27 Jackson 
Doolittle Otis O., grocer, 248 West Hampden, house 246 do 
Doran Gabriel, emp H. C. Carrington & Co., boards 12 Oliver 
Doran James, emp Thomas Dillon, honse 12 Oliver 
Doran James W., house 56 Center 
Doran John C, house 22 Elm 
Doran John W., overseer carding department Lyman Mills No. 1, 

house 2 Hampden 
Doran Richard, emp M. C. Browne, boards 12 Oliver 
Dorais Raymond, clerk C. H. Woodsum & Co., boards 569 East 
Doray Joseph, carpenter, house 351 Main 
Doray Louis, laborer, house 546 Bridge 
Dorn Gilman, carpenter, house 105 Beech 

Dornbach Robert, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 649 Summer 
Dorsey Patrick, emp Crocker Mfg Co., boards 70 Canal (Ward 1) 
Dorval Edward A., clerk Dickieson, Reid & Co., rooms 69 High 
Doty E. B. Mrs., house 13 John 

Doucette George, emp F. D. Cordes, boards 123 Park 
Doucette Henri, emp Louis Doucette, boards 123 Park 
Doucette Isidore, peddler vegetables, etc., house 15 Fountain 
Doucette Louis, blacksmith & carriage maker, 10 Spring, h 123 Park 
Douchet Justin, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 22 Sargeant 
Dougherty Abbie, widow Patrick, house 63 Maple 
Dougherty James, chief of police, house 142 Walnut 
Dougherty Peter A., emp Albion Paper Co., house 56 Hamilton 
Dougherty Samuel W., removed to New York 
Dougherty Sarah, rooms 112 Lyman 
Dougherty. [See Doherty.] 

Douville Charles O., emp F. D. Cordes. house High 
Douville Mark, carpenter, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 15 West 
Douville. [See Dauville.] 
Dove Jane, widow William, house 54 Ely 
Dow Charles A., assistant janitor City Hall, house 107 Main 
Dow G. E. Miss, emp Transcript, rooms 276 Maple 

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Dowd Daniel F., clerk Callanan & Dongohue, house 54 Elm 

Dowd Daniel J., hostler C. W. Ranlet, house 68 Beech 

Dowd Dennis F., clerk J. F. Sullivan, boards 213 Lyman 

Dowd Edward, laborer, boards 65 Walnut 

Dowd Edward, watchman Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 73 Bridge 

(Ward 1) 
Dowd Emeline Mrs., boards 72 Newton 
Dowd Henry, emp G. P. Ellison, house 105 Pine 
Dowd James J. (J. & M. Dowd), house 105 Elm 
Dowd Jeremiah, emp Lynch Brothers, house 123 Sargeant 
Dowd John, emp Lynch Bros., boards 125 Sargeant 
Dowd John, laborer, boards 213 Lyman 

Dowd John T., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 226 Lyman 
Dowd J. & M. (James J. & Matthew Dowd), meat market, 96 Maple 

cor Lyman 
Dowd Maggie Miss, house 246 Lyman 
Dowd Matthew (J. & M. Dowd), house 95 Elm 
Dowd Michael, emp Lynch Bros., house 243 Lyman 
Dowd Michael, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., boards 91 Elm 
Dowd Patrick, laborer, house 482 Maple 
Dowd Patrick, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 222 Lyman 
Dowd Patrick J., laborer, house 236 Lyman 
Dowd Thomas, house 224 Lyman 

Dowd William, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 213 Lyman 
Dowd William B., teamster, house Mechanic (Ward 2) 
Dowd William Jr., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 213 Lyman 
Dowdell George, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Dowdell Lawrence, fireman Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 58 West 
Dowdell Patrick, emp Syrns & Dudley Paper Co., h So. Hadley Falls 
Dower James P., emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 95 Jackson 
Dower William J. Rev., asst pastor Church of the Sacred Heart, 

house 435 Maple 
Dowling Hannah Miss, clerk Ferguson & Logan, boards 134 Cabot 
Down Thomas, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 32 Hamilton 
Downes Bridget, widow James, house 62 Elm 
Downes Thomas J., removed to Hartford, Conn. 
Downey Ann Mrs., rooms 189 High 
Downey Bernard, emp Hadley Co., boards 134 Lyman 
Downey Frank, emp Lyman Mills, boards 134 Lyman 
Downey Julia Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 63 Ely 
Downey Martin M., emp Hadley Co., house 34 Canal 
Downey Michael, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 415 Maple 
Downie Andrew, overseer Hadley Co., house 61 Center 
Downing Allen, removed to So. Hadley Falls 
Downing Crohan, emp J. C. Smith, boards 636 Main 
Downing Daniel F., emp Tuttle Rubber Works, house 145 Dwight 
Downing David C, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 107 Race 
Downing Dennis S., watchman Deane Steam Pump Co., h 107 Race 
Downing Edward P., laborer, house 267 Park 
Downing James W., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 249 Park 
Downing Jeremiah, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 Main 
Downing Michael, clerk Thomas E. Sullivan, boards 187 Lyman 



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Downing Thomas, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 107 Race 
Downs John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., rooms 194 High 
Downs Timothy J., clerk 77 Main, house 194 High 
Doyon Joseph A., shoemaker, emp D. E. Sullivan, 209 High, h 51 

Bond 
Doyle Cornelius J., emp J. Doyle & Co., boards 123 Dwight cor Elm 
Doyle Elizabeth Miss, house 16 West 
Doyle Ellen, widow Cornelius, house 105 Hampden 
Doyle James (James Doyle & Co.), house 133 Dwight 
Doyle James, carpenter, house 99 Walnut 

DOYLE JAMES & CO., grocers, emigration and foreign ex- 
change agents, 93 High. [See page 461.] 
Doyle James C, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 30 Hamilton 
Doyle James F., emp Hadley Co., boards 69 Lyman 
Doyle James Jr. clerk James Doyle & Co., boards 133 Dwight 
Doyle Jane Miss, house 16 West 
Doyle Johanna, widow James, house 44 Elm 
Doyle John, coal and wood peddler, boards 61 Elm 
Doyle John, foreman fine wire room Prentiss Wire Works, house 185 

Hampden 
Doyle John, emp T. F. Kegan, house 123 Newton 
Doyle John, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., boards 217 Hampden 
Doyle John, laborer, boards 79 Fountain 
Doyle Margaret, widow Jeremiah, house 217 West Hampden 
Doyle Michael, emp Hadley Co., boards 105 Hampden 
Doyle Michael, emp Landers Brothers, house rear 43 Fountain 
Doyle Michael F., supt. machine shop John C. Smith, house 199 Main 
Doyle Michael R., emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., bds 217 West Hamp- 
den 
Doyle Patrick, laborer, house 42 Prospect 
Doyle Thomas, laborer, house 61 Elm 
Doyle Thomas F., emp T. F. Kegan, house 88 Newton 
Doyle Thomas W., truant officer, office city hall, house 185 Dwight 
Doyon Joseph A., emp D. E. Sullivan, house 51 Bond 
Dragon Arthur, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 23 Fountain 
Dragon John, house 23 Fountain 

Dragon Lewis, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 14 Canal 
Drake E. E. Miss, rooms (13) Tilleys Block, 235 High 
Drapeau Adelard, removed to Fall River, Mass. 
Drapeau Cleophas, emp Lyman Mills, house 111 Lyman 
Drapeau Edward Mrs., house 111 Lyman 
Drapeau Pierre, emp Lyman Mills, boards 111 Lyman 
Draper Edgar L., physician, office 3 Dwight, house 180 Walnut 
Draper Edward P., clerk Holyoke Machine Co., boards 266 Maple 
Drasdell Mary, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 7 Hampden 
Dreicorn Emile, painter, house 287 Main 
Dressell Charles, clerk T. Spamer, boards 315 Park 
Drew Absalom, city scavinger, house near Ashley Pond 
Drew John W., removed to Norwich, Conn 
Driscoll Alexander, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 117 Race 
Driscoll Daniel, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Driscoll Daniel, emp S. B. Allyn, Northampton, B. V,, boards do 



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Driscoll Daniel W., clerk 215 Lyman, house 101 Hampden 

Driscoll Edward, boards 11 V Race 

Driscoll Jeremiah Mrs., house 39 Summer, (Ward 1) 

Driscoll Jeremiah, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Driscoll John, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 511 Bridge 

Driscoll John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 81 Elm 

Driscoll John, house 117 Race 

Driscoll Mary, widow Patrick, house 118 Lyman 

Driscoll Mary, widow John, house 81 Elm 

Driscoll Margaret, widow Mathew, house 32 Cabot 

Driscoll Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., house 32 Cabot 

Driscoll Patrick, laborer, house 40 Walnut 

Driscoll Rebecca, widow John, house 117 Race 

Driscoll Richard, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 48 Lyman 

Drollette Jasper D., barber, emp A. Oldershaw, boards 15 Bowers 

Druce Frederick, overseer weaving dept Lyman Mills No. 3, h 89 Front 

Druce Milton, clerk Winona Paper Co., rooms 89 Front 

Drummond John emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 61 Chestnut 

Drury Sarah W. Mrs., house 260 West Hampden 

Dube Alfred, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., house 61 Race 

Dube Cerius, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 568 East 

Dube Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 553 South Canal 

Dube Joseph, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 15 Fountain 

Dube Joseph, tailor, emp 306 Main, boards 289 do 

Dubois Aime F., barber, 75j Main, house 319 do 

Dubois Felix, emp H. Glazed Paper and Card Co., boards 101 Lyman 

Dubois Felix, emp Conn. R. Pulp Co., house 93 Park 

Dubois Herminigile, emp Dickinson Paper Co., house 61 Center 

Dubois Marceline Mrs., house 28 High 

Dubrou Augustus Mrs., house 77 Seargeant 

Ducette [See Doucette 

Ducharme Camille, emp Val Moquin, house 103 Lyman 

Ducharme Eldrege, carpenter, boards 534 East 

Ducharme Henriette Mrs., house 534 East 

Ducharme Hyacinth e, emp Lemuel Sears, house 93 Park 

Ducharme Joseph, laborer, b »ards 534 East 

Ducharme Joseph, removed to Marlboro 

Ducharme Louis, cleA, P. Bonvouloir, Jr., rooms 63 Cabot 

Ducharme Moise, boards 534 East 

Ducharme Moses, laborer, house 534 East 

Ducharme Stephen N., watchman Excelsior Paper Co., h 84 Lyman 

Ducharme Trefle, laborer, house 332 East 

Ducharme Vallere, clerk, Sainte Marie & Beauchemin, boards 93 Park 

HTJCLOS CHARLES L. MRS., dressmaker 235 High, house do 

lJ [See page 438.] 

Duclos Frederick, carpenter, Merrick Lumber Co., house 231 Main 

Duclos Joseph, pedler, boards 55 Park 

Duclos Peter, grocer, 97 Park, house 55 Park 

Duclos Philip, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house rear 56 Hamilton 

Dudley Geo. E., treas Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds Holyoke House 

Dudley Oscar, teamster/H. E. Gay lord, house Pleasant c Grant S. H. F. 

Dudley Patrick, emp TIadley Co., house 63 Pine 



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Dufault Charles, carpenter, house 69 Walnut 

Dufault John, blacksmith, emp A. Newton, boards Bridge 

Dufault Pierre, house 650 East 

Default Telesphore, stone cutter, house 51 Cabot 

DUFF PATRICK J., saloon 359 Main, house 357 do [See page 
513.] 
Duffield Owen, boards 6 Hampshire 
Duffield William S., removed to Hamilton, Ontario 
Duffin Irene, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Duffy Catherine, widow John, house 176 Cabot 
Duffy Edward, painter, boards 1 Center 
Duffy James, boards 6 Hampshire 
Duffy John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 33 East 
Duffy Owen, house 6 Hampshire 
Dufifo Albert, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 31 Cabot 

DUFRESNE ALEXANDER N., grocer and liquor dealer 49 
Cabot, house 51 do [See page 463.] 
Dufresne Rev A. B., pastor Church of Precious Blood, h 84 Park 
Dufresne Damine, laborer, boards 568 E^st 
Dufresne Elzear, laborer, boards 568 East 
Dufresne Euclid, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 568 East 
Dufresne Eusebe, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 375 Main 
Dufresne Henry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 525 Bridge 
Dufresne Joseph, blacksmith, house Hamilton n Main 

DUFRESNE LANDRE, meat market, 566 East, house Cabot 
cor East. [See page 475.] 
Dufresne Leandre, house 568 East 

Dufresne Louis E., blacksmith Merrick Thread Co., house 375 Main 
Dufresne Ulderick, laborer, boards 568 East 

Dufresne William, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 50 Summer 
Dugan Alice, widow John, house 72 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Dugan Helen, widow Timothy, house 36 Sargeant 
Dugan Thomas, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 6 Hampshire 
Dugan Timothy, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 426 Maple 
Dugas Abel, emp George Richards, house 582 East 
Dugas George, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 173 Park 
Dugdale John, laborer, house School, near Mechanic, B. V. 
Duhag James, laborer, house 40 Elm 
Duhaime Henry, policeman, house 6 Hampden 
Duhaime Henry Mrs., dress and cloak making, 6 Hampden 
Duhaime Joseph, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 255 High 
Duhaime R. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 255 High, house do 
Duhamel Frederic, removed to Canada 
Duhamel John, emp Landers Bros., house 103 Pine 
Duhamel Theophile, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 12 Potvin ave 
Duke F. Maurice, stone cutter, house 25 Cabot 
Dullard Bridget, widow Michael, house 140 Maple 
Dulude Bruno, carpenter, house 85 High 
Dulude Theophile, emp Watson, Ely & Son, house 13 Union 
Dulude. [See Delude.] 

Dumas Edmund, emp Lyman Mills, boards 88 High 
Dumas Joseph, painter, house 88 High 



78 HOLYOKE [33] DIRECTORY. 



Dumas Josette, widow Leblanc, boards 5 Oliver 

Dumoulin John, carpenter, house 131 Park 

Dumoulin Louis, removed to Taunton, Mass. 

DumoulinJPhilip, house 101 Lyman 

Dumoulin. [See also Miller.] 

Dunbar John G., emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., house 8 Hampshire 

Duncan John, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 149 Dwight 

Duncan Thomas W., foreman finishing room Geo. R. Dickinson Paper 

Co., house 196 Walnut 
Dunrlon Patrick, emp R. T. Prentiss, house 10 High 
Dunford James, emp Albion Paper Co., house 10 Bridge 
Dunford John, house 140 Maple 

Dunford John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 10 Bridge 
Dunford Michael, emp city, house 125 Hampden 
Dunford Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., house 57 Bridge 
Dunford Patrick, emp Riverside Paper Co., bds 10 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Dunham Joseph M., supt Merrick Thread Co., house 190 Walnut 
Dunlavey Jeremiah, emp J. Delanej', house 24 Prospect 
Dunn Ellen Mrs., house 81 Fountain 
Dunn Michael J. (Fenton & Dunn), house 209 Beech 
Dunn Peter, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 134 Lyman 

DUNN PETER E., saloon, 38 Main, rooms 7 do. [See page 
510.] 
Dunn Philip, boards 209 Beech 

Dunn Robert E., clerk Peter E. Dunn, house 56 Center 
Dunn Thomas, laborer, house 42 Elm 
Dunn Richard, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 79 Main 
Dunyon John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., rooms 35 Hampden 
Dupont Abraham D., carpenter, F. F. O'Neill, boards 542 East 
Dupont Alfred, hostler E. L. Caswell, boards 77 Park 
Dupont Cyprien, emp Beebe & Holbrook, boards 16 Canal 
Dupont Dolphus L., saloon, 293 Main, house do 
Dupont Marceline Hilaire, house 16 Canal 
Dupont Joseph, emp A. F. Gingras, boards 88 High 
Dupont Joseph, emp A. F. Gingras, house 88 High 
Dupont Peter, emp R. Mosher, boards 16 Canal 
Dupras Mizael, emp Holyoke Furniture Co., house 70 Cabot 
Dupre Arthur, carpenter, boards 534 East 
Dupre Jane Mrs., house rear 135 Lyman 
Dupre Julian, carpenter, boards 123 Newton 
Dupre Lucy Mrs., house 25 Cabot 
Dupre Zephie, rooms 12 Dwight 
Dupuis David, chopper, house 28 Union 

Dupuis Ezeb, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 553 So. Canal 
Dupuis Lucy Mrs., house Cabot n Canal 
Dupuis Ovide, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house 514 East 
Dupuis Phillip, emp Lyman Mills, boards 28 Union 
Duquette Nelson, house 521 Bridge 

Durand Charles, emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 191 Dwight 
Durant Oliver, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 615 Summer 
Durgan Wade II., emp Hadley Co , house 86 West 
Durkee J., carpenter, rooms 86 West 



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Durnin Hugh, dyer, boards 68 Race 

Durnin James, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 27 East 

Durnin Peter, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., boards 27 East 

Durocher Alfred (P. Durocher & Son), boards 572 East 

Durocher Edmund, laborer, boards 71 Park 

Durocher Francois, emp Albion Paper Co., house 13 Union 

Durocher Pierre (P. Durocher & Son), house 572 East 

Durocher Pierre Jr., clerk P. Durocher & Son, boards 572 East 

DUROCHER P. & SON (Pierre and Alfred Durocher), grocers, 
562 East. [See page 466.] 
Dusseault Frank, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 41 Cabot 
Dusseault John B., emp Newton Paper Co., house 41 Cabot 
Dutiguy Herminigile, emp Winona Paper Co., house rear 12 West 
Dutton Austin, hostler, rooms 136 Beech 
Dutton Maria Miss, rooms 12 Newton 

Duval Alexandre, foreman flock room Connor Bros., house 105 Lyman 
Duval Alphonse, laborer, boards 107 Lyman 
Duval Jean B., laborer, house 107 Lyman 
Duval Paul, laborer, house 17 Fountain 

Duval Theophile, emp Newton Paper Co., house 13 Fountain 
D wight R. Ogden, lawyer, 63 Main, house So Hadley Falls 
Dwight Will G. (Loomis & Dwight), rooms 247 High 
Dwyer Albert, farm hand, boards Back street 
Dwyer Catherine Mrs., house 63 Walnut 

DWYER JAMES, horseshoer 6 Suffolk n High, house 35 Foun- 
tain. [See page 489.] 
Dwyer Joseph, emp Chad wick & Chad wick, house 381 Main 
Dyer Catharine, widow John H., house 153 Main 
Dyer Charles, book-keeper J. N. Sackett, house 10 Taylor 

Eagan James, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 14 Oliver 

Eagan John, laborer, house rear 63 Maple 

Eagan Mary Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, house 128 High 

Eagan Michael, emp Win. B. Whiting & Co., boards 217 Hampden 

Eagan Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, boards 43 Front 

Eagan Patrick, emp Water Power Co, boards off Sargeant bet 1st 

and 2d level 
Eagan Peter, emp Hadley Co., boards 73 Ely 
Eames Albert L., clerk G. E. Russell, residence Springfield 
Eames Frank M., station agent N. H. & N. R. R., boards 266 Maple 
Earl Richard H., emp Hadley Co., house 38 Summer (Ward 1) 
Eastman Alexander R., (Eastman & Nuttall), rooms 122 High 
Eastman Alfred S., painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, boards 13 John 
Eastman David, emp Eastman & Nuttall, boards 276 High 
17ASTMAN WILLIAM, produce dealer 168 High, house 59 
Hi Pleasant. [See page 467.] 
Eastman & Nuttall (Alexander R. Eastman, Isaac Nuttall), house 

painters, 265 High 
Easton William B., removed to Washington Territory 
Eastwood Henry, emp Lyman Mills No. 3, house 59 Front 
Eaton John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 95 Jackson 
Eaton Silas, emp Water Power Co., house 38 Ely 



80 HOLYOKE [B] DIKECTORY. 



Eberhardt Hermann, emp Germania Mills, house 598 So Canal 

Eckhardt Louis, machinist Munn & Baush, boards 383 Park 

Edmunds John, overseer repairs D. Mackintosh & Son, h 59 Newton 

Edson Archibald C, stenographer Hoi Water Power Co., h 37 Suffolk 

Edwards Julia, widow Charles E., house 64 Bond 

Edward* William H., emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 306 East 

Eger Charles, emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house 54 Adams 

Eger Herman, farmer, house Westfield Road 

Eger Max, emp Hoi Wire Mattress Co., boards 97 Jackson 

Eggleston William, foreman C. B. Davis Brick Co., house 733 High 

Egnor James, emp A. C Nevins, house 67 Walnut 

Eismann Franz, watch and fireman Germmia Mills, bds South, B. V. 

Eismann Hermann, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 303 Park 

Elcock Frederick S., barber, emp~J. Boyer, Jr., boards 113 High 

Eldridge Charles, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, boards 143 Main 

Elford Mary Mrs., house 46 Walnut 

Elliott Charles, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 104 Pleasant 

Elliott Charles E., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 38 Hamiltou 

Elliott William, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 31 Hamilton 

Elford James H., house 48 Chestnut 

Ellis Charles E., rooms 24 Newton Place 

Ellis Martha, emp Hadley Co., rooms 4 West 

Ellis Willard C, supt rag room Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 111 

D wight 
Ellison Albert C , emp George P. Ellison, house 17 High 
Ellison Charles D.. removed to North Springfield, Vt. 

ELLISON GEORGE P., furnishes express and jobbing wagons 
for all kinds trucking, office 17 High and 141 Main, house 
Northampton, B. V. [See page 481.] 
Ellsworth Alfred B., rooms 69 Dwight 

ELLSWORTH EMORY A., civil and mechanical engineer and 
city engineer, City Hall, house 32 Essex. [See page 495.] 
El well Oscar F., emp and boards T. Merrick, Northampton, B. V. 
Ely Austin, house 164 Chestnut 
Ely Charles, clerk, house 190 Dwight 
Ely Cynthia, boards 13 Ely court 
Ely Frank (Watson Ely & Son), house 321 Maple 
Ely Harriet, widow Lucius, boards 289 Maple 
Ely Henry M., emp M. Ely, house Northampton, B. V. 
Ely Henry S., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards N. Ely, Beech n B. V. 
Ely Joseph, freight clerk C. R. R. R., house 186 Walnut 
Ely Lucius, foreman repairs Merrick Thread Co., No. 2 mill, house 

216 Pine 
Ely Mary, widow Pelatiah, boards Northampton, B. V. 
Ely Morris, carriage maker, shop and house Northampton, B. V. 
Ely Novatus, farmer, house Beech, n B. V. 
Ely Oscar, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 
Ely Sarah E. Miss, librarian Hoi Public Library, bds 186 Walnut 
Ely Watson (Watson Ely & Son), house 289 Maple 

ELY .WATSON & SON (Watson Ely, Frank W. Ely), dealers 
in lumber, mouldings, etc., planing and saw mill 122 Front. 
[See page 412.] 



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Ely Willard, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 

Embury Jonas A., emp W. Ely & Son, house 11 Newton Place 

Emerson Edwin B., book-keeper H. H. Carter, house 192 Walnut 

Emerson Henry S., harness maker, emp 249 High, rooms 252 Maple 

Emery Abbie F., widow Ansel G., house 82 West 

Emery Henry, clerk Holyoke Envelope Co., rooms 55 D wight 

Emery Joseph, carpenter, rooms 7 Main 

Emery Susan, widow Caleb G., boarding house 15 Newton 

Emo Edward, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 38 Race 

Emood Augustin, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 511 Bridge 

Engel Adolph, emp John C. Smith, house 633 Bridge 

Engel William, ernp Holyoke Machine Co., house 633 Bridge 

Engle William M., second hand spinning room Hadley Co., h 49 Canal 

England George H., jeweler and watchmaker 233 High, rooms 206 Elm 

Engler Frank, emp Germania Mills, house 381 Park 

English James, removed to Springfield 

English James C, saloon 71 Fountain, h do. 

Enright John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house rear 588 East 

Erbe Emil, emp Germania Mills, house 383 Park 

Erhardt John, lo >m fixer, house 811 High 

Ernst Catherine Mrs., house 599 Bridge 

Esinhart Andrew (Esinhart & Co.), house 55 Park 

17SINHART & CO., grocers, 185 Main. [See page 466.] 

Esketh Henry, emp Lyman Mills, house 3 Oliver 

Esleeck Augustine W., agt and treas Valley Paper Co., h 239 Maple 

Esleeck Ruth, widow John, boards 239 Maple 

Estelle Rosalie Mrs., house 321 Main 

Estes Edward M., book-keeper Holyoke Envelope Co., res Springfield 

Etheridge Emma Mrs., boards 215 Elm 

Ethier Jean B., emp John C. Smith, boards 19 Hamilton 

Ethier Jere, teamster, house 646 East 

Ethier Joseph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 70 Cabot 

Ethier Louis N., house 93 Park 

Ethier Remi, teamster, boards 43 Park 

Ethier Simon Mrs., house 19 Hamilton 

Etienne Bruno, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 76 West 

Evans Charles R., emp Lyman Mills, house 124 Lyman 

Evans Frederick, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 624 Main 

Evans George, boards 38 Lyman 

Evans Henry J., emp in Bridgeport, Ct., house 38 Lyman (Ward 1) 

Evans John H , overseer cloih room Lyman Mills, house 73 Front 

EVANS NELSON J., billiard room, 85 Dwight, house 83 do. 
[See page 508.] 
Evans Sarah Mrs., house 4 Oliver 
Everett Margaret Mrs., boards 132 Cabot 

Everett Peter E., harness maker, emp J. T. Hunter, boards 13 John 
Everleth Herbert G., removed to Putney, Vt. 

Ewen John, fireman Nonotuck Paper Co., house So. Hadley Falls 
Ewing George C, house 256 West Dwight 

EXCELSIOR PAPER CO. D- M. Dickinson, treas, third level 
canal near overflow. [See page 368.] 



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Ezold August, emp Germania Mills, house 681 Main 
Ezold Bruno, emp Germania Mills, house 681 Main 
Ezold R. Emil, barber shop, 33 Hampden, house 143 Pine 

Fahey John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 68 Race* 

Fahey John, removed to Lee, Mass. 

Fahey Mary Miss, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 43 Bridge 

Fahey Thomas, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 529 So. Canal 

Fairbanks Arthur P., emp D. H. & J. C. Newton, boards 284 Maple 

Fairfield Adella H. Mrs., house 185 Pine 

Fairfield Maria C. Mrs., house Northampton, I. P. 

FAIRFIELD MOSES, harness maker, 30 Dwight cor Front, 
house 131 Walnut. [See page 483.] 
Fairfield Roswell M., office Whiting Paper Co., house Fairfield ave, 

cor Northampton, I. P. 
Fairhurst Thomas, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 21 Adams 
Fales Samuel V., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 61 Center 
Faley Edward, emp Farr Alpaca Co , house 52 Sargeant 
Fallon Ann Mrs., emp Holyoke Paper Co., h Sargeant opp paper mill 
Fallon Bryan Mrs., house 1 Chestnut 
Fallon Hannah, widow Peter, house 11 Hampshire 
Fallon James, clerk J. H. Fitzsimmons, rooms 20 Cabot 
Fallon Maggie Miss, rooms 275 Main 

Fallon Michael, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 16 Jackson 
Fallon Peter, boards 11 Hampshire 

Fallon Thomas, fireman D. Mackintosh & Son, house 16 Jackson 
Fallon Thomas A., blacksmith, emp Fenton & Dunn, rooms 317 High 
Falter Elizabeth, widow Sebastian, removed to Willimansett 
Falvey Dennis, laborer, boards 79 Fountain 
Falvey Julia, widow Timothy, house 79 Fountain 
Falvey Martin, laborer, boards 79 Fountain 
Falvey Patrick, emp John Delaney, boards 81 Fountain 
Falvey Timothy, mason's helper, house 226 Lyman 
Farley George P., lawyer, 235 High, rooms 26 West 
Farley Joseph E., prin Farlev's Commercial College, rooms 26 West 
Farley Lawrence, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 54 Sargeant 
Farley Mary C. Mrs., house 275 Main 

Farley's Commercial College, J. E. Farley, principal, 238 Maple 
Farnell James, removed to Lowell, Mass. 
Farnum Ella Miss, teacher, rooms 112 Dwight 
Farnum Hiram N., painter and paper hanger, house 230 Dwight 
Farnum Lydia Miss, house Northampton, I. P. 

FARR ALPACA CO. manufacturers of alpacas, serges and 
worsted goods, Joseph Metcalf, treas, Herbert M. Farr, agt, 
Bigelow bet Appleton and Cabot. [See page 379.] 
Farr Dennie L., paymaster Farr Alpaca Co., boards 155 Walnut 
Farr Diana Mrs., boards 75 Appleton cor Walnut 
Farr Herbert M., agt Farr Alpaca Co., house 79 Appleton 
Farr Hoit F., overseer finishing dept Farr Alpaca Co., h 155 Walnut 
Farr Thomas, stonecutter, boards 87 Race 
Farrall Alice Miss, emp 13 John, boards do 
Farrall Eugene, house 87 High 



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Farrall John J., house 3 Oliver 

Farrell Bridget Miss, rooms 194 High 

Farrell Ellen, widow James, house 65 Elm 

Farrell Hannah, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 211 Lyman 

Farrell James, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 13 John 

Farrell John, emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 211 Lyman 

Farrell John, boards 87 High 

Farrell Kate Miss, rooms 35 Hampden 

Farrell Mary, Massasoit Paper Co., boards 211 Lyman 

Farrell Patrick, emp Hadley Co., house 8 Chestnut 

Farrell Patrick, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 160 Pine 

Farrell Patrick, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 26 Chestnut 

Farrell William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Farrington Clarence L., paymaster Hadley Co., rooms 103 D wight 

Faucher Cyrill, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 25 Fountain 

Favreau John B. E., house 87 Lyman 

Favreau Sophie Mrs., house 49 Hamilton 

FAY COLLAMER T., boots and shoes, 39 D wight, house 175 
Beech. [See page 430.] 
Fay Frank E., clerk C. T. Fay, boards 175 Beech 
Feather Frank, tinner, house 81 Bond 

Feldten Hermann F., emp H. Seymour Cutlery Co., house 514 High 
Fennelty Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co , boards 16 Bridge 
Fenner James, removed to Three Rivers 
Fenno E. A. & Co. (E. A. Fenno), grocers, 45 Dwight 
Fenno Edward A. (E. A. Fenno & Co.), house 2 Newton 
Fenno Fred. A., travelling salesman, rooms 292 Maple 
Fenno Herbert, clerk Boston Branch grocery, rooms 224 Maple 
Fenno Parker, removed to Boston 
Fenton Bridget Miss, house 72 Canal 
Fenton Eugene, house 19 Chestnut 

Fenton James, clerk Clark & Richard, boards 25 Chestnut 
Fenton John J. (Fenton & Dunn), house 27 Suffolk 
Fenton Mary widow Patrick, house South, B. V. 
Fenton Morris, emp Crocker Manufacturing Co., house 50 Summer 

(Ward 1) 
Fenton Morris D., policeman, house 114 Sargeant 
Fenton Patrick, emp C. B. Davis, boards 34 Elm 
Fenton Patrick, emp Germania Mills, house 353 Park 

FENTON & DUNN (John J. Fenton, Michael J. Dunn), mfrs of 
carriages and wagons, horse shoers and farriers 84 to 86 Hamp, 
den. [See page 420.] 
FERGUSON ARCHIBALD, prop City Dye House 321 High, 
X 1 house 323 do [See page 449.] 

Ferguson Clark H., traveling salesman, house 69 Front 
Ferguson Hial C, clerk Windsor Hotel 
Ferguson James, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 71 Race 
Ferguson Lydia M. Mrs., boards 69 Front 
Ferguson Merritt S., physician 217 High, house 49 Pleasant 
Ferguson Robert M. (Ferguson & Logan), rooms 254 Maple 
Ferguson Thomas C, machinist, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 70 
Race 



84 HOLYOKE [JT] DIRECTOEY. 



FERGUSON & LOGAN (Robert M. Ferguson, John P. Logan) 
dry goods, 153 High. [See page 436.] 
Ferrell Alex, Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., bds Germania Hotel 
Ferrell George F., engineer, Nonotuck Paper Co. house 17 Mosher 
Ferrell Her ry, removed to Ware 

Ferrell Michael, emp' Wauregan Paper Co., boards 6 Mosher 
Ferrell Michael H., stone cutter, Jackson & McCormick, bds 275 Main 
Ferris Christopher, laborer, house 22 High 
Ferris Edgar S., emp A. C. Kevins, house 185 Hampden 
Ferris Edwin T., emp Mass. Screw Co., rooms 30 Bond 
Ferris John, porter Windsor Hotel 

Ferris Martin emp Albion Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 
Ferriter James, house 67 Walnut 
Ferriter Johanna Mrs., house 35 Prospect 

Ferriter John, janitor, Holyoke Water Power Co., houee 48 Pine 
Ferriter Thomas, emp Union Paper Co., boards 51 East (Ward 1) 
Ferron Charles, laborer, house 17 West 
Ferry Harry E., repairer at Prentiss Wire Mill, h 16 Newton Place 

FIELD JESSE A., prop Holyoke Carpet Cleaning Works 120 
Front, house 318 Hampden. [See page 449.] 
Field Robert, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 232 Lyman 
Fields Frank, emp Winona Paper Co, house 20 Hampshire 
Fields Henry, presser Farr Alpaca Co., boards 49 Race 
Fife Elizabeth Mrs., boards 2 Oliver 

Fife Joseph, emp Merrick Thread Co. No. 3, boards 15 West 
Fife Louis, house 15 West 

Fife Louis Jr., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 15 West 
Fife Mary, house 12 Potvin ave 

Fillion Ferdinand, grocer and confectioner 15 Union, house do 
Finch Emma T. Miss, teacher . Appleton street school, bds 266 Maple 
Finn Daniel, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., boards 175 High 
Finn Eugene, emp Union Paper Co., boards 173 Park 
Finn James, laborer, house 29 Lyman 
Finn Johanna J. widow John, house 127 Walnut 
Finn John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 226 Lyman 
Finn John, emp Crocker Mfg Co., boards 29 Lyman 
Finn Michael J., grocer, coal and wood dealer 95 High, h 263 Dwight 
Finn Thomas, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 226 Lyman 
Finnegan Mary widow John, house 81 Elm 
Finnerty Mary widow Patrick, house 23 Prospect 

17INNESSEY EDWARD F ., confectioner, Mosher corner Main, 
house 44 Elm. [See page 445.] 
Finnessey James, laborer, house 44 Elm 
Finnessey James Jr., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 44 Elm 
Finnessey Richard, hostler, M. Hicks & Co., boards 44 Elm 
Finnety Adelia Miss, house 133 High 

First Baptist Church, corner Northampton and South B. V. 
Fisco Honore, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 37 Cabot 
Fisher Frank, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 2 Appleton 
Fisher John, dry goods 265 Park, house do 
Fisher William, emp T. F. Kegan, house 80 West 
Fisher, [See Forcier.] 



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Fisk Mary S. Mrs., boards 127 Chestnut 

Fitch Margaret Mrs., boards 17 Oliver 

Fitzgerald Catherine widow Michael, house 107 Elm 

Fitzgerald Daniel, (Fitzgerald & Co.,) house 4 Essex 

Fitzgerald Edward, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 30 Appleton 

Fitzgerald Edward A., (McMahon & Fitzgerald), rooms 2 Dwight 

Fitzgerald Ellen Mrs., house 37 Sargeant 

Fitzgerald Ellen Jane, house 46 Lyman 

Fitzgerald Eugene, teamster, emp C. B. &. J. A. Davis, house 41 Elm 

Fitzgerald Frank, brick mason, house 113 Hampden 

Fitzgerald Ganvtt, carpenter, emp W. Ely & Son, rooms 35 Hampden 

Fitzgerald Garrett, brick mason, house 43 Elm 

Fitzgerald Hannah Miss, milliner, emp 124 High, boards 24 Prospect 

Fitzgerald Honora, widow M chael, house 43 Elm 

Fitzgerald James, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 1 8 Maple 

Fitzgerald James, laborer, house 61 Walnut 

Fitzgerald James M., house 10 Chestnut 

Fitzgerald Jerry, emp Barr's restaurant* rooms 270 Maple 

Fitzgerald John, laborer, house 226 Lyman 

Fitzgerald John, boards 575 Bridge 

Fitzgerald John, emp Winona Paper Co., house 120 Sargeant 

Fitzgerald John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 21 Prospect 

Fitzgerald John, emp Lynch Brothers, house 69 Elm 

Fitzgerald John emp Lynch Brothers, boards 575 Bridge 

Fitzgerald Kate, widow John, house 54 Sargeant 

Fitzgerald Kate Mrs., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 16 Maple 

Fitzgerald Kate Miss, 37 Sargeant 

Fitzgerald Margaret Miss, house 18 Maple 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow Patrick, house 577 Bridge 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow Maurice, boards 91 Elm 

Fitzgerald Mary Mrs., house 85 Hampden 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow Patrick, house 61 Elm 

Fitzgerald Mary, widow John, house 4 Essex 

Fitzgerald Maurice, emp Lyman Mills, boards 43 Front 

Fitzgerald Maurice C, saloon and house 34 Elm 

Fitzgerald Michael, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 74 Lyman 

Fitzgerald Michael, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, rooms 243 Elm 

Fitzgerald Michael, house 77 Bridge 

Fitzgerald Michael, boards 213 Lyman 

Fitzgerald Michael J., hostler J. G. Mackintosh, rooms do 

Fitzgerald Morris, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 575 Bridge 

Fitzgerald Morris, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, bds 10 Chestnut 

Fitzgerald Nicholas, boards 54 Sargeant 

Fitzgerald Patrick, bricklayer, house 62 Fountain 

Fitzgerald Patrick, emp Kennedy & Sullivan, boards 69 Elm 

Fitzgerald Patrick, removed to Lowell 

Fitzgerald Patrick, saloon 61 Maple, house 63 do 

Fitzgerald Patrick, Jr , emp Charles B. Davis, boards 222 Lyman 

Fitzgerald Richard F., clerk, house 107 Elm 

Fitzgerald Stephen, boards 62 Fountain 

Fitzgera'd Thomas, laborer, boards 91 Elm 

Fitzgerald Thomas, tailor, house 69 Walnut 



86 HOLYOKE [ F] DIRECTORY. 



Fitzgerald Thomas, emp J. N. Sackett, house 62 Fountain 
FitzgeralcTThomas F., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, h 213 Lyman 
Fitzgerald Thomas F., clerk, boards 225 Lyman 
Fitzgerald Thomas J., emp Dickieson, Reid & Co., boards Lyman n 

Walnut 
Fitzgerald Thomas T., engineer Lyman Mills, house 225 Lymin 

FITZGERALD & CO., (Daniel Fitzgerald), booksellers, station- 
ers and newsdealers, mathematical instruments and artists' ma- 
terials, 196 High. [See page 441.] 
Fitz Gibbon James, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 11 Hampden 
Fitz Gibbon John J., emp Transcript office, house 145 Uwight 
Fitz Gibbon John J. Mrs., millinery 180 High, house 145 Dwight 
Fitz Gibbon Mary, widow John, house 5 High 
Fitz Gibbon Michael R., emp Transcript office, boards 5 High 
Fitzpatrick Bridget Mrs., house 511 South Canal 
Fitzpatrick Bridget Mrs., house 89 Hampden 

Fitzpatrick Katie Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 110 Hampden 
Fitzpatrick Maggie Miss, cook M. G. Lothrop, boards 127 High 
Fitzsimmons Andrew J., clerk, boards 20 Cabot 
Fitzsimmons Bridget, emp Hadley Co., boards 2 Oliver 
Fitzsimmons James H., grocer, 393 Main, house 20 Cabot 
Fitzsimmons John P., book-keeper H. C. Carrington & Co., boards 45 

Hamilton 
Fitzsimmons Philip, house 45 Hamilton 

Fitzsimmons Robert, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 106 High 
Fitzsimmons William M., tea store 423 Main, boards 45 Hamilton 
Flagg Sarah E., widow Ezra H, house 211 Chestnut 
Flagg Waldo H., pattern maker, boards 73 Newton 
Flahave Patrick, emp A. C. Kevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Flaherty Bridget, widow David, house 104 Race 
Flaherty John, laborer, house 121 Park 

Flaherty Vlichael, emp Hoi Water Power Co., house 20 Hampshire 
Flaherty Morgan, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 13 John 
Flaherty Patrick, house 61 Walnut 
Flaherty Thomas, house rear 113 Race 
Flaherty Thomas, emp Conn. R. R. R., house 107 Maple 
Flaherty Timothy, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 13 John 
Flament Alphonse, emp F. Octo & Co., boards 19 Oliver 
Flament Joseph, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 19 Oliver 
Flanagan Bridget, widow John, house 49 Summer 
Flanagan Francis, laborer, house 133 High 
Flanagan John, boards 28 Cabot 

Flanagan John, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 575 Bridge 
Flanagan Mary Mrs,, emp Windsor Hotel 
Flanagan Mary Mrs., house 128 High 
Flanagan Patrick, house 455 Main 

Flanagan Peter, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 575 Bridge 
Flanagan Peter, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 28 Cabot 
Flanagan Peter J., physician, 133 High 
Flanagan Thomas, boards 20 Worcester Plaae 

FLANAGAN THOMAS J., wholesale liquor dealer 163 Lyman, 
house 194 Dwight. [See page 511.] 



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Flanders Charles H., emp Lyman Mills, house 21 West 
Flanders Timothy B. (Buttrick & Flanders), house 176 Chestnut 
Flannery Margaret, widow Timothy, house 110 Hampden 
Flannery William, agent Household sewing machine, 59 D wight, res- 
idence Springfield 
Fleming Euphemia, widow William, house 56 Center 
Fleming James, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 56 Center 
Fleming Jane, widow William, boards 27 Lyman 
Fleming John, carpenter, house 27 Lyman 
Fleming John, emp Franklin Paper Co., boards 126 Race 
Fleming John, emp D. F. Coghlan, boards 13 John 
Fleming Peter, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 13 John 
Fletcher Robert, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 33 East 
Fleury Etteinne, emp Newton Paper Co., house 19 Hamilton 
Fleury Frederick, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 521 Bridge 
Fleury Hermidas, chopper, house 17 West 
Fleury Octave, emp Newton Paper Co., house 521 Bridge 
Flittner Adolph, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 243 Park 
Flittner Rudolph, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 243 Park 
Flower Joseph S., removed to Ashfield 
Flynn Bridget Mrs., house 60 Summer (Ward 1) 
Flynn Cornelius J., with S. McQuaid & Co., house 105 Elm 
Flynn Dennis, Jr., boards 86 Race 

Flynn Dennis, Jr., emp Fan* Alpaca Co., boards 249 Park 
Flynn Dennis, house 86 Race 
Flynn Dennis, emp city, house 249 Park 
Flynn James, laborer, house 75 Elm 

Flynn James A., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 36 Sargeant 
Flynn James J., house 13 Hampden 
Flynn John, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 86 Race 
Flynn John,empSyms & Dudley Paper Co.,house 60 Summer (Ward 1) 
Flynn John, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 61 East 
Flynn John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 236 Lyman 
Flynn John E., tailor, emp Max Cobe, house 197 Lyman 
Flynn Lawrence, emp Albion Paper Co., house 160 Lyman 
Flynn Patrick, laborer, boards 127 Sargent nt 

Flynn Patrick, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 181 Park . • 

Flynn Patrick, emp Munn & Baush, house 275 Main 
Flynn Patrick J., laborer, house 127 Sargeant 
Flynn Robert, laborer, house 53 Adams 
Flynn Robert F , barber, boards 13 Hampden 
Flynn Thomas, emp Casper Ranger, house 45 Sargeant 
Flynn Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 17 John 
Flynn Thomas, house 36 Sargeant 

Flynn Timothy, emp Fenton & Dunn, residence Springfield 
Foerster Emil, emp Wm. Skinner & Son, house 711 Main 
Foerster Hermann G. (Bozenhard & Foerster), house 711 Main 
Foerster Hermenia, widow Fred, house 711 Main 
Foisy Alphonse, clerk Sainte Marie & Beauchemin, rooms 1 High 
Fogarty James, laborer, house 37 Chestnut 
Fogarty John, house 162 D wight 
Fogarty John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 62 High 



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Fogarty William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house rear 455 Main 

Foley Daniel, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., house 225 Hampden 

Foley Edmund, laborer, house 45 Sargeant 

Foley Edward F., emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 45 Sargeant 

Foley James E., house 2 West 

Foley Jeremiah, boards 77 Hamilton 

Foley John, boards 19 Hampden 

Foley John, emp John Delaney, house 90 Fountain 

Foley John H., emp Albion Paper Co., house 93 Canal 

Foley John P., foreman Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 248 Pine 

Foley Margaret Mrs., house 52 Sargeant 

Foley Mary Mrs., house 40 Summer (Ward 1) 

Foley Michael, emp Geo. H. Twaddle, house 94 Ely 

Foley Patrick, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 60 Bridge 

Foley Patrick, boards 40 Summer 

Foley Stephen, emp A. C. Nevins, house 190 Hampden 

Foley Thomas, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 17 Adams 

Foley William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 118 Lyman 

Follan Stephen, boards 36 Hamilton 

Fontaine Benoni, mason, house 41 Cabot 

Fontaine David (Fontaine & Hebert), house 672 East 

Fontaine Frank, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 538 East 

Fontaine Joseph B. (Fontaine & Pion), house 666 East 

Fontaine Rosalie Mrs., house 339 Main 

Fontaine Theodore, barber, boards 580 East 

FONTAINE & HEBERT (David Fontaine, Ephraim Hebert), 
groceries and meat market, 670 East. [See page 467.] 
FONTAINE & PION (Joseph B. Fontaine, Adolphe Pion), 
bakers, 668 East. [See page 450.] 
Fontaine. [See Fountain and Lafontaine.] 
Foote Adolphus G., emp A. M. Shepardson, house 35 Pleasant 
Foote H. L., Rev., rector St. Paul's Episcopal Church, h 264 Maple 
Forbes Adalina, widow John, house 4 Potvin ave 
Forbes Maggie Miss, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, rooms 235 High 
Forcier Frank, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 2 Appleton 
Forcier. [See Fisher.] 

Ford Daniel, emp S. J. Hobbs, boards Samosett House 
Ford Daniel L., saloon 119 High, boards 121 do 

FORD E. P^ tea, groceries, etc., 165 High, house 224 Dwight. 
[See page 456.] 
Ford George, slater, emp A. H. Ryan, boards 13 John 
Ford Hattie Miss, dressmaker, boards 292 Maple 
Ford Honora Mrs., house 121 High 

Ford Jeremiah M., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 65 Bridge 
Ford John, grocer, 49 Ely, house 42 Center 

Ford Lawrence, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 124 Bridge 
Ford Nora Miss, clerk Mr*. W. D. Higgins, rooms 121 High 
Ford Patrick, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 13 John 
Ford William H., removed to New London 
Forest Felix, agent, boards 319 Main 
Forest Isa'ie, carpenter, house 113 Lyman 
Forgett Joseph, laborer, house 40 Main 



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Forjett Louis, emp Glazed Paper Co., house 54 Sargeant 

Forrow Ida B., compositor Transcript, rooms 98 High 

Forsyth Lilly, widow James, house 23 Bond 

Forsyth Matthew, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 23 Bond 

Forsyth Thomas, foreman Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 193 Walnut 

Forsyth William, boards 23 Bond 

Fortier Alexander, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 55 Park 

Fortier Amseme, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., house 103 

Lyman 
Fortier Celina Miss, house 114 Lyman 

Fortier David, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 14 Fountain 
Foruer Edward, emp Keough Brothers, house 153 Main 
Fortier Fabien, house 60 Lyman 

Fortier Hermidas, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 79 Park 
Fortier Jerome, house 103 Lyman 

Fortier Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 572 East 
Fortier Lawrence H. (L. H. Fortier & Co.), house 255 High 

FORTIER L. H. & CO. (Lawrence H. Fortier, John E. Cun- 
ningham), druggists, 372 High cor Appleton. [See page 434.] 
Fortier Zephirin, shoemaker, emp Cleary & Moriarty, bds 68 Cabot 
Fortin Cleophas, printer, house 40 Fountain 
Fortin Louis, house 23 Fountain 

Fortin Louis, emp Conn. R. Pulp Co., house 23 Fountain 
Fortin William, boards 25 Fountain 
Fortune David S. Mrs., house 340 Main 
Fortune Jennette Miss, rooms 51 Front 
Fortune John W., barber, rooms 106 High 
Fortune Katie, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, rooms 158 High 
Fortune Robert, emp Phelps & Tower, boards 106 High 
Fortune Robert, foreman A. M. Shepardson, house 50 Race 
Foss Cyrus E., removed to Chicopee 
Foss George Edward, emp Connor Bros., house 92 Bond 
Foster Charles, emp Connor Bros., boards 655 Main 
Foster Herbert, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 79 Bond 
Foster Nathan L., emp Harvey H. Carter, house 165 Main 
Fountain. [See Fontaine and Lafontaine.] 
Fournier Charles, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 77 Hamilton 
Fournier Cyrille Jr., emp Newton Paper Co., boards Bridge 
Fournier Edmund, emp Daniel Proulx, house 348 High 
Fournier Evariste, grocer 11 Union, house do 
Fournier Henry, emp Hadley Co., house 12 Potvin ave 
Fournier Henry, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 21 Park 
Fournier Hermias, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 46 Cabot 
Fournier Herminigile, emp A. C. Nevins house 538 East 
Fournier Joseph, carpenter, house 38 Union 
Fournier Maria Louise, widow Amable, house 70 Cabot 
Fournier Medie, emp Springfield Blanket Co., rooms 646 East 
Fournier Narcisse A. L., insurance agent 132 Dwight, house do 
Fournier Noel, carpenttr, boards 127 Park 
Fournier Peter, boards 70 Cabot 

Fournier Solomon, emp Newton Paper Co., house 19 Hamilton 
Fournier Solomon, emp S. Hanson, boards 13 East Dwight 

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90 1IOLYOKE [F] DIRECTORY. 

Fowler George F., president Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Co , 

boards Holyoke House 
Fowler Norman N., paymaster Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Co., 

residence Springfield 
Fowler Timothy H., sec and treas Hampden Glazed Paper and Card 

Co., boards Holyoke House 
Fowles Joseph H., emp Doane & Williams house 86 Pleasant 
Fox Bridget, widow Terrence L., house 50 East 
Fox Charles, painter, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Fox Michael, emp A. C. Kevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Fox Mary, emp Lyman Mill No. 3, house 20 Oliver 
Foy Maggie and Annie Misses, room 13 Main 
France James, emp repair shop Lyman Mills, house 4 Hampden 
Francis Louis, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Francois Frank, laborer, house 682>East 

Francouer Michael R. ? emp Albion Paper Co., boards 7 Oliver 
Francouer .Narcisse, teamster, Lyman Mills, house 7 Oliver 
Francouer (see Hart) 

Frankle Herman, removed to New York 
Franklin Mary, widow John, house 37 Elm 

T7RANKLIN PAPER COMPANY, F. H. Chamberlin treasurer, 
J? third level canal near Hamilton. [See page 3 73. J 

Frappier Eustache, laborer, house 8 Prospect 
Frappier Joseph, laborer, boards 8 Prospect 
Frary Ernest A., tinsmith S. T. Lyman & Son, boards 162 Elm 
Fraser Joshua H. (Crafts & Fraser), house 192 Chestnut 
Frazer Horace, boards 294 Maple 

Frazer Joseph J., with Whiting Paper Co., house 294 Maple 
Frazier Edward, teamster, house 73 Bridge 
Frechette Elias, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 37 Park 
Frechette Xavier Frank, carpenter, Merrick Lumber Co., h 35 Park 
Frechette Ferdinand, emp Merrick Lumber Co., boards 45 Hamilton 
Frechette Louis Philip, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 57 Bond 
Frederich Adam, house 235 Park 

Frederich August F., emp Germania Mills, house 332 Park 
Frederich E. Hugo, emp Kelly & We ely, house 345 Park 
Frederich Louis, emp Germania Mills, house South, n Germania Mills 
Frederich Oswald F., removed to New Haven 

Frederick Jacob, foreman National Blank Book Co., house 244 Elm 
Fredette Joseph, chopper, house 47 Union 
Fredette Jules, emp Lyman Mills, boards 47 Union 
Freeman Noah N., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 113 Newton 
Freeman Peter, pedler, house 426 Maple 

Freeman Peter Jr., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 426 Maple . 
Fregeau Louis, emp Newton Paper Co., house 47 Union 
Freidach John, emp Germania Mills, boards 617 Bridge 
Frereau Julie, widow Amable, house 110 High 
Frey August, emp Germania Mills, house 371 Park 
Frey David, emp Germania Mills, house 373 Park 
Frey John, emp Germania Mills, boards 373 Park 
French Arthur M., supt Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 4 Newton 
French Fred, carpenter, boards 31 Newton 



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French Esther E. Mrs., house 31 Newton 

French Walter H., emp Winona Paper Co., house 54 Bridge 

Freniere Clovis, carpenter, house 9 Fountain 

Freniere Hypolite, laborer, house 123 Park 

Freniere John, teamster, boards 123 Park 

Freniere Louis, teamster, boards 123 Park 

Friel George, emp T. & J. Dillon, boards 17 Hampden 

Friel George, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, house 77 Elm 

Friel George Jr., boards 11 Elm 

Friend Minnie, Mrs., house off Sargeant bet 1st and 2d level 

Frimbal Joseph, boards 43 Front 

Frink Cyrus L., salesman, house 239 Pine 

Frink Herbert J., with Holyoke Machine Co., boards Willimansett 

Frisbie C. S., house (15) Tilley's Block, 235 High 

Frissell Henry C, proprietor City Flour Mills, opp. H. & W. R. R. 

depot, house 182 Maple 
Fritts Maria E. Mrs., house 98 Lyman 
Frost Daniel F., emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 528 South Canal 

FROST, DAVIS & CO., (Phineas Frost, F. H. Davis), manufac- 
ture of paper engine bars and plates, Bowers & Mosher Build- 
ing. [See page 394.] 
Frost Horatio, engineer Nonotuck Paper Co., house Allyn, B. V. 
Frost Phineas, (Frost, Davis & Co.), house 224 Walnut 
Fuker Edward, blacksmith, emp Keough Brothers, house 153 Main 
Fuller Edson D., watchman Merrick Thread Mill No. 3., boards 187 

Dwight 
Fuller Emma D., emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 187 Dwight 
Fuller H. A., real estate, house 189 Pine 

Fuller Harry, foreman yard Merrick Lumber Co., boards 64 Race 
Fuller Henry K., emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 187 Dwight 
Fuller Jacob, removed to Northampton 
Fuller Rinaldini R., house 40 Ely 

Fuller William J., shipping clerk Holyoke Envelope Co., res Chicopee 
Fullerton Harry B., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, boards 155 Pine 
Fullerton William R., house 155 Pine 
Furey Martin, emp Lyman Mills, boards 134 Lyman 
Fuyet Martin, emp Connor Brothers, house 31 Cabot 

Gaboury Paul, clerk P. Bonvouloir, Jr., house 7 High 

G. A. R. Kilpatrick Post, hall 24 Dwight 

Gadbois Amada, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 239 Park 

Gadbois Elizabeth, widow Andrew, house 239 Park 

Gadbois Fred, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 603 Bridge 

Gadbois Frederick, boards 319 Main 

Gadbois George, house 628 Summer 

Gadbois John, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 634 Summer 

Gadbois John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 239 Park 

Gadbois Joseph, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 634 Summer 

Gadbois Joseph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 239 Park 

Gaepner Louis, emp Germania Mills, house 385 Park 

Gaffney James, emp Crocker Mfg. Co , boards 6 Center 

Gaffney Owen, house 6 Center 



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Gaffney Peter, emp ISTonotuck Paper Co., boards 6 Center 

Gaffney Thomas J., emp Hadley Co., house 93 Newton 

Gage James, emp C. W. Brooks, house 21 Taylor 

Gagne David, shoemaker 19 Union, house do 

Gagne Euclid, shoemaker 39 Union, house 38 do 

Gagne Narcisse, shoemaker 101 Lyman, house do 

Gagnon Alfred, house 700 East 

Gagnon Clement, laborer, house 472 Maple 

Gagnon Joachim, house 46 Cabot 

Gagnon Leonce, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 46 Cabot 

Gagnon Ovid Mrs., removed to Easthampton 

Gagnon Pierre, emp Hoi Warp Co., house 700 East 

Gagnon Ulderic, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 51 Park 

Gahan Richard, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 97 Maple 

Gahan Timothy, laborer, house 22 Elm 

Galarneau Alexandre, clerk L. Sears & Co., rooms 19 Hampden 

Galarneau George A., clerk, house 235 High 

GALARNEAU G. A. MDE., dress and cloak making, 235 
High. [See page 438.] 
Galarneau [See Gelino.] 

Galipeau E. Victor, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 97 Main 
Galipeau Frank, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 97 High 
Galipeau Louis, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 7 John 
Gallagher Francis J., emp Hadley Co., boards 411 Maple 
Gallagher James F., emp J. C. Smith, boards 304 High 
Gallagher John, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 636 Main 
Gallagher Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 
Gallagher Patrick, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 167 Lyman 
Gallagher Patrick, fireman Hadley Co., house 411 Maple 
Gallavan John, emp A. C. Kevins, house rear 86 Prospect 
Gallavin Catherine, widow Dennis, house 8 Beech 
Gallavin Jerry, emp Conn. R. Lumber Co., house rear 86 Prospect 
Gallavin John, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 59 Chestnut 
Gallavin Kate Mrs., emp Valley Paper Co., boards 29 L\man 
Gallavin Thomas, bricklayer, house Elm cor Gates, B. V. 
Gallup Harriet Mrs., boards 263 Hampden 

Gallup Henry C, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 534 So Canal 
Galvin Kate Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 80 Race 
Gamache Alfred, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 10 Mosher 
Gamache Aubin, teamster, house rear 49 Race 
Gamache Joseph, house 289 Main 

Gamache Joseph C, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards rear 49 Race 
Gamache Louis, dyer, house 110 High 

Gamache Octave, emp Watson Ely & Son, house 95 Jackson 
Gambore Louis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 105 Lyman 
Gammons Timothy G., book-keeper Springfield Blanket Co. r Spring- 
field 
Gannon Thomas, mule-spinner, house 18 Maple 
Gansauge August, emp Germania Mills, house 381 Park 
Garceau Felix, emp Lyman Mills, house 14 Fountain 

GARCEAU GIDEON, carpenter and builder, office 108 High, 
house 370 do. [See page 500.] 






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Garceau Joseph A. (Laroche & Garceau), rooms 370 High 

Gardepie Frank, paper maker, boards 48 Park 

Gardepie Pierre, carpenter, boards 582 East 

Gardener William R., book-keeper A. H. Ryan, residence Springfield 

Gardner Benjamin F., night foreman Winona Paper Co., rooms 27 

West 
Gardner Clarence R., physician, office (2 and 3) 235 High, house do 
Gardner John, emp Hoi Machine Co., house 646 East 
Gardner John B., emp Newton Paper Co., boards 41 Cabot 
Gardner Joseph, cabinet maker and carver, house 194 High 
Gardner Joseph, laborer, house 5. Center 
Gardner Oliver, barber 54 Lyman, boards 6 Potvin ave 
Garland Henry, boards 18 Center 
Garland Michael, emp City, house 18 Center 
Garneau William, blacksmith, rear 514 East, house 57 Park 
Gamier Alphonso, house 234 Maple 

Gamier Alphonso Mrs., dressmaker, 234 Maple, rooms do 
Garney Joseph, saloon 143 Lyman, house 145 do 
Garnis Augustin, pedler, house rear 53 Union 
Garrison Henrietta, boards 17 Summer (Ward 1) 
Garrity Edward, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 43 Bridge 
Garrity Frank, emp National Paper Co., boards Park 
Garrity Patrick, emp Massa^oit Paper Co., house 211 Lyman 
Garrity [See Geraghty.] 

Garvais Ida, Miss, dressmaker, 339 Main, house do 
Garvey Annie and Ellen, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 317 High 
Garvey John, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 163 Lyman 
Garvey Timothy, laborer, house 27 Bridge 
Garvey Patrick J., emp City, house 69 Walnut 
Garvin John, confectionery, etc., 67 Maple, house rear 63 do 
Garvin William, tinsmith, boards 43 Front 
Gassett Edward A., bartender, M. D. Hardiman, house 58 Ely 
Gaston Isaac A., clerk Richards & Thayer, rooms 3 Worcester Place 
Gately Martin, paper maker, house 54 Chestnut 
Gately Mary, widow Peter, house 114 Race 
Gately Patrick, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 69 Sargeant 
Gately Peter, boards 69 Sargeant 

Gates Eugene N., druggist 119 D wight, house 164 Cabot 
Gates F. A. Mrs., druggist Lyman cor Ely court, house 164 Cabot 
Gates Jerome B., emp Kennedy & Sullivan, house 18 Newton Place 
Gates John N., carpenter and builder, house 164 Cabot 
Gates John R., real estate agent, house 2 Pleasant 
Gates S. A., prop Park Pharmacy, 119 D wight, boards 164 Cabot 
Gates Seymour E., house Northampton, B. V. 

Gates William C, book-keeper Nash, Holmes & Co., res S. H. Falls 
Gaucher Arsenne, carpenter, boards 93 Lyman 
Gaucher George, carpenter, boards 93 Lyman 
Gaucher Peter, carpenter, house 93 Lyman 
Gaudert August, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 654 High 
Gaudreau Edward, carpenter, house 341 Main 
Gaudreau Philias, emp C. Post, boards 16 Oliver 
Gaudreau Zephrin, house 16 Oliver 



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Gaughan Anthony, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 41 Chestnut 

Gaughan Richard, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 97 Maple 

Gaughan Richard, laborer, house rear 57 Maple 

Gaughan Thomas, emp Daniel O'Conneil, house rear 32 Chestnut 

Gault Henry, painter Dean & Wheelock, rooms 151 High 

Gaumond Francis, laborer, house 31 Cabot 

Gauthier Didace, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 53 Union 

Gauthier Ernest, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 672 East 

Gauthier Henry, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 672 East 

Gauthier Joseph, carpenter, house 93 Park 

Gauthier Joseph, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 672 East 

Gauthier Xavier, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 68 Cabot 

Gavin John, laborer, house rear 63 Maple 

Gavin Margaret Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 36 Canal 

Gaylord Frederick, removed to So. Hadley Falls 

Gaylord Henry A., dentist, office 189 High, rooms do 

GAYLORD HENRY E. wood and coal, office Holyoke end 
county bridge, Bridge st, house cor Main and Pleasant, So. 
Hadley Falls. [See page 479.] 
Gaylord William C, clerk P. Moore, rooms 150 Walnut 
Gaynor William, emp Union Paper Mfg Co., house 37 Hamilton 
Gearnes Daniel, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 12 Oliver 
Geary Andrew W., emp Fenton & Dunn, house 124 Pine 
Geary Joseph, emp Water Power Co., house 19 Crescent 

GEE JOHN, livery and feeding stable, 10 Suffolk near High, house 
18 Newton. [See page 485.] 
Gee Thomas, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Geehan Hannah Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 75 Elm 
Geer Patrick, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 Main 
Geery John, removed to West Warren 
Gehring John, emp Germania Mills, house 375 Park 
Geiger George, emp Germania Mills, house 671 Main 
Geisler Frederick, emp Germania Mills, house 381 Park 
Geissler Bruno, emp Germania Mills, house 363 Park 
Geissler Minnie Mrs., house 363 Park 
Gelinas Thomas, house 107 Lyman 
Gelino Joseph C, removed to Norwich, Conn. 
Gelino Onesiphone, overseer packing room Hampden Cotton Mills, 

house 31 Front 
Gelino Raphael, emp Geo. Richards, house 14 Fountain 
Gelo Ellen, widow John, house 455 Main 
Gemme Napoleon, laborer, house 25 Fountain 
Gemme Napoleon, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 101 Park 
Gendreau Corienne, widow Albert, house 646 East 
Gendreau Camiel, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 57 Bond 
Gendron Charles, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 57 Bond 
Gendreau J. B., removed to Gilbertville 

Gendron Louis, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 57 Bond 
Gendron Michael T., clerk Clark & Richard, boards 31 Newton 
Genereux Evariste, carpenter, house 101 Lyman 
Genest Orphir, law student, J. J. Reardon, rooms High c Appleton 
Geoffrion Hector, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 71 Cabot 



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Geoff rion Hermidas, emp Nash & Holmes, boards VI Cabot 

Geoffrion Lucie, widow John B., house 71 Cabot 

Geoff rion Pierre Jr., carpenter, board* 71 Cabot 

Geoghagan Bridget, widow Henry, house 41 Chestnut 

George John B., house 16 Fountain 

GEORGE R. DICKINSON PAPER CO., George R. Dickin- 

\J son pres and treas, first level canal, Sargeant near Race. [See 

page 369.] 
Geraghty Dennis, clerk James Geraghty, boards 138 Walnut 

GERAGHTY JAMES, cigars and tobacco 191 High, house 138 
Walnut. [See page 512] 
Geran Cornelius D., grocer 70 High, house 72 do. 
Geran Dennis, emp house 82 Maple 
Geran John A., bar tender house 72 High 
Geran Michael J., confectionery 90 High, boards 82 Maple 
Geran Patrick, boards 82 Maple 

Gerard Frederick, blacksmith emp Richard Shea, boards 51 Newton 
Gerhardt Hermann, emp Connor Bros, house 613 Bridge 
Gerlino Narcisse, emp Lyman Mills, house 5 Oliver 
Germain Charles, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 9 Fountain 
Germain Emily, widow Gatieu, rem to Winooski, Vt. 
Germain Pierre, shoemaker, 472 Main, house 18 Dwight 
German Lutheran Church, corner Jackson and Bridge 

GERMANIA HOTEL, (Michael J. Yoerg proprietor), 80 Ham- 
ilton, corner Race. [See page 504.] 
GERMANIA MILLS, manufacturers beavers, doeskins, over- 
coatings, and fine suitings, H. Stursberg treas, Louis Bume 
supt, cor Race and South. [See page 383.] 
Gero John Mrs., rem to Chicopee 
Gero Louisa Mrs., rooms 82 West 
Gero William B., foreman finishing room Syms & Dudley Paper Co., 

house 35 Pleasant 
Gero (see Giroux) 
Gerome (see Lapointe) 
Gervais Arthur, house 37 Park 
Gervais Calise, emp Lyman Mills, house 5 Oliver 
Gervais Joseph, emp Lyman Mills, house 6 Oliver 
Gervais Thomas, laborer, house 85 High 
Gibbons James E.. house 97 Jackson 
Gibbons Stephen J., agent, house 369 High 

Gibbs Nathan, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 70 Canal (Ward 1) 
Gibbs Walter S., farmer, Northampton, B. V. 
Gibson Charles, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 63 Newton 
Gibson George W., letter carrier, rooms 34 Race 
Gibson Thomas J., roofer, house 135 East near East Dwight 
Gibson William T., emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 69 Main 

GIBSON & BOLAN, (Thomas J. Gibson, Wm. J. Bolan) roofers 
and pavers, East Dwight, cor Center. [See page 499.] 
Gieler Frederick August, emp Germania Mills, house 387 Park 
Gieler Max, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 387 Park 
Gilford Stephen E., machinist Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 314 Maple 
Giguere Amede, clerk Yal Moquin, house 255 High 



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Giguere John, expressman, house 572 East 

Giguere John B., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 6 Potvin avenue 

Giguere John B. Jr., clerk E. A. Fenno & Co., boards 6 Potvin av. 

Giguere Joseph, laborer, house 12 Potvin avenue 

Gilbert Alfred, emp Prentiss Wire Mill, house 21 Union 

Gilbert Raymond, clerk S. J. Benoit, house 59 Union 

Gilbert William, emp Val. Moquin, house 53 Union 

Gilday Austin, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 119 Pine 

Gilday Charles, laborer, rooms 70 Race 

Gilday Philip, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 184 Hampden 

Gilday Richard, emp Hadley Co., house 8 Center 

Gill George C, secretary Chemical Paper Co., boards 155 Pine 

Gill Louis, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 538 East 

Gill Nap<>leon, blacksmith Lyman Mills, house 57 Front 

Gillespie Michael, emp Lyman Mills, boards 86 Maple 

Gilligan Edward, farm laborer, boards near Ingleside 

Gilligan John, emp Landers Bros., boards 117 Walnut 

Gilligan Michael, teamster D. O'Connell, house 117 Walnut 

GILLIGAN PETER. J., boots, shoes, rubbers, trunks and 
leather, 166 High, house 97 Elm. [See page 430.] 
GiUiland Robert T., rem to Boston 

Gilliss Randall, emp William B. Whiting & Co., house 196 Hampden 
Gillon James A., saloon 146 High, house 50 do 
Gilmore John R., watchman Merrick Thread Co., h 21 Newton 
Gilmore J. R. Mrs., dress making, 21 Newton 
Gilmore S imuel M., agt Am. Ex. Co. and U. S. and Canada Express, 

office 123 Main, house 72 Taylor 
Gilmore Thomas, emp Graves & Kinney, house Gates, B. V. 
Gilmour Robert, boiler maker, house 25 Bond 
Gilpatrick Fred H., blacksmith, foreman John C. Smith, rooms 36 

Newton place 
Gilpatrick Samuel S., blacksmith, emp J. C. Smith, house South, B. V. 
Gilsena Thomas, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 13 John 
Gingras Alfred F., undertaker, 77 High, house do 
Gingras Joseph, emp Albion Paper Co., board* 7 Oliver 
Ginley Bridget Miss, emp Wauregan Paper Co, boards 213 Elm 
Ginley Martin, laborer, boards 127 Sargeant 
Ginley Owen, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 191 Lyman 
Ginley Owen, laborer, house 127 Sargeant 
Girard Benjamin, emp G. P. Ellison, house 2 High 
Girard Frederick, blacksmith, boards 114 Lyman 
Girard George, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 57 Bond 
Girard George Mrs., dressmaker, 57 Bond, house do 
Girard Joseph, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, boards 42 Front 
Girard Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 646 East 
Girard Julia Mrs., boards 22 High 

Girard Louis, blacksmith, emp A. Newton, rooms 7 Newton 
Girard Napoleon, teamster, boards 69 High 
Girard Pierre, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 572 East 
Giroux Edouard, boiler maker, boards 28 West 
Giroux Joseph, laborer, house 28 West 
Giroux Joseph, house 43 High 



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Giroux Oliver, carpenter, house 38 Union 

Giroux Samuel, emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., boards 59 Chestnut 

Giroux. [See also Gero.] 

Giusto Joseph J., cigar mfr, 75 High, house 69 do 

Glancey Peter, whitewasher, house rear 323 Park 

Glanz William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 46 Summer 

Glanz William, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 20 Hampshire 

Glasgo Jeanette Miss, emp Lyman Mill No. 3, boards 3 Ely ave 

Glaster Arthur, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 203 Lyman 

Glaster John, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 205 Lyman 

Glaster John, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, boards 205 Lyman 

Glaster Margaret, widow Morris (Mrs. Glaster & Son), h 20 Maple 

GLASTER MRS. & SON, undertakers, 127 Maple [See page 
421.] 
Glaster Oscar, emp Connor Bros., boards 217 Park 
Glaster Thomas P., carpenter, house 201 Lyman 
Glavin Eliza Mrs., house 69 Walnut 
Glavin Ellen Mrs., house 37 Sargeant 
Glavin John T., house 645 Summer 
Glavin Michael, removed to Providence, R. I. 
Gleason Joseph J., lineman Telephone Co., rooms 194 High 
Gleason Mary and Margaret Misses, house 128 Lyman 
Gleason Patrick, emp Hadley Co., house 67 Bridge 
Gleason Patrick C, moulder, house 98 Newton 
Gleason Thomas, removed to Boston 

Glenn Henry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 20 Worcester place 
Glenn Mary Miss, emp Lyman Mills, rooms 21 Hampden 
Glesman August, dyer Germania Mills, house South, Chicopee road 
Glesman Frank, emp Germania Mills, house 349 Park 
Glode William H., clerk Peter Bonvouloir, Jr., house 151 High 
Godaire Hubert, emp Newton Paper Co., house 19 Hamilton 
Goddard Dwight, supt Mass. Screw Co., rooms 284 Maple 
Goddard Elijah M., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 29 Newton 
Goddard Leander, shoemaker, emp 19 Main 
Goddard .Nancy P., widow Charles, house 323 Park 
Goddard Vallis V., mason, emp Geo. Richard, house 98 Newion 
Goddu Frank, carpenter, house 61 High 
Goddu Frank Jr., student, boards 61 High 
Godette Delphis, emp Conn. River Pulp Co., house 40 Main 
Godette John, hostler, house 97 High 

Godfrey Fred A., foreman Deane Steam Pump Co., house 182 Cabot 
Godin Frank, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 9 Park 
Godin Jeremiah, boards 97 High 

Godin Joseph C. E., physician, office 97 High, house do 
Godin Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 85 High, house do 
Godin Peter, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 9 Park 
Godin R. A. Miss, dressmaker, 381 Main, house do 
Godin Sidney, clerk 116 High, rooms 122 do 
Godso Ann E. Mrs., nurse, rooms 74 Race 
Godu Augustin, bartender N. Aubertin, boards 54 Union 
Godu Desire, removed to Canada 
Godu Elisee, saloon, 21 Fountain, house 26 Union 

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Godu George, emp Connor Bros., house 580 East 

Godu Joseph, emp Hadley Co., house 346 High 

Godu Salime, removed to Canada 

Goedecker Philip, emp Whitmore"Mfg Co., boards 218 Walnut 

Goehring Bernard W., overseer weaving dept Germania Mills, house 

193 Park 
Goepner Max, upholsterer, emp 280 High, boards 385 Park 
Goetz John David, foreman Unquomonk Silk Mill, h So. Hadley Falls 
Goggin John, emp Hadley Co., house 15 Center 
Gold Sigmund, wool sorter Germania Mill, house Brown's ave 
Goldsmith Charles B., photographer, Front near Hampden, h 64 Taylor 
Goldthwait Albert H., removed to Springfield 

Goldthwait B. O. Miss, teacher Park street school, bds 128 D wight 
Goldthwait George H., overseer card room Hadley Co., h 128 Dwight 
Goldthwait George N., removed to Springfield 
Goocher Charles, emp S. Hanson, boards 13 East Dwight 

GOOD ALL FRANKLIN P., wholesale and retail druggist 11 
Dwight, 45 and 47 Main, bds Holyoke House. [See front cover.] 
Goodenough Cora A., Miss, removed to Easthampton 
Goodenough Mary A. Miss, milliner Boston store, rooms 6 Newton 
Goodness Adaline, house 13 Union 
Goodness Myrill, boards 13 Union 
Goodness (see also Labonte) 

Goodrich Charles H., emp Hadley Co., house 10 West 
Goodrich Earle H., clerk, removed to Granby Conn 
Goodro Henry J., barber, boards 125 Race 
Good Templars Hall, Crafts' block, 189 High 

Goodwill Harrison, fireman, emp H. & W R. R , boards 175 High 
Goodwin Thomas, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 32 Race 
Goodyear Austin, farmer, house Back street 
Goodyear George, milk peddler, boards Back street 
Gordon Abbe, Miss, boards 242 Dwight 

Gordon George, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 4 Adams 
Gordon Henry, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 125 Race 
Gordon Isadore, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 125 Race 
Gordon Joseph, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 22 Sargeant 
Gorham Thomas, emp A. C. Nevins, house 219 Hampden 
Gorham Thomas, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 219 Hampden 
Gorman Ellen, widow John, house 243 Lyman 
Gorman John, laborer, house 510 Maple 
Gorman Mary Mrs., house 181 Lyman 
Gorman Philip, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 57 Adams 
Gornay Annie Miss, insurance canvasser, boards 279 West Hampden 
Gorton E. L. Mrs., boards 122 Walnut 
Goss Clarence M , emp C. R. R. R., boards 57 Newton 
Goss Edwin, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, boards 57 Newton 
Goss Elbert, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 3 Dwight 
Goss Francis L., night watchman C. R. R. R. Co., house 57 Newton 
Gosselin Adella, widow Joseph, house 113 Lyman 
Gosselin Cleophas, emp Hadley Co., house 85 Lyman 
Gosselin Flavien, house 576 East 
Gosselin Francis, house 51 Elm 



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Gosselin Israel, chopper, house 127 Park 

Gosselin Joseph, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 127 Park 

Gotha Alvin, teamster H. E. Gaylord, boards South Hadley Falls 

Gotha William, teamster, boards Mechanic 

Gott Almon, house 47 Front 

Goudreau Clara, Miss, house 69 High 

Goudreau John, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 85 Lyman 

Goudreau Remi, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 646 East 

Goudreau Zaham, house 16 Oliver 

Gougais Peter, teamster, boards 55 Park 

Gough Henry, painter Dean & Wheelock, rooms 158 High 

Gould George L., clerk N. H. & N. R. R., residence Springfield 

Gould Mary, widow James, saloon 193 Lyman, house do 

Goulet Edward, house 131 Park 

Goulet Frank, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 7 Oliver 

Goulet Henry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 525 Bridge 

Goulet John, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 127 Park 

Goulet Louis, emp Hadley Co., boards 31 Cabot 

Goulet Octave, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 521 Bridge 

Gourre O villa, carpenter, house 113 Lyman ^ 

Govin Edward L., house 13 West 

Govin Mary Mrs., dressmaker 85 High, rooms do 

Gow Peter, removed to Scottland 

Gow Peter Jr., boards 528 South Canal 

Goyette Arthur, emp Landers Brothers, house 40 Fountain 

Goyette Charles, laborer, house 525 Bridge 

Goyette Edouard, house 525 Bridge 

Goyette Ferdinand, laborer, house 47 Union 

Goyette Joseph, emp Prentiss Wire Works, boards 58 Bridge 

Goyette Oliver, house 113 Lyman 

Goyette Touissant, house 107 Lyman 

Grace Chapel, 290 Main 

Grace Mary A., widow Lawrence, boards rear 44 Lyman 

Grady John, emp Hadley Co., house 123 Pine 

Grady Mary Mrs., house 89 Fountain 

Grady Maurice, boards 76 West 

Grady Michael, molder Munn & Baush, house 626 East 

Grady Thomas, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house 160 Lyman 

Graffam Stephen J., emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 59 Chestnut 

Graffee Frederick, emp Germania Mills house Back street, B. V. 

Graham Ellen and Bridget Misses, house 130 Pine 

Graham James, saloon 96 Ely, house do 

Grandchamp Charles, house 6 Potvin ave 

Graney Bridget, widow Michael, house 108 Maple 

Graney Catharine, widow Thomas, house 61 Elm 

Graney Ellen Mrs., house 84 Pine 

Graney James, laborer, house 88 Prospect 

Graney James, laborer, house 110 Hampden 

Graney James, laborer, boards 61 Elm 

Graney Jeremiah, laborer, house 56 Prospect 

Graney Johanna, widow Edward, house 18 Oliver 

Graney John, laborer, boards 61 Elm 



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Graney Margaret, widow Patrick, house 26 Elm 

Graney Michael, emp Connor Brothers, boards 167 Lyman 

Graney Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, house 108 Maple 

Graney Patrick J., emp A. M. Shepardson, boards 61 Elm 

Graney Thomas, laborer, house 79 Walnut 

Graney Thomas, saloon 130 Maple, house do 

Graney Thomas F.. book-keeper T. & J. Dillon, boards 26 Elm 

Graney Thomas F., house 73 Walnut 

Granger Harriet Mrs., house 4 West 

Granger Henry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 86 Cabot 

Granger Louis, watchman Merrick Thread Co., boards 68 Cabot 

Granger Louis E., removed to Ware 

Grant Alvin W., house 255 High 

Grant Alexander, removed to England 

Grant John, carpenter, house 18 Taylor 

Grant William H., book-keeper A. M. Shepardson, rooms 5 Newton 
Place 

Gratton Eli, confectioner 281 Main, house do 

Graulich Fritz, emp Connor Bros., boards 617 Bridge 

Graupner Julius, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 28 Adams 

Gravel Adelaide Mrs., house 28 Oliver 

Graves Albert (Graves & Kinney), house Chicopee 

Graves Albert K., draughtsman Hoi Machine Co., res Chicopee 

Graves Eliza Mrs., removed to Willimansett 

Graves Louis, brakeman Conn. R. R, R., rooms 32 Newton Place 

Graves & Kinney (Albert Graves, Amos O. Kinney), brass foundry, 
115 Park near Cabot 

Gray Christopher, emp Prentiss Wire Works, rooms 7 Main 

Gray George L. (Lyman & Gray), house 55 Suffolk 

Gray James, emp Hoi Machine Co., house 478 Main 

Gray James, Jr., emp Hoi Machine Co., boards 478 Main 

Gray Lulu Mrs., rooms 83 Dwight 

Gray Margaret Mrs., emp Valley Paper Co., house 19 Bowers 

Gray Walter, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 163 Park 

Gray Walter L. S., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 19 Bowers 

Greber John, emp Germania Mills, house 375 Park 

Greeley Hannah, widow Patrick, propr Greeley's Hotel, h 38 Hamp- 
den 

Greeley James, saloon 44 East, house Greeley's block, 35 Mosher 

Greeley James, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 

Greeley James B., second-hand card room Hadley Co., house 2 Center 

Greeley William, bartender James Greeley, rooms 36 Ely 

Greeley's Hotel, Mrs. Hannah Greeley propr, 38 Hampden 

Green George, emp National Blank Book Co., boards Germania Hotel j 

Green James, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 19 Hampden 

Green Jessie Mrs., house 3 Hampden 

Green John, emp J. Marra, house 50 Race 

Green Lawrence, boards 15 Oliver 

Green Maggie E , widow D. M., dressmaker 170 High 

Green Patrick, mason Lyman Mills, house 105 Walnut 

Green Robert A., plumber, boards 105 Walnut 

Green William, boards 20 Hampden 



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Green William O., draughtsman Merrick Thread Co., rooms 121 Elm 

Greenleaf O. H., president and agent Hoi Paper Co , res Springfield 

Greenleaf O. S., asst treas Hoi Paper Co., residence Springfield 

Gregoire Benjamin, emp Hoi Furniture Co., house 13 Union 

Gregoire Etienne, emp Lyman Mill No. 1, house 111 Lyman 

Gregoire Frank, removed to Canada 

Gregoire Frederic, carpenter, house rear 53 Union 

Gregoire Merance, widow Jean B., house 13 Union 

Gregoire Stephen, carpenter, house 2 Prospect 

Gregoire Vital, carpenter, house 53 Union 

Gregory John, emp Hoi Bone Co., house 20 Hampshire 

Gregory John, Jr., emp Hoi Bone Co., house 20 Hampshire 

Gregory Joseph, butcher, emp Nash, Holmes & Co., boards Union 

Grenier John, emp H. E. Gaylord, residence So Had Falls 

Greunert Albion, emp Germania Mills, house 357 Park 

Greunert August, emp Germania Mills, house 663 Main 

Greunert August, emp Germania Mills, house 353 Park 

Greunert Charles, emp Germania Mills, house 353 Park 

Greunert Fred, emp Germania Mills, house 353 Park 

Gridley Henry H. (Gridley & Moriarty), house 338 Maple 

GRIDLEY & MORIARTY (Henry H. Gridley, Patrick J. Mo- 
riarty), coal and wood, 52 Dwight. [See page 479.] 
Griffin AbbyMrs., house 77 Prospect 
Griffin Bartholomew F., carpenter Hoi Water Power Co., house 230 

Dwight 
Griffin Daniel J., house 131 Maple 

Griffin Dennis, emp yard Conn. R. R. R., boards 63 Race 
Griffin Ellen Mrs., house 73 Walnut 

Griffin George K., lumber dealer Hartford, Conn., h 13 Brooks ave 
Griffin James, emp Lynch Bros., house 56 Summer (Ward 1) 
Griffin James, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., house 49 Fountain 
Griffin James T., emp H. E. Gaylord, house 18 Hampden 
Griffin John, house 218 Lyman 

Griffin John, teamster C. B. & J. A. Davis, house 56 Elm 
Griffin John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house Allyn, B. V. 
Griffin John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 110 Hampden 
Griffin John B., carpenter Lyman Mills, house 132 Lyman 
Griffin John J., clerk S. McQuaid & Co., rooms 122 High 
Griffin John J. saloon 260 Lyman, boards 262 do 
Griffin John P., clerk James Doyle & Co., house 107 Maple 
Griffin Kate Miss, house 110 Hampden 

Griffin Luke A., emp Hoi Envelope Co., rooms 124 Chestnut 
Griffin Martin, emp Valley Paper Co., house 199 Lyman 

GRIFFIN MARTIN L., chemist, laboratory Mosher corner 
Main, house do. [See page 435.] 
Griffin Mary, emp Lyman Mills, boards 43 Front 
Griffin Mary Mrs., house 45 Elm 
Griffin Mary, widow James, house 61 Walnut 
Griffin Mary Miss, house 114 Maple 
Griffin Mary, widow Thomas, house 165 Main 
Griffin Michael G., junk dealer, house 72 Pine 
Griffin Michael J., city clerk, office City Hall, boards 132 Lyman 



102 HOLYOKE [ G] BIRECTOEY. 



Griffin Patrick, house 262 Lyman 

Griffin Patrick, laborer, boards 78 Pine 

Griffin Patrick, junk dealer, 78 Pine, house do 

Griffin Patrick, laborer, boards 65 Walnut 

Griffin Patrick, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 

Griffin Patrick, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, house 4 Oliver 

Griffin Patrick J., hackman, house 261 Park 

Griffin Philip, emp E. C. Taft, house 120 Hampden 

Griffin Thomas, laborer, boards 56 Elm 

Griffin Thomas, laborer, house 45 Elm 

Griffin Thomas, emp city, house 63 Elm 

Griffin Thomas, house 46 Mosher 

Griffin Thomas J., laborer, house 119 Maple 

Griffin William J., asst. supt. Holyoke Envelope Co., h 113 Newton 

Griffis Jacob S., foreman spinning room Merrick Thread Co. No. 3, h 

South B. V. 
Griffis Justus H., overseer spinning room Lyman Mill No. 1, house 91 

Front 
Griffith J. Eveleth, advertising specialties, house 237 Maple 
Griggs Dewey A., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 76 Cabot 
Grimes Albert B., removed to Springfield 
Grimes Margaret Miss, boards 45 Elm 
Grimm Paul, removed to Germany 
Grindfield Michael, laborer house 45 Elm 
Grindfield William, laborer, house 45 Elm 
Griswold Norris W , overseer finishing room Farr Alpaca Co., house 

14 Miller 
Griswold William, teamster, emp W. B. Whiting & Co. 
P BISWOLD WILLIAM P., confectionery mfr, 161 High, 
U house 252 Maple. [See page 446.] 
Grolette Jasper, barber, boards 15 Bowers 
Grooms William F., removed to Springfield 
Gross Herman, loom fixer Lyman Mills, house 1 Hampden 
Grout Charles H., physician, office and house 247 High 
Grover Benjamin P., supt. repairs Hadley Co., house 7 East Dwight 
Grover Cora, Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 8 West 
Grover F. Paul, coachman E. C. Taft, rooms 25 Suffolk 
Grover William, agent Hadley Co., house 25 Canal 
Gruele Wendelm, emp Germania Mills, house 369 Park 
Guay Henry, house rear 135 Lyman 
Guerin Dolphise, carpenter, house 15 Fountain 
Guerin Joseph, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 9 Spring 
Guertin Damase, peddler, house rear 588 East 
Guertin Frank, blacksmith, house 560 East 
Guertin Frank, Jr., emp Michael Guertin, house 19 Crescent 
Guertin Frederic, compositor, Roy Brothers, boards 289 Main 
Guertin Henry, compositor Roy Bros., boards 289 Main 
Guertin Joseph, foreman C. M. Sheldon, boards 36 Mosher 
Guertin Margaret, widow Prosper, house 289 Main 
Guertin Mitchell, livery stable Commercial foot of Hampshire, 

house 173 Park 
Guertin Thomas, peddler, house 588 East 

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Guertan William, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 560 East 

Guertin [See Yattin.] 

Guilfoile Thomas H., saloon 41 Hampden house do, 

Guillmette Albert, baker, boards 17 West 

Guillmette Emma Miss, dressmaker, IV West, house do 

Guillmette John B., house 17 West 

Guillmette Zephrin, boot maker C. A. Corser, house 17 West 

Guiotte Edward, emp C. C. Hastings, Northampton, I. P. boards do 

Guiotte Theophile, emp C. C. Hastings, Northampton, I. P. boards do 

Gulboy Michael, laborer, house rear 38 Chestnut 

GUNN LUCY E. MRS., employment agency, 12 Dwight; house 
do. [See page 435.] 
Gunn William, emp Deane Steam Pump C-\, house 12 Dwight 
Gunogle Catherine Miss, boards 211 Lyman 
Gunther Louis, tailor, house 120 Race 

Gunther Max employed Connor Brothers, boards 35 Jackson 
Gurren James, boards Germania Hotel 

Gutzmann Hermann, emp Germania Mills, house 20 Jackson 
Guy Walter, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house South 
Guyott Alfred T., law student with W. H. Brooks, boards 5 Hampden 
•Guyott Luke, emp B. F. Nichols, house 5 Hampden 
Guyott Peter, boards 113 High 
Guyotte Theodore (T. & V. Guyott), rooms 113 High 

GUYOTT T. & V. (Theodore & Victor Guyott), dining-room and 
saloon, 115 High. [See page 448.] 
Guyott Victor (T. & V. Guyott), rooms 113 High 

Hackett Charles, carpenter, house 39 Pearl 

Hackett Charles M., base ball manager, boards Windsor Hotel 

HADLEY CO., spool, cottons, yarns, twines, etc., William 
Grover agent, 42 Canal. [See page 388.] 
Hadley Falls National Bank, 10 Dwight corner Main 
Hagar Hermann, emp Germania Mills, house Westfield road, B. V. 
Hagerton William J., carpenter, house 25 Cabot 
Hagerty David, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., house 61 Center 
Hagerty Dennis, emp city, house 18 Maple 
Hagerty Elizabeth Mrs., house rear 142 Maple 
Hagerty Ellen, widow Michael J., house 45 Mosher 
Hagerty Hannah Miss, emp Wilson & Smith, boards 175 High 
Hagerty James J., compositor Transcript, res Chicopee Falls 
Hagerty Jeremiah, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 28 Bridge 
Hagerty Jeremiah, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 129 Bridge 
Hagerty Jeremiah J., laborer, house 129 Bridge 
Hagerty John, boards 50 Centre 

Hagerty Michael, emp Crocker Mfg Co., house 29 Lyman 
Hagues William, emp Merrick Thread Co., house Elm B. V. 
Hainault Edward, removed to Oswego, N. Y. 
Hakes Florence M. Miss, seamstress, rooms 189 High 
Hale Frank, emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 92 Bond 
Haley Bridget, widow Thomas, house 16 Adams 
Haley Cornelius, farmer, house Cherry, B. V. 
Haley Daniel, house 38 Chestnut 



104 HOLYOKE [H] DIKECTORY. 

Haley Dennis, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 61 East 

Haley John, boards 16 Adams 

Haley John, farmer, Easthampton road 

Haley Mary, widow James, house 47 Fountain 

Haley Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 103 Pine 

Haley Thomas, laborer, house Easthampton road 

Haley Thomas, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 16 Adams 

Haley Timothy, supt of streets, house 38 Chestnut 

Haley [See also Healey] 

HALFPENNY JOHN, grocer 285 Main, boards 287 do. [See 
page 460.] 
Hall Benjamin W\, emp Hampden Cotton Mills, rooms 31 Front 
Hall Charles H, emp National Paper Co., boards 10 Hampden 
Hall E. Betsey, widow Elihu, house 10 Hampden 
Hall Edward H., book-keeper Massasoit Paper Co., res Springfield 
Hall Elmer E., clerk E. J. Pomeroy, boards Northampton, I. P. 
Hall Ezra F., tallyman H. & W. R. R., house 20 Newton Place 
Hall Frank, removed to Providence, R. I. 
Hall Jared, laborer, house Northampton, I. P. 
Hall Martha M. Mrs., house 63 Front 

Hall Willis A , salesman Worthington Paper Co., res Springfield 
Halliday Thomas, house 29 Adams 

Hallihan John, blacksmith, emp Keough Bros., boards 70 Canal 
Hallihan Robert, horse-car driver, house 114 High 
Hallissey James, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 35 Adams 
Hallissey Jeremiah, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 651 High 
Hallissey Jeremiah, laborer, house 653 High 
Hallissey Nora, widow Dennis, house 651 High 
Hallissey Patrick, boards 653 High 
Halloran Ann Mrs., boards 586 East 
Halloran Frank, bartender, house 83 D wight 
Halloran James, emp Valley Paper Co., house 35 East 
Halloran Michael J , expressman, house 49 Bridge 
Halloran Robert, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Halloran [See also Holloran] 

HAM WILLIAM G«, deputy sheriff and auctioneer, 217 High, 
house 186 Dwight. [See page 423.] 
Hamel Alphonse, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., boards 69 High 
Hamel Antonius, barber 339 Main, house 63 Cabot 
Hamel Charles, carpenter, house 213 West Hampden 
Hamel Clovis, carpenter, house 36 Mosher 

Hamel Frumence, flagman C. R. R. R., house 219 West Hampden 
Hamel George, barber A. Hamel, boards 123 Newton 
Hamel John, emp Landers Bros., house 97 Jackson 
Hamel Louis, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 21 Park 
Hamel Napoleon, teacher, boards 219 Hampden 
Hamelin Etienne, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 41 Cabot 
Hamelin Francis, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 93 Lyman 
Hamelin George, emp Holyoke Bone Co., boards 41 Cabot 
Hamelin Urbain, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 54 Union 
Hamerlin Frederika Mrs , house 617 Bridge 
Hamilton Addie Mrs., house 85 Front 



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Hamilton Alexander, emp Merrick Thread Co., h off Chicopee road 

Hamilton Frank W. Mrs., confectionery 144 Maple 

Hamilton Henry, house 120 Lyman 

Hamilton Joseph A., overseer spinning room Connor Bros., b636Main 

Hamilton T. W., emp A. M. Shepardson, boards Chestnut 

Hamilton William, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 253 Park 

Hamilton William, clerk J. J. Nugent, boards off Chicopee road 

Hamilton William H., clerk One Price Clothing Co., bds 319 Main 

Hamlin Willard A., bottler 10 Ely, boards 6 East D wight 

Hammond Anna C. Mrs., house 342 Maple 

Hampden Cotton Mills, cotton duck and denims, Edward S. Bradford 

aorent and treasurer, Lyman cor first level canal 
Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Co., George F. Fowler pres, T. H. 

Fowler sec'y and treas, Riverside 

HAMPDEN REMNANT STORE, Cooledge & Co. props, 81 
Dwight, branch store 373 Main. [See page 437.] 
Hanbury Charles H., removed to Boston 
Hanbury Walter P., gardener, boards 74 Prospect 
Hancock Amonica Miss, emp Wauregan Paper Co., bds 34 Summer 
Hancock Joseph, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 23 John 
Hancock Thomas, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., rooms 55 Dwight 
Hand Peter, overseer yard Hampden Cotton Mills, house 39 Front 
Haney Bridget, widow John, house 15 Chestnut 
Haney Fanny Mrs., emp Valley Paper Co., h 106 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Haney James, emp city, house 651 High 

Haney William, emp Hadley Co., house 106 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Haney William Mrs., boards South, B. V. 
Hanhar Elsed, rooms 90 Race 

Hanifin Daniel, emp C. R. R. R., boards 145 Lyman 
Hanifin Donald, boards 208 Lyman 
Hanifin Matthew, emp Germania Mills, boards 70 Race 
Hanifin Patrick, plasterer, house 56 Elm 

Hanle Rev. Frederick B., pastor German Reformed Church, parson- 
age 637 Bridge 
Hanley John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 114 High 
Hanley John, emp Massasoit Paper Co., rooms 122 High 
Hanley John P., emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 668 Bridge 
Hanlon Annie Miss, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 
Hanlon Bridget Mrs., boards 2 Oliver 
Hanlon Daniel, emp Kelly & Wesely, house 59 Adams 
Hanlon Dennis J., emp Kennedy & Sullivan 
Hanlon Michael, house Walnut near Lyman 
Hannan Dennis J., emp Lyman Mills, house 34 Front 
Hannan Patrick, emp John C. Smith, house 616 East 
Hannigan Kate Miss, emp Winona Paper Co., rooms 110 High 
Hanretty James, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 544 Bridge 
Hanson Carrie M., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 145 Main 
Hanson Charles Otto, emp Excelsior Paper Co., house 95 Newton 
Hanson Elias, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 179 Main 
Hanson Follansbee, painter, house 63 Newton Place 
Hanson Frank, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards Germania Hotel 
Hanson Henry, expressman, house 15 Newton Place 

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106 HOLTOKE [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hanson Isaac, boarding house, 63 Newton Place 

Hanson Isaac W., expressman, rooms 276 High 

Hanson Stephen, teamster, house 13 East D wight 

Hapgood George, boards 84 Race 

Hapgood Sarah E. Mrs., house 84 Race 

Hapgood William, emp T. F. Kegan, boards 84 Race 

Hardick Charles E., compositor Transcript, b Pearl c Fairfield ave 

HARDIMAN MICHAEL D., saloon 43 East cor Ely, house 54 
Ely. [See page 512.] 
Hardiman William, emp Valley Paper Co., house 45 Bridge 
Hardy Burton, emp C. M. Sheldon, boards 6 Mosher 
Hardy John D., supt water works, house 8 East Dwight 
Hardy Lucretia, widow Amos H., house 6 East Dwight 
Hardy Stacia Miss, emp Thos. J. Anderson, rooms 152 High 
Harkins Daniel G., dentist, office and house 125 Dwight 
Harkins George, emp Chemical Paper Co., rooms 636 Main 
Harkins Grace M, housekeeper Rev. P. J. Harkins, 65 Hampden 
Harkins Patrick J. Rev., pastor Si. Jerome Catholic Church, house 65 
Hampden cor Chestnut 

HARLOW LUCIUS, millwright and pattern-maker, first level 
canal, bet Appleton and Cabot, h 5 Mosher. [See page 396.] 
Harmon Daniel, teamster, rooms Engine House, High 
Harmon Ellen Mrs., boards 101 Beach 
Harmon John, house 24 Prospect 

Harnois Felix, emp Gridley & Moriarty, house 525 Bridge 
Harnois Isaac, house 542 East 

Harobine Benjamin, insurance canvasser, house 119 Pine 
Harrington Ann Mrs., house 645 Summer 
Harrington Hannah, widow Jeremiah, house 65 Prospect 
Harrington Jeremiah, emp Connor Bros., house rear 135 Maple 
Harrington Johanna, widow Timothy, house 161 Dwight 
Harringon Michael, laborer, 38 Elm 
Harrington Thomas, emp C. B. Davis, boards 651 High 
Harrington Thomas, emp H. & W. R. R., house 39 Elm 
Harrington Timothy, emp city, house 113 Dwight 
Harris Albert, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 20 Worcester place 
Harris Andrew, carpenter, boards 9 Taylor 
Harris Edward, sewing machine agent, rooms 84 Race 
Harris Frank, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., house 20 Worcester place 
Harris Henry, barber, 391 Main, boards East 
Harris Jasper, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 29 Newton place 
Harris John G., pressman Transcript, rooms 83 Dwight 
Harris Miriam W. Mrs., house 96 Newton 

Harris Samuel, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, rooms 13 Suffolk 
Harris William J. president Deane Steam Pump Co., res New York 
Hart Ellen Mrs., emp National Blank Book Co., house 32 Cabot 
Hart George, boards 7 Oliver 
Hart George, painter, house 150 High 

Hart George A., clerk Whiting Paper Co., boards 32 Cabot 
Hart George B., emp Valley Paper Co., house 17 Summer (Wajd 1) 
Hart John B., superintendent Valley Paper Co., house 25 West 
Hart Mitchell R., emp Albion Paper Co., boards 7 Oliver 






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Hart Nelson, teamster Lyman Mills and boarding-house, 7 Oliver 

Hart Nelson, Jr., emp Albion Paper Co., house 121 High 

Hart Peter, bricklayer, house 118 High 

Hart Sophia Mrs., house 121 High 

Hart Thomas L., hair dresser A. Oldershaw, house 15 Bowers 

Hart (see Francouer) 

Hartenstein Ernest, rem to Philadelphia 

Hartie Ambrose, house 538 East 

Hartie William, emp Holyoke Bone Co., house 123 Newton 

Hartigan Catherine, widow John, house 34 Ely 

Hartigan Frank, boards 34 Ely 

Hartigan Patrick, house 34 Ely 

Hartman George, baker at Barr's, rooms 270 Maple 

Hartnett Jerry, emp J. Delaney, house 643 High 

Hartnett Jerry Jr., emp. J. Delaney, boards 643 High 

Hartnett John, laborer, boards 21 Hampshire 

Hartnett Kate, widow Jeremiah, house 91 Elm 

Hartnett Mary, widow Timothy, dressmaker, house 214 Lyman 

Hartness Patrick, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., h 21 Hampshire 

Hartnett Patrick, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 22 Jackson. 

Hartnett Patrick Jr., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 22 Jackson 

Harty James, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 77 Hamilton 

Harty Josie Miss, house 586 East 

Harty Lawrence, night watchman Hadley Co., house 25 East 

Harty Patrick, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 586 East 

Harty Peter, emp S. Hanson, boards 13 East D wight 

Hartzell Charles M., emp Winona Paper Co., house 24 West 

Harvey Joseph, machine tender, Holyoke Paper Co., h 618 Main 

Harvey Thomas, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 28 Ely 

Harwood Frank, laborer, house 201 Lyman 

Haseltine Charles, rem to Canada 

Haskell H. Frank, emp Hadley Co., house 61 Center. 

Haskell Lucy Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 56 Race 

Haskins A. E., emp Hadley Co., boards 38 Ely 

Haskins Emma S. Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 40 Ely 

Haskins Florence, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 

Haskins J. H. Mrs., rooms 1 Hampden 

Haskins Nathan E., roofer, house 144 Beech 

Hassett James, boards 120 Lyman 

Hassett William, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 120 Lyman 

Hassett William, emp Lyman Mills, house 120 Lyman 

Hastings Charlts C, farmer and milk peddler, h Northampton, I. P. 

Hastings F. H. Mrs., house 207 Pine 

Hastings Henry O., dentist, 197 High, house Northampton, I. P. 

Hastings Joseph S., house 57 Pleasant 

Hatch Christian, emp Connor Bros., house 470 Main 

Hatch Lloyd, emp Winona Paper Co., rooms 7 Main 

Hatfield George, carpenter, house 113 Walnut 

Hauff Frederick, removed to Springfield 

Haultbaur Amise Mrs., house 69 High 

Hawes Arthur C, insurance canvasser, house 181 High 

Hawes Hervey K., attorney-at-law, 225 High, house 158 Elm 



108 HOLYOKE [H] DIKECTORY. 



Hayden Albert E., removed to Boston 

Hayes Bridget Mrs., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house rear 114 Maple 

Hayes Charles, paper maker, rooms 35 Hampden 

HAYES FRANK H , eating house and prop Holyoke Steam 
Laundry, 41 Main, house 13 do. [See page 442.] 
Hayes James, emp Lyman Mill No. 3, house 9 Hampden 
Hayes John W., emp E. D. Shaw, boards 19 Hampden 
Hayes J. L. Mrs., milliner, 112 D wight, rooms do 
Hayes Mary, widow Dennis, house 57 Ra^e 

Hayes Matilda Miss, dressmaking, 275 Main, boards 535 Summer 
Hayes Robert, emp S. T. Lyman & Son, house 535 Summer 
Hayes Simon, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 143 Main 
Hayes William F. Mrs., house 17 Oliver 
Haynes Daniel P., house 41 Newton 

Hay ward Charles H., emp R. T. Prentiss, boards 21 Worcester place 
Hayward Lewis F., overseer yard Hadley Co., house 52 Canal 
Hay ward Lewis F. Jr., book-keeper Nonotuck Paper Co., bds 52 Canal 
Hayward Sarah E., teacher East Dwight school, boards 52 Canal 
Healey Andrew, emp Connor Brothers, house 85 Hampden 
Healey Catherine, widow Daniel, house 269 Park 
Healey Cornelius J., carriage painter, rooms 205 Dwight 
Healey Daniel, blacksmith helper, emp J. C. Smith, house 83 Race 
Healey James, laborer, house 85 Hampden 
Healey Mary Miss, teacher, boards 27 West 
Healey Nellie H. Miss, dressmaker, boards 21 Prospect 
Healey Nellie T. Miss, milliner Boston Store, boards 194 Dwight 
Healy John, farmer, house Easthampton road 
Healey (see Haley) 

Heebel Ignatz, emp Germania Mills, house 35 Jackson 
Heber Gottleib, emp Connor Brothers, house 355 Park 
Hebert Alphonsia, dressmaker, house 85 Park 
Hebert Andre, boards 568 East 
Hebert Angeline, dressmaker, 173 Park, boards do 
Hebert Dosite, baker, Fontaine & Pion, boards 582 East, 
Hebert Emarente, widow Ephraim, house 666 East 
Hebert Ephraim (D. Fontaine & Co.), house 666 East 
Hebert Honore, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 93 Lyman 
Hebert Hermidas, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 580 East 
Hebert Isidore, house 81 Park 
Hebert James, emp Lyman Mills, boards 69 High 
Hebert John B., laborer, house 86 Cabot 

Hebert Joseph, photographer, Main corner Cabot, boards 25 Fountain 
Hebert Joseph, emp Worthington Paper Co., house 103 Lyman 
Hebert Joseph, carpenter, house 580 East 
Hebert Louis, fireman Pulp Mill, house 89 Lyman 
Hebert Maxime, emp Conn. River Pulp Co., boards 101 Lyman 
Hebert Napoleon, emp Lyman Mills, house 9 Oliver 
Hebert Oliver, laborer, C. R. R. R., boards 6 Potvin ave 
Hebert Raphael, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 546 Bridge 
Hebert Richard, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 173 Park 
Hebert Thomas, chopper, house 56 Union 
Hebert Wilfred, baker, house 85 Park 



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Hebert William, removed to West Warren 

Hebert (see also Herbert) 

Hecker Julius, house 253 Park 

Hecker Julius Jr., clerk Holyoke One Price Clothing Co., boards 253 

Park 
Heckson George, emp Lynch Brothers, boards 91 Elm 
Heddner Paulina, widow Christian, house 617 Bridge 
Heeney Belle Mrs., rooms 11 Hampden 
Hefferan Honora Mrs., house 36 East 
Hefferan John W., emp Albion Paper Co., house 36 East 
Hefferan Patrick, brass worker, boards 13 John 
Heffernan Michael A., bar tender Holyoke House 
Hegarton William J., emp Merrick Lumber Co.. house 25 Cabot 
Hegerty (see Hagerty) 

Hegy Dabol, emp Connor Brothers, house 303 Park 
Hegy Ignatz, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 239 Park 
Heidner Charles H, shipping clerk Hoi. Furniture Co., rms 342 Maple 

HEIDNER FREDERICK A., sewing machine agency, fancy 
yoods, and agent Bazaar Paper Patterns, 187 High, house 348 
Maple. [See page 433.] 
Heidner Joseph G., emp F. A. Heidner, rooms 342 Maple 
Heinritz Hermann, clerk John Heinritz & Son, boards 620 East 

HEINRITZ JOHN (John Heinritz & Son), successor to the 
Holyoke Woven Wire Mattress Co., factory 120 and 122 Front, 
office 401 Main, house 620 East. [See page 395.] 

HEINRITZ JOHN & SON, (John Heinritz, L. G. Heinritz), 
druggists, 401 Main. [See page 435.] 
Heinritz Lepreght G. (John Heinritz & Son), boards 620 East 
Heinze August, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 97 Jackson 
Heinze Louis, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house Brown's ave B. V. 
Hemingway C. S., principal High School, house 53 Pleasant 
Hemmenn Edward J., barber, emp L. N. Williston, house 189 Dwight 
Hemond Joseph, boards 371 Main 

HEMPHILL ASHTON E., storage warehouse, Cabot cor Com- 
mercial, boards Windsor Hotel. [See page 397.] 
Henderson Anna, widow James, house 50 Race 
Henderson Edward F., emp Whitmore Mfg Co., house 110 West 
Henderson George, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h 34 Newton 

place 
Henderson George W., foreman Winona Paper Co., boards 7 Main 
Henderson Joseph A., boards 3 Hampden 
Henderson Joseph H., house 3 Hampcen 

Henderson Katie, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 276 High 
Henderson Philo G., yard master Hoi. Machine Co., rooms 120 Race 
Henderson William, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 17 Bowers 
Hendrick Kate, widow John, house 609 Bridge 
Hendricks David A., emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 118 Maple 
Hendricks John, boards 117 Race 

Hendricks Lambert, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 117 Race 
Hendry James, emp Hadley Co., house 33 Canal 
Heniff Thomas, emp William A. Chase, house 165 Beach 
Hennessey Bartholomew, emp C. R. R. R., boards 190 Lyman 



110 HOLYOKE [H] DIEECTORY. 



Hennessey Bridget, widow Edward, house 46 Walnut 

Hennessey Johanna, widow Thomas, house 35 Fountain 

Hennessey John J., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., bds 28 Cabot 

Hennessey Mary Miss, emp 130 High, boards 27 Chestnut 

Hennessey Mary, widow Thomas, house 86 Prospect 

Hennessey Mary, widow John, house 28 Cabot 

Hennessey Michael, blacksmith, emp E. D. Shelly, house 37 Chestnut 

Hennessey Thomas J., plumber, emp Thomas Connor, bds 86 Prospect 

Hennick Frederick, painter, boards 87 Race 

Henley Thomas W., porter Holyoke House 

Henretty James, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 29 Cabot 

Henrichon William, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 542 East 

Henry Frederick J., emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 84 Newton 

Henry Matthew, emp Lvroan Mills, rooms 1 Hampden 

HENRY SEYMOUR CUTLERY CO., Robert H. Seymour 
secretary and treasurer, 10 Appleton. [See page 393.] 
Henthorne Chadwick, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 1 Oliver 
Hepworth Foster, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, res So Had Falls. 

HERALD PUBLISHING CO., publishers Holyoke Herald, 66 
Main. See page 416.] 
Herbert Bridget, widow John, house 16 High 
Herbert Catherine Miss, house 16 High 
Herbert Dennis E., real estate agent, house 14 High 
Herbert James, carpenter, house 101 Hampden 
Herbert John J., truant officer, house 39 High 
Herbert Morris, emp Connor Brothers, boards 90 Fountain 
Herbert Patrick, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, boards 13 John 
Herbert Patrick, captain police, house 16 High 
Herbert Paul, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 3 Park 
Herbert William, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 90 Fountain 
Herbert. [See Hebert.] 

Herder Hugo, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., heuse Willimansett 
Herlihey Thomas, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 135 Lyman 
Herrick Alida C. Mrs., house 185 Pine 

Herrick B. Frank, watchman Lyman Mills, house 5 Hampden 
Herrick Levi W., emp Whiting Paper Co , house 4 West 
Herring George R., cashier R. T. Prentiss, boards 219 Dwight 
Herring Herman, house rear 339 Park 

HEROLD ADOLF, proprietor Holyoke Steam Dye House, 286 
Main, house do. [See page 443.] 
Herrold Otto, boards rear 337 Park 

Herschel Clemens, hvdraulic engineer Hoi. W. Power Co., h 181 Elm 
Herter Anthony, emp Lyman Mills, house 10 Oliver 
Hetu Arthur, carpenter, house 289 Dwight 
Hetu Peter Noel, house 85 Lyman 
Hetu carpenter, boards 63 Cabot 
Hewett Ephraim, emp Watson Ely & Son, rooms 61 Newton 
Hewlett Jesse H., emp Excelsior Paper Co., house 96 Newton 
Heyneman Edward, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 346 High 
Hey wood Charles H., treas Holyoke Paper Co., h Northampton, I. P. 
Heywood Daniel Mrs., house 147 Elm 
Hey wood Francis D., treasurer Whitmore Mfg Co., house 147 Elm 



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Heywood William H., treasurer Nonotuck Paper Go., h 249 Maple 

Hibbard Frank E., emp Keough Brothers, rooms 303 High 

Hibbard Thomas, draughtsman Deane Steam Pump Co., h 214 Walnut 

Hibernian Hall, 139 High 

Hickey Charles, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 73 Ely 

Hickey Ellen, widow John, house 75 Lyman 

Hickey James, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 75 Sargeant 

Hickey Michael, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 75 Sargeant 

Hickey Michael, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 

Hickey Patrick, machine tender Holyoke Paper Co., house 628 Main 

Hickey Patrick H., blacksmith Richard Shea, house 74 Newton 

Hickey Simon, teamster R. T. Prentiss, boards 80 Taylor 

Hicks Charles A., civil engineer, removed to Needham 

Hicks George R., salesman D. Mackintosh & Son, house South, B. Y. 

Hicks Herbert, salesman Merrick Thread Co., boards Palatine Hotel 

Hicks John (Morris Hicks & Co.), house 252 Hampden 

Hicks Morris (Morris Hicks & Co.), house 250 Hampden 

HICKS MORRIS & CO. (Morris & John Hicks), sale stable, 120 
Pine. [See page 487.] 
Higginbottom Allen, collector, office 229 High, house 126 D wight 
Higgins Bridget Miss, house 63 Elm 
Higgins Catharine Mrs., boards 34 Cabot 
Higgins Dennis, house 39 High 

Higgins James, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 26 Jackson 
Higgins Julia, widow Michael, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 32 Mosher 
Higgins Michael, boards 35 Adams 

HIGGINS W. D. MRS., millinery and dressmaking, 123 High, 
rooms 121 do. [See page 438.] 
Hildreth John, overseer making up department Farr Alpaca Co., 

house Northampton cor Beech, B. Y. 
Hildreth John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 132 Cabot 
Hildreth Richard, cloth examiner Farr Alpaca Co., house Northamp- 
ton cor Beech, B. Y. 
Hill Augustus J., carpenter, house 70 West 

HILL RICHARD H.. elevators and friction clutches, first level 
canal, bet Appleton and Cabot, house 22 Taylor. [See p. 397.] 
Hiller Bruno, emp Connor Bros., boards 359 Park 
Hillman Fred, painter, house 295 D wight 
Hillman Harry T., clerk R. T. Prentiss, boards 49 Pleasant 
Hillman Herbert E., conductor H. & W. R.R., house 32 Newton place 
Hillman Joseph, junk dealer, house 101 Walnut 
Hills Antoine, emp Connor Bros., house 19 Hamilton 
Hills George H., agent Lyman Mills, house 116 Dwight 
Hills George W., engineer Deane Steam Pump Co., h Lawlor, B. Y. 
Hillscamp William, emp National Blank Book Co , house 1 9 Bond 
Himmer Andrew, house 247 Park 

Hinchcliffe Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 36 Bond 
Hinckley Louis D., clerk, removed to Ware, Mass. 
Hine Juliana, widow Conrad, removed to Baltic, Conn. 
Hine Mabel Miss, telegraph operator, C. R. R. R., depot, bds 80 Race 
Hine Spencer, house 80 Race 
Hinkley Fred L., clerk J. G. Mackintosh & Co., res Chicopee Falls 



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Hinks George A., boarding house, 1 Hampden 

Hinman Orrin, carpenter, rooms 41 Newton 

Hinter Henry, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, boards 87 Race 

Hirt Christian, emp Holyoke Warp Co., boards 616 East 

Hirt Matthew, tailor Max Cobe, rooms 143 Pine 

Hirtzel George L., emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., house 174 Cabot 

Hitchcock Albion F., teller City National Bank, boards 266 Maple 

Hitchcock Charles, emp W. Ely & Son, house 276 High 

Hitchcock Dexter B., farmer, house Northampton, opp South, B. Y. 

Hitchcock J. Frank, travelling salesman Whiting Paper Co., rooms 

312 Maple 
Hitchener Frank, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 13 John 
Hoadley Percy L., removed to Springfield 

HOBBS SEWELL J., proprietor Samosett House. 143 Maple, 
and livery stable, 59 Hampden. [See page 487,] 
Hodge Charles B., second hand emp Hadley Co., h Spring, S. H. F. 
Hodge Francis M., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., residence Springfield 
Hodge James L., supt Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., h Willimansett 
Hodge Jane, emp Lyman Mills, house 9 Hampden 
Hodge John W., foreman Excelsior Paper Co., house 120 Cabot 
Hoelzel Louis, Mass. Woven Wire Mattress Co., office Palatine Hotel, 

house South, B. V. 
Hoer James, mason tender, house 38 Chestnut 
Hoer Kate Mrs., house 235 Park 
Hoffman August W., book-keeper Excelsior Paper Co., house Carew, 

So. Hadley Falls 
Hoffman Ernest, emp Germania Mills, house 369 Park 
Hoffman Gotlieb, emp Germania Mills-, boards Germania block, Park 
Hoffman Gustave E., cigar maker, emp 512 Main, house 12 Adams 
Hoffmin Wilhelmina Mrs., house 97 Jackson 
Hoffman William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 42 Sargeant 
Hoffmeyer Fred, overseer dressing dept Germania Mills, h Southamp- 
ton road 
Hoffmeyer Frederick, house Back street, B. V. 
Hoffmeyer William, emp Connor Bros., boards 306 Park 
Hogan Daniel, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 90 Bond 
Hogan Daniel, emp C. Ranger, bds Greeley's Hotel, 38 Hampden 
Hogan John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards So. Hadley Falls 
Hogan John, painter, boards Mechanic 

Hogan Maurice, emp Holyoke Water Works, house 226 Lyman 
Hogan Michael M., watchman Alb on Paper Co., res So. Hadley Falls 
Hogan Morris, teamster, boards Mechanic 
Hogan Nellie Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 17 John 
Hogan Patrick, laborer, house 651 High 
Hogan Patrick laborer, house Mechanic, near Appleton 
Hogan Patrick, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 511 Bridge 
Hogan Patrick, boards 135 East 

Hogarth John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house Laurel, B. Y. 
Hogarth Thomas H. G., clerk G. P. Ellison, boards Laurel, B. Y. 
Hogg Lawrence, emp Lyman Mills, boards 10 Oliver 
Holbrook George B., pres and treas Beebe & Holbrook Co., residence 
Springfield 



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Holbrook Louis, emp G. P. Ellison, boards Northampton, B. V. 
Holbrook Lulu V. Miss, emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 74 Race 

H OLDEN CHARLES S., stationery, newspapers and periodi- 
cals 9 Dwight, boards 182 Beech. [See page 442.] 
Holden Daniel, dentist 6 Dwight, house 182 Beech 
Holden Elihu B., manager C. S. Holden's news depot, bds 182 Beech 
Holdroyd Joseph, foreman rag room D. & C. Paper Co., bds 24 Pearl 
Holiday Katie Mrs., boards 17 Hampden 
Holland James C, printer Transcript, rooms 83 Dwight 
Holley Charles H., paper hanger, emp F. D. Cordes, h 126 Beech 
Holley Frank, rooms 57 Newton 

Holley Henry, emp W. Ely & Son, house 26 Newton Place 
Holley John, emp H. E. Bouton, house 19 Bowers 
Holley Rosetta, widow Henry, boards 203 Dwight 
Holley Thomas W., manager American Pad Co., house 203 Dwight 
Holliday Jomes, emp Newton Paper Co,, house 52 Sargeant 
Hollis Burr O., emp Lyman Mills, boards 95 Front 
Hollohan Daniel, blacksmith, emp Keough Bros., boards 70 Canal 
Holloran Frank, clerk 176 High, rooms 83 Dwight 
Holloran John, laborer, boards 167 Lyman 
Holloran Joseph A., city express, house 161 Dwight 
Holloran Patrick, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 13 Chestnut 
Holloran [See Halloran] 

Hoi man Arthur G., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 198 Dwight 
Holman Stephen, treas Holyoke Machine Co., res Worcester, Mass. 
Holmes Asa H., bottler W. A. Hamlin, rooms 15 Newton Place 
Holmes Charles, carpenter, house 291 Dwight 
Holmes Erastus H., emp Hoi Water Power Co., boards 43 Front 
Holmes Frank L. (Holmes, Perkins & Co.), house 246 Walnut 
Holmes George, clerk Gridley & Moriarty, boards South Had Falls 
Holmes Newton F., emp Riverside Paper Co., house 517 Canal 

HOLMES, PERKINS & CO. (F. L. Holmes, J. B. Perkins), 
pork packers and wholesale provisons, 52 Main. [See p. 468.] 
Holmes Rufus B. (Nash, Holmes & Co.), house 191 Walnut 
Holt James S., emp John C. Smith, boards 243 Main 
Holyoke Co-operative Bank, 24 Dwight, D. O. Judd sec. 

HOLYOKE BONE COMPANY, manufacturers bone cutlery, 
handles, scales, etc , H. S. Safford supt, Front cor Sargeant. 
[See page 391.] 

HOLYOKE BOTTLING WORKS. L. A. Cutler prop, 30 John 
[See page 514.] 
Holyoke Business College, C. H. & E. E. Childs props, 69 Dwight 

HOLYOKE CARPET CLEANING WORKS, J. A. Field 
prop, 120 Front. [See page 449.] 
HOLYOKE ENVELOPE CO., James T. Abbe pres, George N. 
Tyner treas, Water Power Co.'s Cabot st. mill. [See p. 375.] 
HOLYOKE PILE WORKS (Bozenhard & Foerster props), 
Bowers & Mosher's bldg, opp H. & W. depot. [See page 398.] 
Holyoke Frank, physician, office 18 Dwight, house do 
Holyoke Furniture Co. (E. D. Metcalf, E. Luther and Ozro J. Liver- 
more), 61 to 65 Dwight 
Holyoke Gas Light Co., office 1 Canal, L. D. Rhodes supt 

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114 HOLYOKE [H] DIRECTORY. 



HOLYOKE HERALD (Weekly), Herald Publishing Co, 66 
Main. [See page 416.] 
Holyoke High School, 127 to 131 Elm 
Holyoke House, Frederick Bush prop, 17 Dwiorht 
Holyoke Journal, Wm. M. Thieme prop, 302 High 
Holyoke Machine Co., machinery mfrs, 517 Main 

HOLYOKE MONUMENTAL WORKS, H. M. Cook propr, 
Railroad cor Dwight. [See page 490.] 
Holyoke National Bank, Wm. G-. Twing cashier, 199 High 

HOLYOKE ONE PRICE CLOTHING CO., 193 High, branch 
store 317 Main. [See outside cover.] 
HOLYOKE OPERA HOUSE, Chase Bros, managers, Windsor 
Hotel block, 40 Dwight cor Front 
Holyoke Paper Box Co., first level canal, cor Cabot 

HOLYOKE PAPER CO., O. H. Greenleaf pres, 637 Main. [See 
page 360.] 
Holyoke Post Office, C. B. Prescott P. M., Holyoke House block 17 

Dwight 
Holyoke Public Library, City Hall building 

HOLYOKE SAVINGS BANK, R- B. Johnson treas, 199 High. 
[See page 355.] 
Holyoke Skating Rink, Clarence E. Clifford manager, Front near 

Fountain 
Holyoke Steam Boiler and Plate Iron Works, B. F. Mullin, propr, 
boilers, bleachers, sheet and plate iron work, Mechanic 

HOLYOKE STEAM DYE WORKS, Adolf Herold propr, 
286 Main, [See page 443.] 
HOLYOKE STEAM LAUNDRY, F. H. Hayes propr, laundry 
20 Race, office 41 Main. [See page 442.] 
Holyoke Street Railway, C. Fayette Smith treas, H. M. Smith supt, 
treas's office 13 Dwight, gen'l office So. Hadley Falls 

HOLYOKE TEA AND COFFEE CO., P. O. Whitney agent, 
54 Lyman. [See page 461.] 
HOLYOKE TRANSCRIPT (THE), publishing and job print- 
ing office, 182 High. 
Holyoke Warp Co., J. L. Burlingame treas, 529 Main 

HOLYOKE WATER POWER CO., W. A. Chase treas, office 
1 Canal. [See page 356.] 
Holyoke Water Works, yard 135 Elm, office City Hall 

HOLYOKE WOVEN WIRE MATTRESS CO., John Hein- 
ritz (successor to) manufactory 120 and 122 Front, office 401 
Main. [See page 395.] 
Holyoke <fc Westfield R. R. depot, Dwight cor Front 

HOME NATIONAL BANK, E. L. Munn cashier, 239 High. 
[See page 353.] 
Home Paper Co., paper and paper stock, cor Cross and Race 
Honey Horace, rooms 105 Newton 

Hood David M., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards Lawlor, B. V. 
Hood John, foreman blacksmith shop H. Machine Co., h Lawlor, B. V. 
Hooker Charles, boards 55 Suffolk 

Hooker Julia A. Miss, clerk Dickieson, Reid & Co., rooms 132 Elm 
Hooker Lathrop L., house Southampton road, W. H. 



HOLYOKE [H] DIRECTOEY. 115 



Hooks John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 90 Race 

Hopkins Harry, house 508 South Canal 

Hopkins Lyman R., president Merrick Thread Co., res Brooklyn N. Y. 

Hopp Lewis (Philip Hopp & Co.), house 107 High 

Hopp Philip (Philip Hopp & Co.), rooms 106 High 

Hopp Philip & Co. (Philip Hopp, Louis Hopp), clothiers and tailors, 

112 High 
Hore Patrick, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 76 High 
Home Andrew P., foreman, carding dept Merrick Thread Co., house 

49 Race 
Home Irving B., boards 49 Race 
Home William, emp Germania Mills house 811 High 
Horner Richard C, mechanical draughtsman, house 108 West 
Horr R. C, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., rooms 40 Essex 
Horrigan John, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 482 Maple 
Horrigan Kate Mrs., dressmaker, house 119 Walnut 
Horrigan Michael, house 119 Walnut 

Horrigan Patrick, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 546 Bridge 
Horrigan Patrick Jr., emp Union Paper Mfg Co., boards 546 Bridge 
Horrigan Sidney L , clerk D. H. Porterfield, rooms 122 High 
Horrigan William J., overseer carding room Merrick Thread Co., 

rooms 122 High 
Hortie Ambrose, emp Stephen Hanson, house 538 East 
Hortie Wilbrode, foreman Holyoke Bone Co., house Sargeant opp 

Holyoke Bone Co. 
Horton Richard, emp J. & W. Jolly, residence Northampton 
Hortop William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 23 Bond 
Hosford Benjamin F., treasurer Winona Paper Co., house 203 Pine 
Hosmer Alvin, carpenter, rooms 8 Hampden 
Houghtaling Charles H., paper stock 6 Dwight, house 78 Taylor 
Houghtaling Christopher, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Houghtaling David, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 17 Bowers 
Houghtaling George H., emp Hadley Co., house 10 West 
Houghtaling William N., house 17 Bowers 
Houle Atanase, laborer, house 131 Park 

Houlihan John, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 161 Dwight 
Houlihan Michael, teamster, house 75 Walnut 
Houlihan Patrick, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 119 Pine 
Houlihan. [See Whorlihan.] 

House Albert J., clerk Charles H. Prentiss, boards 232 Maple 
House of Providence, hospital, 129 Dwight near Elm 
House William A., emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 80 Newton 
Houston Henry S., boards 282 Maple 
Houston Joseph E., house 46 Pleasant 
Houston Robert A., house 282 Maple. 
Houston Sarah, widow William, boards 298 Dwight 
Howard Edward J., emp city, house 20 Hampshire 
Howard E. E., physician, 13 Main, house do 
Howard Herbert F., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 7 Hampden 
Howard James, removed to Haverhill, Mass 
Howard J, Horton, foreman Mass. Screw Co., house 117 Newton 
Howard John, carpenter, house 8 Oliver 



116 HOLTOKE [H] DIRECTORY. 



Howard Thomas, watchman Holyoke Paper Co., house 454 Maple 
Howard Thomas Jr., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 454 Maple 
Howe Ann M. Mrs., house 194 High 
Howe George W., house 269 Main 

HOWE JOHN, baker and ice cream manufacturer, 186 High, house 
184 do. [See page 450.] 
Howes James R., carpenter and builder, house 101 Pleasant 
Howes Micajah J., dealer in butter and eggs, house 45 Taylor 
Howland Edward H., florist 280 High, residence Easthampton, Mass 
Huband Frederick, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 64 Race 
Hubbard Frederick, yard master Chemical Paper Co., house 31 East 
Hubbard J. Clark, physician, office 236 Maple, house do 
Hubbard Jeremiah N. (Hubbard & Taber), rooms 272 High 
Hubbard Martha C, teacher High School, rooms 239 Pine 

HUBBARD & TABER (Jeremiah N. Hubbard, Cyrus H. Taber), 
job printers, 270 High. [See page 443.] 
Hudson John, proprietor sample room Greeley's Hotel,boards do 
Hudson Joseph A., emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 4 Essex 
Hudson Lewis W., removed to Connecticut 
Hudson Mary, house 4 Essex 
Hudson William J., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 49 Newton 

HUEBLER CHARLES R., grocer 290 Park, house 292 do. [See 
page 461.] 
Hufeld Caroline Mrs., house 365 Park 
Hufeld Frederick, emp Germania Mills, house 365 Park 
Hughes Frederick J., emp Hadley Co., house 2 West 
Hughes Levi, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 33 Adams 
Hughes Lewis, confectionery 66 Park, house do 
Hughes Thomas, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 31 Bridge 
Hughes William, removed to Springfield 
Hulskamp William, bookbinder, house 19 Bond 
Hull Leonard, emp Casper Ranger, house 173 Park 
Humes Ira J , emp Lyman Mills, house 85 Front 
Humeston Caleb, farmer, house Back street, B. V. 
Humeston Caleb J., clerk Holyoke Paper Co., house 220 Pine 
Humeston Luther F., physician, office 205 High, house 247 Maple 
Humeston Thomas R., clerk Holyoke Paper Co., bds Back street B. V. 
Humphrey Charles, carpenter, boards 32 Taylor^ 
Humphreville Samuel E., driver Am. Express Co., boards 26 West 
Hunt Frank W., emp Hoi. Glazed Paper Works, bds Holyoke House 
Hunt Thomas, emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house 19 Bond 
Hunter Agnes, widow John, house 468 Main 
Hunter Andrew J., pressman Transcript, house 5 Bond 
Hunter Charles C, emp repair shop Lyman Mills, house 18 Hampdwi 
Hunter George, driver H. S. R. W. Co., boards 50 Race 
Hunter George W,, foreman Unquomonk Silk Mill, rooms 145 High 
Hunter James, shoemaker 135 Main, house 32 Mosher 
Hunter James C, shoemaker, boards 32 Mosher 
Hunter John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 468 Main 
Hunter John, fireman Transcript Office, house 5 Bond 

HUNTER JOHN T., harness-maker 42 Main, boards 323 Park. 
[See page 484.] 



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Hunter Robert, emp Hadley Co., boards 32 Mosher 

Hunter Thomas, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 468 Main 

Hunter Thomas F., harness-maker, emp J. T. Hunter, rooms 69 Main 

Hunter William, emp J. C. Smith, boards 468 Main 

Huot Alexandre, emp Newton Paper Co., house 46 East 

Huot Louis, teamster Geo. Richards, house 41 Cabot 

Huot Louis, rem to Canada 

Hupfer John, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 602 Bridge 

Hulburt Charles, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 9 Spring 

Hulburt Francis, laborer, house 163 Park 

Hulburt John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 550 S. Canal 

Hulburt Sydney A., emp John C. Smith, boards 9 Spring 

Hurlburt Paul, foreman hydraulic dept., H. W. P. Co., h 3 Park 

Hurlbut Maurice, laborer, boards Prospect 

Hurler John, emp Germania Mills, house 321 Park 

Hurley Andrew, fireman Franklin Paper Co., house 65 Bond 

Hurley Annie, widow Eugene, saloon, 84 Maple, house do 

Hurley Bartholomew, laborer, house 332 Park 

Hurley Daniel, saloon, 326 Park, house 328 do 

Hurley David, emp John Cleary, boards Northampton, B. V. 

Hurley Ellen Miss, boards 82 Maple 

Hurley James, laborer, boards 21 Prospect 

Hurley James, laborer, boards 332 Park 

Hurley James Jr., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 24 Prospect 

Hurley Jeremiah, laborer, house 640 East 

Hurley John, emp Valley Paper Co., house 52 Bridge 

Hurley John, emp Albion Paper Co., house 89 Ely 

Hurley John, teamster, emp A. H. Childs, house 21 School 

Hurley John, emp city, boards 16 Maple 

Hurley Margaret, widow Thomas, house 16 Maple 

Hurley Mary, boards 177 Main 

Hurley Murty, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h 79 Bridge, (Ward 1) 

Hurley Timothy, boiler maker, room 67 Race 

Hurley Timothy, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 73 Ely 

Hurley William, emp Gas Co., house 43 Elm 

Hurst Walter, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, boards 65 Bond 

Huse Asa H., astrologer, rooms 150 D wight 

Hussey Alice, widow James, rem to New York 

Hussey Annie Miss, emp Lyman Mill, No. 3, house 51 Elm 

Hussey Frank S., collector R. T. Prentiss, rooms 26 West 

Hussey James, house 4 Oliver 

Hussey Mary, widow Michael, house rear 142 Maple 

Hutchins Bradley G., emp Hadley Co., house 4 West 

Hutchins M. J. D., pianos, organs and musical merchandise, 233 High, 

residence Springfield 
Hutchinson John, emp Gas Co., house 211 Lyman 
Huttner Frederick C, emp Germania Mills, house 54 Adams 
Huttner Pauline Mrs., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 617 Bridge 
Hutton John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 24 East 
Hutton John J., saloon, 24 East, house do 

Hutton William Charles, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., bds 44 Lyman 
Hyde Ellen, widow Thomas, house 110 Hampden 



118 HOLYOKE [J J] DIKECTORY. 



Hyde Peter, emp Lyman Mills, boards 112 Lyman 

Hynes James, house rear 323 Park 

Hynes James A., emp Whitmore Manufacturing Co., h 86 Maple 

Hynes Mary and Julia, house 86 Maple 

Ibt Ella Mat Miss, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 57 Race 
Illingworth Chrissey, widow George B., house 476 Main 
Ingalls Napoleon B., emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 1, house Ely court 
Ingham John, house Willimansett 

INGHAM JOHN L. wood turner, first level canal, bet Appleton 
and Cabot, house Willimansett. [See page 397. J 
Ingraham Elliott, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 16 Lyman 
Ingraham Henry B., house Beacon avenue, I. P. 
Ingraham Henry I., emp Massasoit Paper Co., h Bridge, So. Had. F . 
Ingraham Jeannette Mrs., house 125 Maple 
Ingraham Nathan D., boards 125 Maple 
Ingram Elliot, 17 Mosher 

Ingram Jonah, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 119 Main 
Ingram Newton, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 82 Bond 
Irish Elmer, carpenter, emp L. B. White, boards 77 Pleasant 
Irish Henry C, carpenter L. B. White, boards 32 Pearl 
Irish John Edward, emp L. B. White, house 32 Pearl 
Irish Lucius H., rem to Detroit, Mich. 

Ironsides Alexander, emp Chemical Paper Co., h 69 Sargeant . 

Ironsides George, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 20 Hampshire 
Ironsides William, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 283 Main 
Irvin Anna Miss, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 1 Hampden 
Irwin John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 36 Sargeant 
Irwin Joseph A., machinist, boards 83 Newton 
Irwin Vincent J. (V. J. Irwin & Co.), house 83 Newton 
Irwin V. J. & Co., job printers, 66 Main 
Isherwood William H., emp T. F. Kegan, house 133 Oak 
Isleib Henry, overseer spinning room Germania Mills, h 35 Sargeant 
Ives Dwight H., farmer and milk peddler, house Northampton, B. V. 
Ives E. H. Miss, boards Dwight H. Ives, Northampton, B. V. 
Ives Harriet, widow Abram, house Northampton, B. V. 
Ives Julia B. Miss, boards Dwight H. Ives, Northampton, B. V. 
Ives Laura C, widow Jeremiah, house Northampton, B. V. 
Ives Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, boards Northampton, B. V. 
Ivon Eusebe, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 21 Park 

Jack Adam, boards 658 Bridge 

Jack Archibald, foreman Chemical Paper Co., house 633 Bridge 
Jack John, removed to Lockport, N. Y. 
Jackman Henry, emp Holyoke Paper Co., rooms 626 Main 
Jackson Charles B., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 13 Main 
Jackson Jerome A. (Jackson & McCormick), rooms 275 Main 
Jackson Thomas A., ioreman finishing dept Massasoit Paper'Mfg Co., 
residence South Hadley Falls 

JACKSON & McCORMICK (Jerome A. Jackson, David McCor- 
mick), marble and granite workers, 318 Main. [See page 490.] 
Jacobs Emma A., widow Herman L., removed to New York 



HOLYOKE [J] DIRECTORY. 119 



Jacques Eugene, removed to Northampton 

Jacques Francis, emp G. P. Ellison, boards 25 Fountain 

Jacques Hilaire, saloon, 58 Union, house do 

Jacques John, boards 560 East 

Jacques Jules, expressman, house 560 East 

Jagger Samuel, foreman finishing dept Chadwick & Chadwick, h 

194 Walnut 
Jarne* Stephen B., emp National Blank Book Co., house 454 Maple 
Jarrett Joseph, emp Wauregan Paoer Co,, boards 19 Newton 
Jarrett Lore«zo, foreman rag room Wauregan Paper Co., h 19 Newton 
Jarrett Solomon, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 27 Hamilton 
Jarry Louis, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 23 Park 
Jarvin Francis, carpenter, house 4 Potvin ave 
Jarvis Fred, emp J. Marra, boards 143 Main 

Jarvis George, hostler, emp N. B. Jarvis, 274 Main, boards 37 Park 
Jarvis Ida Miss, dressmaker, 341 Main, boards do 
Jarvis Mary Ann Miss, house Jarvis ave, I. P. 
Jarvis Robert, mason, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 37 Park 

JARVIS NAPOLEON B., livery stable, 274 Main, rooms do. 
[See page 484.] 
Jefferson Julia, widow George, house 98 High 
Jefts Edmond F., emp cemetery, house 206 Walnut 
Jencks Walter S., teller Holyoke National Bank, boards 125 Chestnut 
Jenks Charles C, office Whiting Paper Co,, house 171 Elm 
Jenks William J., livery stable 155 Maple, house 148 Dwight 
Jenness William L., removed to Cheshire 
Jensen Nils, emp Hadley Co., house 36 Ely 
Jensen Soren R., pastry cook Windsor Hotel 
Jensen [See Johnson] 

Jess James, saloon 39 Adams, house 616 Summer 
Jess Michael, emp M. Lynch, house 120 Hampden 

JESS WILLIAM H., groceries and liquors 34 and 36 Lyman, 
house 38 do. [See page 466.] 
Jessup Joseph, foreman carding and spinning dept Chadwick & Chad- 
wick, house 97 Newton 
Jewell Samuel, emp Lyman Mills, boards 59 Front 
Jewett Benjamin F., emp Hadley Co., boards 81 Lyman 
Jewett Daniel P., removed to Boston 
Jewett William EL, emp Lyman Mills, house 77 Front 
Johannis Hermann, foreman F. D. Cordes, house 304 High 
Johannis Robert, fresco painter F. D. Cordes, house So. Hadley Falls 
John Mary, Sister Superior House of Providence and Mt. St. Vincent 

Orphanage 
John Paul, emp Connor Bros., boards 653 Summer 
Johnson A. A., boarding house 43 Hampden 
Johnson Abbie widow Michael, house 236 Lyman 
Johnson Addison J., removed to Northampton 
Johnson Anton, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 179 Main 
Johnson Charles W., clerk Hoi Savings Bank (R. B. Johnson & Son,] 
boards Northampton, opp Lincoln, I. P. 

JOHNSON DUDLEY D., wholesale lumber dealer 6 Dwight, 
residence Springfield, Mass. [See page 408.] 



120 HOLYOKE [ J ] DIRECTORY. 



Johnson Ebenezer A., mason Lyman Mills, house 87 Front 
Johnson Eben M., emp G. W. Prentiss, house 58 Taylor 
Johnson E. H., emp E. J. Pomeroy, bds Northampton, I. P. 
Johnson Estelle Mrs., nurse, rooms 26 Newton place 
Johnson Fannie M. Miss, Transcript office, boards 186 D wight 
Johnson G. A. Mrs., dressmaker 17 Newton place 
Johnson George, carpenter, rooms 43 Newton 
Johnson John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 16 Mosher 
Johnson Judson R., emp Dean & Wheelock. rooms 7 Hampden 
Johnson Julia, widow William, house 82 Maple 
Johnson Peter B., contractor, removed to Worcester 
TOHNSON R. B. & SON (R. B. Johnson, Charles W. John- 
el son), fire and life insurance agency, 199 High. [See adv front 

cover.] 
Johnson Robert B. (R. B. Johnson & Son), treas Hoi Savings Bank, 

house Northampton opp Lincoln, I. P. 
Johnson Robert M., bricklayer, house 236 Lyman 
Johnson S. Walton, drug clerk C. E. Ball, 221 High, rooms 235 do 
Johnson Thomas, emp H. & W. freight depot, house 222 Lyman 
Johnson Wallace H., removed to Springfield 
Johnson William, tea agent, house 43 Bridge 
Johnson [See Jensen] 

Johnston Frank N., removed to Philadelphia, Pa. 
Johnston Thomas, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 520 Main 
Johonnot Charles W., clerk S. H. Barrett, boards 150 Beech 
Johonnot Mary Mrs., house 150 Beech 
Jolly James (J. & W. Jolly), house 2 West 

JOLLY J. & W. (James Jolly, William Jolly), machinists and 
blacksmiths first level canal bet Appleton and Cabot. [See p. 
403.] 
Jolly William (J. & W. Jolly), house 62 Bond 
Jones A. E. Mrs., house 29 Suffolk 
Jones Almon A., carpenter and builder Oak bet Suffolk and Dwight, 

house 283 West Hampden 
Jones David H., Jr., removed to Boston 

Jones David L. B., farmer, house Jones's Point, near C. R. R. R. 
Jones Elizabeth S. Mrs., boards David L. B. Jones, Jones's Point 
Jones Emily, widow Thomas E., removed to Springfield 
Jones Frederick S., emp Whiting Paper Co., boards Jones's Point 
Jones Jane Mrs. emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 507 South Canal 
Jones John, removed to Westfield 

JONES JULIUS W., carpenter and builder Oak bet Suffolk and 
Dwight, house 285 West Hampden. [See page 498.] 
Jones Louisa Mrs., house 42 Front 

Jones Orion E., emp Whiting Paper Co,, boards David L. B. Jones 
Jopson Chauncey C, emp Riverside Paper Co., rooms 69 Canal 
Jop on May, dressmaker, Crafts' Hotel, Northampton, I. P. 
Jopson William, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 30 High 
Jopson William H., foreman finishing room Valley Paper Co., house 

69 Canal 
Jordan Charles F., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 Main 
Jordan Henry, blacksmith, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 124 High 



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Jordan Howard E., clerk Crafts & Fraser, rooms 105 Elm 

Jordan James, laborer, house 149 Lyman 

Jordan Sarah Miss, boards 72 Newton 

Jordan Susan Mrs., house 24 Hampden 

Jordan Thomas H., removed to Stamford, Conn. 

Joslyn Henry C, carpenter, house 226 Maple 

Joyce Michael, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 636 Main 

Joyce William A., brick mason, removed to So. Hadley Falls 

Jubinville Eugene, emp Keough Bros., house 22 High 

Judd Alfred T., clerk Judd Paper Co., boards 58 Pleasant 

Judd Arthur 1ST., teamster J. Tilley & Co., res So. Hadley Falls 

Judd Charles A., house 19 Newton place 

Judd Charles C. (Judd & Parsons)^ house Northampton, opp West 
Hampden 

Judd Dwight O., insurance agent and book-keeper H. Seymour Cut- 
lery Co., house Northampton, I. P. 

Judd Ellen Miss, teacher Nonotuck Street School, boards 72 Taylor 

Judd (-Tilson, farmer, house Northampton, I. P. 

Judd John K. (Judd Paper Co.), house 58 Pleasant 

Judd Martha Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 189 High 

Judd Mary A. Miss, boards 51 Bridge 

JUDD PAPER CO. (John K. Judd, Wm. S. Stedman), paper deal- 
ers and mill supplies, 6 Dwight. [See page 376.] 
Judd William A., city almoner, office 34 Bampden, house 170 Maple 
Judd William O., emp Nash, Holmes & Co., house 252 Maple 
Judd & Cain (B. Judd, Arthur M. Cain), carpenters, Northampton, I. P. 

JUDD & PARSONS (Charles C. Judd, F. D. Parsons), general 
insurance, office 189 High. [See page 423.] 
Judge Patrick J., clerk Albion Paper Co., h Prospect, South Hadley 

Falls 
Judge Thomas A., ticket clerk C. R. R. R., rooms 7 Main 
Judge William J., letter carrier, house 196 Dwight 
June Arthur M., emp H. C. Carrington & Co., house 64 West 
Juneau Arthur M., emp Newton Paper Co., house 511 Bridge 
Juneau Eliza, widow Eugene, house 56 Union 
Justin Catharine Mrs., boards 50 East 

Kabhler. [See Koehler.] 

Kaempfer Richard, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, boards 221 Walnut 

Kagwin B. H., emp Union Paper Mfg Co., house Beech, near B. V. 

Kagwin Dwight H., emp Union Paper Mfg Co., h Beech, near B. V. 

Kane Ann, widow Patrick, house 141 Lyman 

Kine Ann, widow Jeremiah, house 49 Fountain 

Kane Ann Miss, house 41 Chestnut 

Kane Ann, widow Peter, house 86 Maple 

Kane Annie, domestic, 528 South Canal 

Kane Annie, widow Michael, boards rear 208 Lyman 

Kane Catharine Mrs., house 224 Lyman 

Kane Ellen, widow Jeremiah, house 8 Oliver 

Kane Eugene F., removed to Pittsfield, Mass. 

Kane Hannah Miss, dressmaker, 169 Dwight, house do 

Kane Hanora Mrs., house 128 Lyman 

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122 HOLYOKE [EL] DIRECTORY. 



Kane Hugh, watchman Lyman Mills, house 59 Pine 

Kane James, emp Albion Paper Co., house 65 Elm 

Kane James P., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 32 Cabot 

Kane Jeremiah, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 45 Chestnut 

Kane Jeremiah, emp M Lynch, bds Sargeant, bet 1st and 2d level 

Kane Jeremiah J., emp Lynch Brothers, house 49 Fountain 

Kane John, emp C. R. R. R., boards 8 Oliver 

Kane John Mrs., house 45 Chestnut 

Kane John, house 211 Lyman 

Kane Joseph, emp Crocker Mfg Co., boards 70 Canal 

Kane Kate, widow Edward, house 79 Walnut 

Kane Kate, widow Eugene, boards 59 Pine 

Kane Margaret Mrs., house 226 Lyman 

Kane Mary, widow Henry, housa 214 Lyman 

Kane Maurice, house 49 Fountain 

Kane Michael, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 30 Lyman 

Kane Michael, laborer, house rear 43 Maple 

Kane Patrick, slater, emp A. H. Ryan, house 51 Appleton 

Kane Patrick, laborer, boards 209 Lyman 

Kane Patrick, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 126 Lyman 

Kane Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 32 Cabot 

Kane Patrick, emp Connor Bros., boards 664 Bridge 

Kane Patrick, laborer, boards 69 Elm 

Kane Peter, boards 113 High 

Kane Thomas, house 107 Maple 

Kane. [See Cain.] 

Karl Gustave, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 97 Jackson 

Kavanaugh Charles F., emp C. N. Monat, rooms 7 Main 

Kavanaugh Lizzie Miss (R. McKinney & Co.), boards 7 Main 

Kavanaugh. [See Cavanaugh.] 

Kay Hattie Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 189 High 

Kay Joseph, machinist, house 152 High 

Kayser Joseph, supt Whitmore Mfg Co., rooms 314 Maple 

Kearney Bernard, supt Connor Bros., house South, B. V. 

Kearney Catharine Mrs., house South, B. V. 

Kearns Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, house 13 Hampden 

Kearns Patrick, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 99 Main 

Kearns Thomas J., emp Munn & Baush, house 277 Main 

Keat William, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Keating Jeremiah, house rear 32 Elm 

Keating John, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 61 Adams 

Keating Margaret Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, house 154 High 

Keating Philip, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 69 High 

Keating Thomas, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 530 Main 

Keating William, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 530 Main 

Keefe Catharine, widow Edward, house 69 Sargeant 

Keefe David, emp C. R. R. R., boards 63 Race 

Keefe John J., printer, Transcript, boards So. Main, South Hadley 

Falls 
Keefe Julia, widow Barney, house 77 Bridge 
Keefe Lizzie Miss, emp Windsor Hotel 
Keefe Murty, emp G. H. Twaddle, boards Bridge 



HOLYOKE [K] DIRECTORY. 123 



Keefe Thomas J. (L. Cavanaugh & Co.), house 5 Nonotuck 

Keefe William, emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 9 Sargeant 

Keefe. [See O'Keefe.] 

Keegan Bernard, laborer, house 101 Hampden 

Keegan Margaret, widow Bernard, house 101 Hampden 

Keegan Peter, emp N. H. R. R., house 277 Hampden 

Keegan Peter J., emp H. & W. R. R., boards 30 Appleton 

Keehan Bridget, widow Farley, house 15 Chestnut 

Keeler A. M. Mrs., boards Northampton, B. V. 

Keeler George, removed to Middlefield 

Keeler Joseph A., removed to Worcester 

Keeler Martin, emp Valley Paper Co., rooms 622 Main 

Keenan Catherine Miss, house 121 Maple 

Keeseman Charles, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 7 Main 

Kegan Herbert C, emp T. F. Kegan, rooms 217 Walnut 

KEGAN THOMAS F., dealer in steam, gas and water pipe, 
steam heating apparatus, 14 Appleton, house 241 Maple. [See 
page 415.] 
Kegley Mary, widow Peter, house 6 John 
Keith Andrew, emp Lyman Mills, boards 112 Lyman 
Keith John, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 11 Hampden 
Kelber John, cigar maker, house 661 Summer 
Keliher Daniel, laborer, house 77 Walnut 
Keliher Dennis, emp Valley Paper Co., house 45 Fountain 
Keliher John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 29 Lyman 
Keliher Martin, laborer, house 232 Lyman 
Keliher Mary Mrs., boards 81 Elm 
Keliher Michael, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 77 Walnut 
Keliher Thomas, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 45 Front 
Kelley Ann Mrs., boards 6 Hampshire 
Kelley Catherine, widow Peter, boards 6 Hampshire 
Kelley Ellen, widow Michael, house 101 Hampden 
Kelley Ellen, widow William, house 640 East 
Kelley James, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 35 Fountain 
Kelley James, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 507 South Canal 
Kelley James, emp J. Delaney house 482 Maple 
Kelley John, emp Lyman Mills, rooms 106 High 
Kelley John D., watchman Lyman Mills No. 3, rooms 102 High 
Kelley Mary, widow Patrick, house 89 Ely 
Kelley Mary Miss, house 89 Ely 
Kelley Mary T., boards 171 Park 
Kelley Nellie Miss, house 86 Maple 
Kelley Patrick J., house 8 Chestnut 
Kelley Thomas, removed to Ware, Mass. 

Kelley William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 127 Sargeant 
Kellogg Albert A., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 6 East D wight 
Kellogg Charles M., house 33 West 
Kellogg C. L., (J. Tilley & Co.), house 166 Elm 
Kellogg J. H., carpenter, rooms 117 D wight 
Kellogg John E. (J. Tilley & Co.), house 166 Elm 
Kellogg N. S., clerk J. Tilley & Co., boards 166 Elm 
Kellogg William A., emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 39 Newton 



124 HOLTOKE GK] DIRECTORY. 

Kellogg William H., removed to Palmer, Mass. 
Kelly Agnes Miss, emp Windsor Hotel 

KELLY ANTHONY, saloon 516 Bridge, house 32 Cabot. [See 
page 514.] 
Kelly Clyde C, (Kelly & Wesely), boards 530 Main 
Kelly Daniel, house 127 Sargeant 

Kelly Dennis, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 13 Summer 
Kelly Ellen, widow William, house East 
Kelly Emily A., widow Luther, boarding-house 530 Main 
Kelly Francis, house 30 Front 

Kelly Hugh, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 112 Lyman 
Kelly J. Mrs., house 539 South Canal 

Kelly James, watchman Deane Steam Pump Co., house 35 Fountain 
Kelly Jennie M. Miss, clerk at Barr's, boards 270 Maple 
Kelly James P., emp Munn & Baush, boards Canal corner Cabot 
Kelly John, foreman D. F. Coghlan, boards rear 57 Race 
Kelly John, stone cutter, emp 318 Main, boards 35 Adams 
Kelly John, removed to Lee 

Kelly John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds 70 Canal (Ward 1) 
Kelly John W., bartender J. Shea, rooms 35 Hampden 
Kelly Margaret, widow Martin, house 2 High 
Kelly Martin, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 29 Lyman 
Kelly Mary Miss, emp Windsor Hotel 

Kelly Mary J. Miss, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 70 Canal 
Kelly Michael, stone cutter, emp 318 Main, boards 35 Adams 
Kelly Michael, laborer, house Gates B. V. 
Kelly Michael, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 
Kelly Michael J., foreman wheel-room Holyoke Machine Co., house 

737 High 
Kelley Michael J., emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., house 86 Canal, 

(Ward 1) 
Kelly Timothy, emp John C. Smith, house 34 Cabot 
Kelly William, laborer, house 16 Maple 
Kelly William, overseer rag room Parsons Paper Co., h 29 Fountain 

KELLY & WESELY (Clyde C. Kelly, Henry P. Wesely), stove 
dealers, plumbers and gas fitters, 510 Main [See page 417.] 
Kelt Emma Francis Miss, school teacher, boards 280 Maple 
Kelton Augusta, Mrs , rooms 5 Allyn 

Kelton Dwight B. (R. F. Kelton & Co ), house 7 East Dwight 
Kelton Irene J. Mrs., house Lincoln near Northampton, B. V. 
Kelton Olive, house 7 Dwight 

KELTON R. F. & CO., (R. F. Kelton, D. B. Kelton), meats and 
provisions, fish, oysters &c, 35, 37 and 39 Main. [Seepage 470.] 
Kelton Rolla F. (R. F. Kelton & Co.), h Lincoln near Northampton 
Kelty Lizzie Miss, waiter Windsor Hotel 
Kemp William R., milk peddler, house 155 Elm 
Kempel Fritz G., cabinet maker, 287 High, house do 
Kempfer Richard, emp F. D. Cordes, boards 221 Walnut 
Kemple Nicholas, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 575 Bridge 
Kendall Howard M., printer Clark W. Bryan Co., h 295 Dwight 
Kendall William E., reporter Springfield Republican, h 37 Pleasant 
Kenfield Abby A. Miss, emp C. W. Bryan & Co., boards 231 Main 



HOLYOKE [{£] DIRECTORY. 125 

Kenfield John, engineer, house 34 Appleton 

Kenfield Joseph, boards 34 Appleton 

Kennan Agnes Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 2 Dwight 

Kennan Mary Miss, emp Holyoke Laundry, boards 2 Dwight 

Kennedy Andrew, saloon 189 Lyman, house do 

Kennedy Catharine Mrs., boards 155 Main 

Kennedy Catharine Mrs., house 352 Main 

Kennedy Cornelius, blacksmith, emp Keough Bros., boards 16 Cabot 

Kennedy Eliza, widow Patrick, house 24 Chestnut 

Kennedy James, laborer, house 105 Hampden 

Kennedy James, laborer, house Gates, B. V. 

Kennedy James, teamster, house 16 Cabot 

Kennedy James, laborer, house 22 Prospect 

Kennedy James/ Jr., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 16 Cabot 

Kennedy James C, saloon 112 Maple, house do 

Kennedy John, laborer, house 37 Sargeant 

Kennedy John, emp city, house 127 Sargeant 

Kennedy John trackman C. R. R. R., house 82 Chestnut 

Kennedy John, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 65 Walnut 

Kennedy John, laborer, house 13 Elm 

Kennedy John, laborer, house 5 Chestnut 

Kennedy John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 24 High 

Kennedy Julia, house 55 Hamilton 

Kennedy Martin, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 36 East 

Kennedy Mary, widow Daniel, boards rear 29 Fountain 

Kennedy Mary, widow Cornelius, house rear 99 Walnut 

Kennedy Mary Mrs., boards 27 Lyman (99 years old) 

Kennedy Patrick, laborer, boards rear 99 Walnut 

Kennedy Patrick, boards 55 Hamilton 

Kennedy Patrick J., emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., house 161 Lyman " 

Kennedy Patrick J., truckman, house 448 Maple 

Kennedy Peter, laborer, house 40 Elm 

Kennedy Richard (Kennedy & Sullivan), h School, So. Hadley Falls 

Kennedy Samuel G., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 121 Oak 

Kennedy Thomas, teamster, boards 26 Cabot 

Kennedy Thomas, boards 63 Fountain 

Kennedy Thomas J., clerk T. J. Flanagan, house 89 Fountain 

KENNEDY & SULLIVAN (Richard Kennedy, John J. Sulli- 
van), tinsmiths, plumbers, gas-fitters and dealers in stoves and 
ranges, 75 Main. [See page 418.] 
Kennefick James, removed to Philadelphia 

Kennelly Annie L., teacher Dwight street school, boards 75 Lyman 
Kennelly Kate, widow John, house 75 Lyman 

Kennelly Kate M.,' teacher Sargeant street school, boards 75 Lyman 
Kenney James, dyer, house 232 Lyman 
Kenney John, teamster M. J. Finn, house 126 Pine 
Kenney John J., insurance canvasser, emp T. O'Hara, bds 43 Front 
Kenney Patrick, laborer, house 224 Lyman 

Kenney Patrick, Jr., clerk Comerford & Daly, house 254 Lyman 
Kenney Thomas, house r 538 East 
Kenney Thomas, Jr., boards rear 538 East 
Kenney [See Kinney] 



126 HOLYOKE [ J£] DIKECTORY. 

Kent Edward D., emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., house 20 West 
Kentfield Abbie Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 231 Main 
Kentworthy William, emp Wauregan Paper Co., rooms 5 Newton 
Kenyon John, boards 43 Front 
Keough Brothers (T. L. Keough, John J. Keough, Edw. M. Keough), 

horse shoeing and carriage building, 44, 46 and 48 Main 
Keough Edward M. (Keough Bros.), boards 35 Mosher 
Keough Hannah Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, h 169 Lyman 
Keough James C. (Keough Bros.), house 56 Center. 
Iloough John J. (Keough Bros), house 56 Center 
Keough John P., foreman machine tender Syms & Dudley Paper Co., 

house 46 Suffolk 
Keough Sarah Mrs., boards 35 Mosher 

Keough Thomas, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 58 West 
Keough Thomas L. (Keough Bros.), residence So. Amherst, Mass. 
Ker Andrew, removed to Paterson, N. J. 
Kerin Michael, bartender, boards 232 Lyman 
Kernan Molly Miss, emp Wilson & Smith, boards 76 Newton 
Kerigan Matthew J., cigar dealer, house 105 Elm 
Kerrigan Ellen, widow Michael, house 36 Hamilton 
Kerrigan James, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., b 36 Hamilton 
Kerrigan William, emp R. B. Johnson, house Northampton, opp Lin- 
coln, I. P. 
Kessler August, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 267 Park 
Keyes Bridget, widow Michael, boards 185 Dwight 
Keyes Dennis, laborer, boards 211 Lyman 
Keyes George, removed to Northampton 
Keyes James, farmer, house Southampton road 
Keyes Martin, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 20 Lyman 
Keyes Myron H., watchmaker, emp J. W. Meacham, bds 211 High 
Keyes William, emp Crocker Mfg. Co , house 18 Summer 
Keyes William F. engineer Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 18 Summer 
Kichler John, emp Germania Mills, house 54 Adams 
Kidnay James, emp C. R. R. R., house 130 Pine 
Kiefer Henry, carpenter, house 631 Bridge 
Kilbride Patrick, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds 13 John 

KILBRIDE THOMAS F., steam and gas fitter 9 Appleton cor 
Main, hou«e 91 Newton [See page 416. J 
Kilburn Charles L. (Cain & Kilburn), house 78 Pleasant 
Kilburn Fred, teamster Merrick Thread Co., rooms 74 Race 
Kilcary Margaret Mrs., house rear 61 Bridge 
Kilduff Richard G., lawyer 24 Dwigbt, house 212 Walnut 
Kilher John, cigar maker, house 661 Summer 
Killigrew Daniel G., foreman paint shop Fenton & Dunn, house 117 

Walnut 
Kilmurray Luke, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 60 East 
Kilmurray Michael, laborer, house rear 63 Maple 
Killion Fred, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house rear 315 Park 
Killker Margaret, widow Michael, house 9 Chestnut 
Kilpatrick Frederick, machinist, rooms 15 Newton place 
Kilt John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 588 East 
Kimball E. Eugene, emp J. Tilley & Co., house 18 Taylor 



HOLYOKE [[£] DIRECTORY. 127 

Kimich John, tailor, removed to Springfield 

Kimpton Henry W., removed to Springfield 

Kinder Herman C , emp Connor Bros., house 303 Park 

King Abram, house 57 Bond 

King Albert H., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 28 West 

King Catharine, widow Patrick, house 437 Main 

King Charles D., life insurance agent 225 High, rooms 232 Maple 

King Edward P. Rev., pastor M. E. Church, house 63 Appleton 

King Louis, laborer, boards 16 Prospect 

King Moses, clerk S. King, boards 14 Hampden 

King Samuel, furnishing goods and furs, 163 High, h 14 Hampden 

King Sumner, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 177 Dwight 

Kingman Laban L., clerk, rooms 106 High 

KINGSBURY DANIEL E., deputy sheriff, constable and auc- 
tioneer, office 205 High, house 74 Race, [See page 425. J 
Kingsland Theodore S., salesman Valley Paper Co., house 203 Main 
Kingsley Joseph, carpenter, removed to Becket 
King8ley Peter, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., house 24 Pine 
Kingsley Philip, laborer, house 162 Dwight 
Kinnavan Michael, laundry 515 High cor Cabot, h do 
Kinney Amos O. (Graves & Kinney), house Chicopee 
Kinney James, emp Lynch Bros., house 131 Walnut 
Kinney Johanna, widow Thomas, house 5 Chestnut 
Kinney Patrick J., house 224 Lyman 

Kinney Patrick J., Jr., driver Comerford & Daly, house 248 Lyman 
Kinney Simon, laborer, house 71 Pine 
Kinney [See Kenney] 
Kirby A. L. Mrs., rooms 28 Pearl 

Kirby Mary, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, boards 35 Fountain 
Kirchhoff William, foreman polishing dept H. Seymour Cutlery Co., 

house Willimansett 
Kirkham Charles M., removed to Springfield 

Kirkham Ralph W., paymaster Valley Paper Co., house 194 Beech 
Kirsch Charles G., clerk Clark & Richard, boards 143 Pine 
Kirscher Joseph, emp Connor Bros., boards 185 Park 
Kirtland Edwin L., supt schools, office City Hall, house 167 Elm 
Kistner John, emp Germania Mills, house 373 Park 
Kjoller Andrew, emp Beebe, Webber &> Co., house 662 Bridge 
Kloeck Rudolph, emp National Blank Book Co., h 19 Hampshire 
Kloetzer Carl Ludwig, house 361 Park 
Klopfer Frank, emp Germania Mills, house 54 Adams 
Klopfer Hermann, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, bds rear 339 Park 
Knapp Albert E., emp Phelps & Tower, residence Northampton 
Knapp Charles A., book-keeper, Gilbert E. Russell, bds 38 Pleasant 
Knapp Charles H., foreman repair shop Lyman Mills, h 38 Pleasant 
Knapp Clary P., emp Riverside Paper Co., bds 72 Race 
Kneeland Edward S., book-keeper H. E. Bouton, res Springfield 
Knielling John Mrs., house 235 Park 
Knight Elizabeth, widow Andrew J., house 34 Race 
Knight Samuel T., overseer loft Parsons Paper Co., house 37 Race 
Knight Stella Mrs., emp Winona Paper Co.," rooms 125 Main 
Knight Thomas, shoemaker, 55 Ely, house do 



128 HOLYOKE [Xj] DIRECTORY. 



Knightly John, slater, emp A. H. Ryan, bd8 22 Jackson 

Knightly John J., emp Hadley Co., boards 79 Lyman 

Knightly Mary A. Miss, waiter, 130 High, rooms 128 do 

Knightly Richard, removed to North Hadley, Mass. 

Knightly Robert, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 34 Cabot 

Knightly Robert, laborer, house 100 Bridge (Ward 1) 

Knightly Robert W., emp Germania Mills, house 21V Park 

Knightly William, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 80 Bridge 

Knodel Frederick, emp Connor Bros., house 289 Park 

Knoth Frederick, emp Germania Mills, house 661 Summer 

Knoth William, emp Germania Mills, boards 375 Park 

Knowles Seward M., surveyor Conn. River Lumber Co., h 218 Dwight 

Koegel Charles, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 628 Bridge 

Koegel Herman, clerk F. P. Goodall, house 56 Ely 

Koegel Ignatz, house 599 Bridge 

Koegel William, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 35 Sargeant 

Koehler Clement, house 28 Adams 

Koehler H. Richard, emp Holyoke Machine Co., h 613 Bridge 

Koehler Paul H., clerk Sears & Co., and emigration agent, h South 

B. V. 
Krafft William H., baker F. Letterer, boards 306 Park 
Kragelund Bertha, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 145 Main 
Kraus Mary Ann, widow Adam, house 124 Race 
Krause Henry, h 328 Park 

Krebs Mary A. Mrs., house Northampton, I. P. 
Kreh William C, emp Hoi Water Power Co., boards 31 Hamilton 
Kreimendahl Charles W. A., saloon 300 Park, house do 
Kreimendahl William F., clerk 215 High, boards South 
Kreimenhahl Wm. R. F., emp Germania Mills, house South 
Kress Carl August, emp Germania Mills, house South, B. V. 
Kress Paul, emp Germania Mills, boards 347 Park 
Kretschmar Bruno, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, h 683 Main 
Kretschmar Gustave, emp Germania Mills, house rear 661 Main 
Kretschmar Johannah Mrs., house 683 Main 
Krug Edward, German teacher and clerk Dickieson, Reid & Co., h 

620 East 
Krug William, emp Connor Bros., house 665 Main 
Krumm Charles, emp Holmes, Perkins & Co., bds 341 Park 
Kuechler John, emp Germania Mills, h 54 Adams 
Kuntz Theodore, dyer, bds 287 Main 

Labarre Ernest, bartender 115 Lyman, boards 113 do 
Labelle Israel, photographer, 310 Main, house do 
Laberge Antoine, laborer, house 46 Union 
Laberge Joseph, bricklayer, house rear 135 Lyman 
Labombarde Henry, emp Springfield Blanket Co., h 646 East 
LaBonte Adelard, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 181 Park 
LaBonte Francis B., clerk Nourse & McCammon, h 102 High 
LaBonte Michael, emp Springfield Blanket Co., h 121 Park 
Labonte Adeline, widow Charles, house 13 Union 
Labonte Michael, teamster G. P. Ellison, house 9 Fountain 
Labonte Michael, house 4 Potvin ave 



HOLTOKE [L] DIKECTORY. 129 



Labrecque Cyril, emp Springfield Blanket Co., bds 525 Bridge 

Labrecque Louis, foreman Springfield Blanket Co., bds 77 Race 

Lacey Elizabeth Mrs., house 13 Elm 

Lacey John, emp Hampden Cotton Mill, house 13 Elm 

Lacey Patrick, emp Lynch Bros., house 243 Lyman 

Lachapelle Bruno, house VI 2 East 

Lachapelle Joseph, removed to Canada 

Lacombe Joseph, emp Parsons Paper Co., bds 85 Lyman 

Lacombe Michael, carpenter, house 58 Bridge 

Lacoste Frank, emp Lyman Mills, house 54 Union 

Lacroix Evariste Mrs., house 40 Main 

Lacroix Hy polite, shoemaker, house 15 West 

Lacroix Joseph, emp C. R. R. R. freight depot, house 38 Union 

Ladd C. E. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 21 Dwight, rms 58 Race 

Ladd Charles E., house 58 Race 

Ladd J. T., house 44 Hamilton 

Ladd Orrin, house 130 Lyman 

Ladd Wilbur R., office Whiting Paper Co., house 163 Elm 

Lade John C, emp Hadley Co., rooms 40 Canal 

Lade Robert, master-machinist Franklin Paper Co., h 536 So. Canal 

Lade Robert, Jr., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 536 So. Canal 

Laduke Fred, sewing machine canvasser, emp M. P. Conway, house 

Hampden cor Northampton 
Laferty Susan Mrs., house 1 Oliver 
Laflamme Anselm, boards 21 Park 
Laflamme Francis, laborer, house 21 Park 
Laflamme John, boards 21 Park 
Laflamme Joseph, boards 21 Park 

Laflamme Louis, candy maker W. P. Griswold, bds 12 Prospect 
Laflamme Victor, carpenter, house 12 Prospect 
Laflamme Victor Mrs., emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, bds 56 Union 
Lafleur Annie Mrs, house 153 Main 
Lafleur Christopher, carpenter, house 85 Lyman 
Lafleur Ludger, carpenter, house 1 05 Lyman 
Lafleur Rense, emp Lyman Mills, boards 105 Lyman 
Laflin James, machinist emp B. F. Perkins, bds 12 Main 
Lafonde Frank, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 79 Park 
Lafonde Pierre L., clerk R. E. Morgan, 399 Main, rooms 20 West 
Lafontaine Adelord, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 44 Cabot 
Lafontaine Alexandre, livery stable 4 Suffolk cor Railroad, boarding 

house 111 and 179 Main 
Lafontaine Doisette, overseer Springfield Blanket Co., h 44 Cabot 
Lafontaine Leon, hostler, boards 179 Main 

Lafontaine Telesphore, emp Springfield Blanket Co., h 511 Bridge 
Lafortune Daniel, carpenter, house 51 Cabot 
Lafortune Victor, clerk Dickieson, Ried & Co., boards 51 Cabot 
LaFrance Albert, laborer, boards Northampton, I. P. 
LaFrance Charles, overseer weaving department Hampden Cotton 

Mills, boards 107 Lyman 
LaFrance Joseph, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 155 Dwight 
LaFrance Louis A., clerk A. L. Shumway, boards 272 Maple 
LaFrance Sophia Mrs., boards 155 Dwight 

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130 HOLYOKE [Ij] DIRECTORY. 

LaFrance William, emp Lyman Mills, house 6 Oliver 

Lafrenier Danase, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house 32 Union 

Lafrenier Toussant, emp Landers Bros., house 632 Summer 

Lagaci Melina Miss, boards 121 Maple 

Lague Peter, boards 809 High 

Lague Timothy, carpenter, house 807 High cor Jackson 

Lahey David J., emp Dean & Wheelock, boards 19 Hampden 

Lahey Daniel, bootmaker, 124 Maple, house do 

Laing John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 85 Canal 

Laing William A. Mrs., house 86 Canal. 

Lajoix Exia, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 573 East 

Lajoix Genevieve, widow Andre, house 572 East 

Lajoix John, removed to West Springfield 

Lajoix Louis, rem to Canada 

Lajoic Noe, emp Hampden Glazed Haper Co., house 381 Main 

Lajurnesse Theophile, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 East. 

Lajurnesse William, painter, boards 85 High 

Lalenne Agatha, widow Nazair, house 2 D wight 

LaLiberty Arthur, carpenter, boards 123 Park 

LaLiberty Joseph, carpenter, house 123 Park 

Lalley Patrick, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 

Lalley William, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 61 Bridge 

Lamadelaine Gabriel, emp Lyman Mills, house 538 East 

Lamadelaine Philias, emp Lyman Mills, house 41 Cabot 

Lamarsh John, teamster, house 17 High 

Lamay David, rem to Franklin Falls, N. H. 

Lamay Frank E., painter, Dean & Wheelock, boards 47 Union 

Lamay Henry, carpenter, boards 156 Dwight 

Lamay Joseph H., life insurance canvasser, emp. T. O'Hara, house 17 

Bowers 
Lamay Margaret, widow Rogers, boards 1 Fountain 
Lamay Victor, chopper, board 56 Union 
Lamb James, emp Parsons Paper Co., house Linden avenue 
Lamb John, molder, house 731 High 
Lamb Levi, house Lincoln 

Lamb Mary C. Miss, teacher Park street school, rooms 126 Cabot 
Lamb Wilbur F., overseer dressing dept Lyman Mills No. 3, house 93 

Front 
Lamb William, rem to Boston 
Lambert Estella Mrs., house 117 High 
Lambert Marshall E., removed to Pomona, Cal. 
Lamelin Etienne, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 45 Cabot 
Larneraude Theodore, carpenter, house 108 Sargeant 
Lamontague Honore, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 511 Bridge 
Lamontague Philip, mason, house 19 Crescent 
Lamotte Joseph, laborer, house 55 Hamilton 
Lamoureux Eusebe, house 55 Park 
Lamoureux Eusebe, house 110 Fountain 

Lamoureux Joseph, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 35 Park 
Lamoureux Ovila, emp Hadley Co., house 103 Lyman 
Lamport George H., book-keeper, Nat Blank Book Co., bds 206 Pine 
Lanctot Isaie, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 31 Cabot 



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LANDERS BROS. (Dennis J. and Patrick J. Landers), mason 
builders and brick mfrs, yard Lamb, South Hadley Falls, office 
231 High. [See page 501.] 
Landers Dennis, laborer, house 73 Walnut 
Landers Dennis J. (Landers Bros.), house 171 D wight 
Landers Edward J., blacksmith, emp Fenton & Dunn, bds 122 Maple 
Landers Jane, widow John, house 177 Dwight 
Landers John, laborer, house 83 Prospect 
Landers Maggie Miss, dressmaker, 122 Maple, boards do 
Landers Michael, emp C. R. R. R., house 122 Maple 
Landers Patrick J. (Landers Bros.), house 177 Dwight 
Landers Thomas, mason, house Highland, B. V. 
Landerville Leon, clerk Fontaine & Hebert, house 672 East 
Landon Charles W., removed to Canada 
Landon James E., emp L. B. White, house 36 Taylor 
Landrefine Zoe Mrs., house 67 Bond 

Landreth Jennie Miss, emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 189 High 
Landroche Arthur, emp L. Turgeon, boards 63 Cabot 
Landry Alphonse, clerk E. Landry, boards 47 Union 
Landry Charles, emp Prentiss Wire Mill, boards 69 High 
Landry Etienne, groceries, 117 Lyman, house 33 Union 
Landry Joseph N., policeman, house 145 Main 
Landry Oliver, carpenter, boards 69 High 
Lane Mary E. Miss, waiter Windsor Hotel 
Lang Andrew, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, rooms 199 Main 
Lang John, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 134 East 
Lang John Jr., emp Winona Paper Co., boards 134 East 
Lang William H., laborer, house 77 Walnut 
Langdeon Ferdinand, emp Hadley Co., boards 179 Main 
Langdon Jesse W., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 229 Main 
Langdon Morgan E., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 54 Bond 
Langelier Edmond (Langelier & Marseille), boards 63 Cabot 
Langelier Eleonore, widow Frank, house 63 Cabot 
Langelier Ephraim, emp Germania Mills, boards 63 Cabot 
Langelier Louis, barber, removed to Fall River 

LANGELIER & MARSEILLE (Edmond Langelier, Dolphis 
Marseille), grocers, 369 Main. [See page 465.] 
Langevin Frank, laborer, house 525 Bridge 
Langevin George, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 576 Bridge 
Langevin. [See Wing.] 

Langhime Harry, emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 64 West 
Langlois Alfred, emp A. C. Nevins, house 41 Cabot 
Langlois Joseph, clerk Benoit & Rouillard, boards 47 Park 
Langlois Joseph, boards 150 High 
Langlois Louis, plasterer, house 110 High 
Langlois Louis, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 75 Sargeant 
Langlois Mary, widow Antoine, house 3 Park 
Lannon John, laborer, house 236 Lyman 
Lanoue Arthur, laborer, boards 582 East 
Lanoue Eugene, chopper, boards 582 East 
Lanoue Eusebe, chopper, house 582 East 
Lanoue Gustave, teamster, boards 582 East 



132 HOLYOKE [li] DIKECTORY. 



Lanoue Joseph, house 33 Cabot 

Lanphear Eliza Miss, emp Hadley Co., rooms 4 West 

Lanthier Ernil, barber, emp G. F. Underwood, boards 40 Main 

Lap age James, house 615 Summer 

Lapanne Felix, emp Connor Brothers, house 13 Adams 

Lapanne Fred, painter, boards 6 Oliver 

Lapanne Napoleon, carpenter, boards 6 Oliver 

Laparle A. G., widow Alfred, house 37 Canal 

Lapierre Euclid, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 805 High 

Lapierre Frederick, emp Water Power Co., house 813 High 

Lapierre Jean B., carpenter, house 534 East 

Lapierre (see Stone) 

Laplante Alexander H., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 319 Main 

Laplante Honore, boarding-house, 319 Main 

Laplante Louis, house 628 Summer 

Laplante Victor, clerk 69 Cabot, boards 319 Main 

Lapointe Alexandre L., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 101 Park 

Lapointe Charles, plasterer, house 6 Potvin ave 

Lapointe Charles, laborer, house 101 Park 

Lapointe Charles, laborer, house 15 Fountain 

Lapointe Charles Jr., boards 15 Fountain 

Lapointe Edward, emp Lyman Mills, house 121 Park 

Lapointe James, carpenter, house 314 Main 

Lapointe Jean B., carpenter, house 68 Cabot 

Lapointe Jere, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 30 Hamilton 

Lapointe Joseph, chopper, house 538 East 

Lapointe Joseph E., carpenter, house 70 Cabot 

Lapointe Remi, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., house 9 Fountain 

Lapointe Remi, Jr., emp Franklin Paper Co., boards 30 Hamilton 

Lapointe Remi, laborer, house 572 East 

Lapointe Theophile, laborer, boards 572 East 

Laporte Flavie, widow Leon, house 51 Bond 

Laporte Gilbert, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 18 Fountain 

Laporte Leon, emp Lyman Mills, house 51 Bond 

Laporte Leon Joseph, clerk F. P. Goodall, house 6 Essex 

LAPORTE MEDERIG J., city express, furniture and piano 
mover, 149 High and 11 Dwight, h 51 Bond. [See page 481.] 
Lappin Peter, emp Parsons Paper Co., house East Dwight n Bridge 
Laprise Henry, carpenter F. F. O'Neill, house 51 Cabot 
Laquierre Henry, laborer, boards 25 Cabot 
Laramie Eugene, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 76 Cabot 
Larivee Edmund, laborer, house 339 Main 
Larivee Louis B., barber and bathrooms, 151 High, house do 
Larivee Napoleon, emp C. T. Fay, house 121 Pine 
Larivee Philias, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 55 Park 
Larivee Supriant, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 339 Main 
Lariviere Charles, baker, house 38 Union 
Lariviere Joseph, carpenter, house 71 Park 

Laro Damas, shoveler, H. E. Gaylord, residence South Hadley Falls 
Laroche Edouard Mrs., dress and cloak maker, rooms 58 Bridge 
Laroche John B. (Laroche & Garceau), rooms 102 High 
Laroche Meltizor, emp Landers Brothers, house 572 East , 



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Laroche & Garceau (John B. Laroche and Joseph A. Garceau), 

clothers, 108 High 
Larocque Arthur, boards 13 Prospect 

Larocque Frederick, emp Metrick Thread Co., boards 84 Lyman 
Larocque I. J. Mrs., house 22 West 
Larocque Jeremiah, carpenter, house 14 Fountain 
Larocque Joachim, carpenter, house 16 High 
Larocque Joseph, carpenter, house 13 Prospect 
Larocque Leon, painter, boards 13 Prospect 
Larcoque Ludger, carpenter, house 13 Prospect 
Larocque Nectair, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 13 Prospect 
Larocque William, carpenter, house 99 Beech 
Larocque William N., emp Winona Paper Co., boards 84 Lyman 
LaRose (see Sarette) 

Larrow Frank T., hack driver H. H. Carter, house 42 Race 
Larrow Linda Miss, emp Riverside Paper Co., rooms 352 Main 
Larsson Gustav, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., house 25 Newton 
Lascault Honore, emp Lyman Mills, house 93 Lyman 
Lassiter James, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 206 Pine 
Lasonde Napoleon, teamster, house 580 East 
Latour Louis, chopper, house 46 Union 
Lauder Jane, widow John, house 20 Worcester Place 
Laughlin James, boards 69 Main 

Laukner Otto, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills h South, cor Chapin B. V. 
Launier George G., barber, emp 311 Main, boards 151 High 
Lauzon Alphonse, laborer, boards 538 East 
Lauzon Damasse, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 69 High 
Lauzon Moise, removed to St. Paul, Minn. 
Lavalle Bridget Miss, house 184 Lyman 
Lavalle Bridget Miss, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 54 

Chestnut 
Lavalle Desire, emp Lyman Mills, house 114 Lyman 
Lavalle Michael, emp Conn. River R. R., boards 35 Fountain 
Lavalle Michel, plasterer, house rear 99 High 
Lavelle Owen, laborer, house 41 Chestnut 
Lavelle Thomas, emp Hadiey Co., house 55 Fountain 
Lavanture David, laborer, boards 7 Oliver 
Lavanture Louis, house 9 Fountain 

Lavier Joseph, foreman. Thomas Connor, house 182 Maple 
Lavigne Arthur, baker, boards 572 East 
Lavigne Joseph, laborer, house 42 Hamilton 
Lavigne Onnesette, carpenter, house 572 East 
Lavoie George, baker, 603 Bridge, house do 
Lavoie Jennie Miss., dressmaker, 603 Bridge, house do 
Laviolette J. Alexandre, emp Casper Ranger, boards 69 High 
Law Robert, emp Albion Paper Co., house 44 Ely 
Lawler Joseph, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 133 High 
Lawler Maggie, emp Lyman Mills, No. 1, rooms 15 Hampden 
Lawler Maria, widow William, house 79 Main 
Lawler Mary M. Mrs., house 7 Newton Place 
Lawler Minnie, Miss., teacher, boards 266 Maple 
Lawler Thomas, saloon 77 Main, boards 79 do 



134 HOLYOKE [li] DIRECTORY. 

Lawlor James A., painter, Dean & Wheelock, boards 9 Oliver 
Lawlor Mary, widow Martin, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 127 Race 
Lawrence Anthony C, meat market and grocery 71 Park, house do 
Lawrence Fannie, erap Hadley Co., boamds 43 Front 
Lawrence Hiram B., principal Appleton street grammar school, h 185 

Pine 
Lawrence Thomas, removed to Bridgeport, Ct. 
Lawrence Maggie, rooms 35 Hampden 
Lawrence William L., foreman machine room Winona Paper Co. h 

So. Hadley Falls 
Lawrence [See Lorenz] 

Lawson Jennie Miss, telephone operator, boards 20 Worcester place 
Lawson John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 530 Main 
Lawton Herbert, emp R. F. Kelton & Co., rooms 291 High 
Leach Lucretia, widow Ebenezer, house 28 Hampden 
Leach Thomas B., emp Albion Paper Co., house 70 Lyman 
Leahv David J., painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, bds 19 Hampden 
Leary Catherine, widow Patrick, house rear 44 Chestnut 
Leary Cornelius, hostler H. H. Carter, boards rear 44 Chestnut 
Leary Dennis, emp Phelps & Tower, boards 30 Lyman 
Leary George, overseer dye house Connor Bros., house 34 Prospect 
Leary Jeremiah, shoemaker, house 370 High 
Leary John, hostler H. H. Carter, rooms over 29 Main 
Leary John D., clerk J. H. Fitzsimmons, rooms 20 Cabot 
Leary Martin, saloon 51 Walnut, house do 
Leary Patrick, laborer, boards 1 Center 
Leary Patrick, laborer, house 36 East (Ward 1) 
Leary Timothy, emp H. & W. R. R., boards 68 Race 
Leary William, emp T. F. Kegan, house 156 Dwight 
Le Barron Russell A., millwright, house 17 Worcester place 
Leblanc Joseph, boards 68 Cabot 
Leblanc Odille, widow Charles, house 68 Cabot 
LeClair Henry, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., boaras 93 Lyman 
LeClair Joseph, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house 93 Lyman 
Lecours Adolphe, house 35 Cabot 

LE DEFENSEUR (Weekly), Roy Bros, publishers, 291 Main. 
[See page 421.] 
Lederer August, house 345 Park 
Ledertr Franz, bakery 343 Park, boards 345 do 
Ledoux Paul, laborer, house 86 Cabot 

LeDoyt George H., principal B. V., school, house Northampton, B. V. 
Leduc Mary Mrs., house 56 Hamilton 
Lee A. E., jeweller 399 Main, rooms 20 West 
Lee Bernard, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 64 Race 
Lee Charles H., emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 218 Dwight 
Lee Dennis, emp Fenton & Dunn, house 218 Dwight 
Lee Han, laundry, 119 High, house do 
Lee Honora, widow Terrence, house 20 Taylor 
Lee James S., foreman wood shop Fenton & Dunn house 73 Elm 
Lee John H., emp Farr Alpaca Co.. house 14 Newton 
Lee Thomas, emp Connor Bros., boards 636 Main 
Leeman Albert D., peddler, house 21 Newton place ' 



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Leeton Edward P., emp Holyoke Envelope Co., house 93 Jackson 

Leeton Thomas F., clerk, boards 72 West 

Leeton Thomas J., house 72 West 

Lefebvre Alexandre, shoemaker 49 Fountain, house do 

Lefebvre Arthur E., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 616 East 

Lefebvre Hermin Miss, dressmaker, house 97 High 

Lefebvre Joseph, chopper, house 12 Potvin ave 

Lefevre Joseph, removed to Canada 

Lefevre Trefle, emp C. R. R. R., boards 47 Union 

Legare Eugene, emp Fan* Alpaca Co., boards 93 Park 

Legare Joseph, blacksmith 326 Main, house 70 Cabot 

Legare Joseph, removed to Canada 

Legare Samuel, machinist, house 182 Lyman 

Leger Philip, baker, boards 85 Lyman 

Legoult Trefle, emp Newton Paper Co., house 672 East 

Legrand Joseph, emp Lyman Mills, boards 121 Park 

Legrand J. S. laborer, house 28 Union 

Legrand Peter, laborer, house 121 Park 

Legris Joseph, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 576 East 

Leheureux Joseph, emp Lyman Mills, house 68 Cabot 

Lehn Peter, barber, emp 453 Main, boards Germania Hotel 

Leishman Frank, emp National Blank Book Co., house South, B. V. 

Leishman John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 110 West 

Leishman William, emp Albion Paper Co., house 110 West 

Leland Hannah R. Mrs., house 36 Ely 

Leland Sanford, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 284 Maple 

Lemear Joseph, carpenter, house 682 East 

Lemery Joseph, emp Merrick Lumber Co., boards 672 East 

Lemery Joseph, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 672 East 

Lemica Josephine Mrs. boards 6 Prospect 

Lemieux Joseph, chopper, house 59 Union 

Lemieux Peter, laborer, boards 47 Union 

Lemieux Philias, emp Lyman Mills, house 17 Oliver 

Lemieux Philias, Jr., emp Lyman Mills, boards 17 Oliver 

Lemieux Zoe Mrs., house 47 Union 

Lemlin Frank, emp Lyman Mills, boards 17 Hampden 

Lemme David, emp Connor Bros., boards 664 Bridge 

Lemoine John, painter, house 56 Union 

Lendo Frederick, emp Germania Mills, house 377 Park 

Lennehan Honora Miss, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 32 Chestnut 

Lennehan Patrick E., upholsterer, emp P. Mack & Co., bds 291 High 

Lennehan [See Linnehan] 

Leonard Clarence D., emp Holyoke Paper Co., h Northampton, I. P. 

Leonard Emma, rooms 55 D wight 

Leonard Frank, boards 161 Lyman 

Leonard Frank S., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 29 Newton 

Leonard Harriet, widow Thomas, house 19 Worcester place 

Leonard Harriet, widow D wight, house 29 .Newton 

Leonard James, emp C. R. R. R., boards 63 Race 

Leonard Mary E. Miss, boards 175 High 

Leonard Michael, farmer, house Westfield road 

Leonard Rose Miss, house 38 Chestnut 



136 HOLYOKE [L] DIEECTORY. 



Leonard Samuel, barber, emp 151 High, boards do 

Leonard Thomas, emp Lyman Mills, house 11 Oliver 

Leonard William, hostler H. H. Carter, boards 179 Main 

Lepage Euclid, house 51 Cabot 

Lepage Eugene, wagon repairer 518 East, boards 514 do 

Lepage Israel, carpenter, house 35 Park 

Lepage Joseph, laborer, house 6 Potvin ave 

Lepage Merance, widow Jean, boards 514 East 

Lepine Edmund, empHolyoke Water Power Co., house 57 Park 

Lequie Joseph, emp Samuel Snell, boards 546 East 

Lequin Henry, clerk Yal Moquin, house 58 Bridge 

Leroux Samuel, emp Albion Paper Co., house 59 Union 

Lesco Abraham, emp Merrick Lumber Co., boards 55 Park 

Lesco Henry, emp Lyman Mills, house 85 Lyman 

Leslie Edward D., removed to Worcester 

Leslie Joseph, emp C. Ranger, house 516 Main 

L'Esperance Angelique, meat market Cabot cor East house 560 East 

L'Esperance Doseta T., feather bed renovator, 156 Maple, h 291 High 

L'Esperance Frank, plasterer, boards 291 High 

L'Esperance Isaie, house 560 East 

L'Esperance Louis O., clerk W. L. L'Esperance, rooms 291 High 

T 'ESPERANCE WILFORD L., druggist, 289 High, near Suf- 

Li folk, house 291 High. [See cover.] 

Lestage Joseph, laborer, house 46 Union 

Letourneau Cleophas, carpenter, house 13 Union 

Levee Antoine, removed to So. Hadley Falls 

Levee Rose E. Miss, clerk Cooledge & Co., boards 303 High 

Levegue Thomas, roofer, emp A. H. Ryan, house 4 Potvin ave 

Levegue Touissant, emp Conn River Pulp Co., boards 93 Lyman 

Leveille Fred, removed to New Haven, Conn. 

Leveille James, erap Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 43 Bridge 

Leveille John, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 14 Canal 

Levreau Abraham, emp Lyman Mills, house 122 Lyman 

Levreau Abraham Jr., emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 124 Lyman 

Levreau Albert, emp Lyman Mills, boards 122 Lyman 

Levreau Clement, emp Lyman Mills, boards 122 Lyman 

Levreau Joseph, emp Lyman Mills No, 1, house 134 Lyman 

Lew in Christian E., insurance canvasser emp T. O'Hara, house 179 

Dwight 
Lewis Allen P., laborer, house 27 East 
Lewis Anna Miss, rooms 2 Hampden 
Lewis Emma, rooms 55 Dwight 

Lewis Joseph C, agt Connecticut River Lumber Co., house 219 Elm 
Ley Paul, machinist, boards 363 Park 
Lheureaux John B., photographer, house 97 High 
Liberty Michael J., marble worker, emp H. M. Cook, bds Mosher 
Liberty. [See LaLiberty.] 

Liddy Patrick J., emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 188 Lyman 
Liebeck Charles, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., res Willimansett 
Liebeck Christian, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., h Willimansett 
Liebeck Edward, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., h Willimansett 
Lilly Bridget, removed to Newburyport 



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Lincoln Benjamin F., house 132 Elm 

Lincoln. [See Coderre,] 

Lines Abigal E., widow Lewis L., removed to Willimansett 

Lingner Henry, cutler, house Southampton road 

Linnehan Bridget Miss, house 18 Oliver 

Linnehan Jeremiah J., emp Windsor Hotel 

Linnehan John, emp Lyman Mills, house 24 Oliver 

Linnehan Katie, widow Thomas, house 89 Fountain 

Linnehan Maria, widow Thomas, house 14 Oliver 

Linnehan Patrick J., clerk T. J. Flanagan, boards 46 Walnut 

Linnehan. [See also Lennehan.] 

Lintow Caroline, house 377 Park 

Lintow Frederick, emp Germania Mills, house 377 Park 

Lippmann Ernest, cigar maker, house 5 Union 

Lippmann Maggie, widow Frederick C, house 661 Main 

Little George B., house 52 Bond 

Little William S., emp Phelps & Tower, boards 76 Pleasant 

Liquie John, foreman Samuel Snell, house 546 East 

Livermore Ozro J. (Holyoke Furniture Co.), house 33 Pearl 

Lockwood Charles P., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, rooms 5 John 

Loffler Herman, emp Germania Mills, house 385 Park 

Logan John P. (Ferguson & Logan), rooms 256 Maple 

Logan William, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards Park cor Sargeant 

Lohe Max O., barber, emp 33 Hampden, boards 143 Pine 

Loiselle Alfred, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 127 Park 

Loiselle Frank, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 7 Prospect 

Loiselle Oliver, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 28 High 

Loiselle Pierre, billiard hall, 75 High, house 23 Newton place 

Loiselle Zeodile, widow Joseph, house 576 East 

Loiselle. [See Russell.] 

Loizon Damos, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 69 High 

Lombard Ellen, widow John, house 616 East 

Lombard Joseph, emp D. F. Coghlan, house 141 East 

London & Liverpool Clothing Co., M. D. Cohn, manager, 116 High 

Long Elizabeth widow Thomas, house 126 Hampden 

Long H. J. and I. L. Misses, house Northampton, B. V. 

L*ng James, emp Lyman Mills, house 75 Front 

Long James, emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., house 55 Prospect 

Long James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 35 Fountain 

Long James, plasterer, house 131 Maple 

Long James, laborer, boards 126 Hampden 

Long John, emp Landers Bros., house 150 Dwight 

Long John, plasterer, house 44 Summer 

Long John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 24 Prospect 

Long John, plasterer, house 44 Summer 

Long John F., emp Landers Bros., boards 126 Hampden 

Long Maggie Miss, dressmaker, 145 High, house do 

Long Michael, house 137 East 

Long Michael boards 71 Pine 

Long Patrick, emp city, house 232 Lyman 

Long Patrick, J., emp Union Paper Manufacturing Co., house 51 East 

Long Thomas, rem to Springfield 

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138 HOLYOKE [XJ DIRECTORY. 



Long Thomas, laborer, house 81 Elm 

Long Thomas, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 35 Fountain 

Longeway John Jr., mason, emp George W. Richards, house 10 Pearl 

Longley Louis Jr., plasterer, house 110 High 

Longley Mary widow Antona, boards 3 Park 

Longley Salome, widow Louis, dressmaker, house 197 Lyman 

Longtin Elzear, painter emp L. Doucette, house 86 Cabot 

Loomis Eli, spinner, house 12 Adams 

Loomis Jennette Mrs., boards Edgar J. Pomeroy, Northampton, I. P. 

Loomis Samuel D., emp. W. H. Abbott, house 293 West Hampden 

Loomis William S. (Loomis & Dwight), Holyoke Transcript, house 

Northampton, I. P. 
T OOMIS & DWIGHT, (W. S. Loomis, W. G. Dwight), proprie- 
\J tors daily and weekly Transcript, 182 High 
Looney Cornelius, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 32 Center 
Looney Cornelius J., policeman, house 30 East 
Looney Johannah, widow John, house 32 Center 
Looney Julia and Nora, emp Valley Paper Co., house 30 Center 
Lord Corydon, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 397 Main 
Lorenz Henry, house 333 Park 
Lorenz Rein hold, removed to So. Hadley Falls 
Lorir g Albert, upholsterer 269 High, house 271 do 
Lo ■ scher Pauline, widow Melchior, houie 193 Park 
Losty Matthe ,v J., emp Whitine Paper Co. No. 2, house 244 Dwight 

LOTHROP MERRILL G\, baker and restaurant 125 High, house 
127 do. [See page 450.] 
Loucto Isaie, carpenter, boards 525 Bridge 
Lou^seau Edward, emp Lyman Mills, boards 13 Union 
Lovell John, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 217 High 
Lo r ely Thomas, rooms 152 High 

Lovering Alvin A., emp Lyman Mills, house 42 Front 
Lovering Ernest, supt Lyman Mills, rooms 250 Maple 
Lovering Hele i E. Mrs., house 213 Walnut 
Lovett John, clerk 167 Main, boaids do 
Lovett Mary A. Miss, house 275 Main 
Lovett Michael, emp Lynch Bros,, boards 13 John 
Lovett William, emp Munn & Baush, boards 275 Main 
Lowcock John, emp Merrick Th ead Co., house 25 Adams 
Lowe David H., machine tender Massasoit Paper Co , h 51 Suffolk 
Lowe Jane, widow William, house 51 Suffolk 
Lowe John, emp Farr Alpaca Co, house 20 Worcester place 
Lowe John H., emp Wsuregan Paper Co., removed to So. Had. Falls 
Lowell Charles W., removed to Springfield 
Loyer Jerry, emp S. Hanson, boards 13 East Dwight 
Lubin William, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 664 East 
Lubold Herman, emp Germania Mills, house 27 Jackson 
Luby Kate, widow William, house 149 Dwight 
Luby Thomas, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 149 Dwight 
Lucas Ralph, confectioner 99 High and 131 Lyman, house 99 High 
Lucey Cornelius, house 113 Oak 

Lucey Co/nelius F., plumber and gas-fitter 47 Hampden, bds 113 Oak 
Lucey Eliza, widow Dennis, house 651 High 



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Lucey Martin M., emp C. F. Lucey, house 99 Walnut 

Lucey Mary, widow Dennis, house rear 126 Maple 

Lucey Patrick, emp J. Delaney, house rear 32 Chestnut 

Lucey Timothy M., with C. F. Lucey, house 113 Oak 

Luchini Caesar, fruit dealer 119 Lyman, house do 

Lucier Joseph, carpenter, house 58 Bridge 

Ludden Richard, emp Hadley Co., house 7 Center 

Ludmgton Homer E., emp Whitmore Mfg. Co., house 11 Hampshire 

Ludwezrch Charles, emp Germania Mills, house 253 Park 

Lum D. Mrs., removed to Northampton 

Lunn Horace A., section master Conn., R. R. R., house 38 Taylor 

Lusch Louis, emp R. H. Vollert, boards 341 Park 

Lussier Charles, laborer, boards 53 Union 

Lussier Didace, laborer, house 53 Union 

Lussier Hermidas, baker, house 17 Fountain 

Lusnier Pierre, emp 17 Fountain, house do 

LUSSIER PIERRE, JR., baker 17 Fountain, house do. [See 
page 450.] 
Lussier Theophile, baker, boards 17 Fountain 
Luther Eben (Holyoke Furniture Co.), house Springfield 
Lycett Thomas, engineer Chemical Papex Co., house 664 East 
Lyman Arthur T., trc s Hadley Co., office 18 Summer, Boston* Mass. 
Lyman Cassius S., teacher, removed to Thompsonville, Ct. 
Lyman Charles P. (S. T. Lym..n & Son), house 162 Elm 
Lyman Charles S., overseer dressing room Merrick Thread Co., house 

101 Race 
Lyman Edga • P., carpenter, boards 27 West 
Lyman EdLoa L. (Lyman & Cray), house 134 Beech 
Lyman Eugene K., book-keeper Riverside Paper Co., boards Samuel 

T. Lyman, Beacon ave, I. P. 
Lyman Herbert, emp S. T. Lyman & Son, rooms 162 Elm 

LYMAN MILLS, domestics, etc., George H. Hills, agent, bet 
first and second level canal, office 74 Front. [See page 380.] 
Lyman Robert H., emp S. T. Lyman & Son, boards Beacon ave, I. P. 
Lyman Samuel T. (S. T. Lyman & Son), house Beacon ave, I. P. 
I YMAN S. T. & SON (S. T. Lyman, C. P. Lyman), stoves, 
Jj ranges, furnaces, plumbing, etc., 141 Main. [See page 418.] 

LYMAN & GRAY (Edson L. Lyman, George L. Gray), meat 
market 105 Dwight. See page 472.] 
Lynch Betsey, widow John, house 126 Maple 

LYNCH BROTHERS (Michael, Maurice and Thomas), contract- 
ors, builders, masons, etc., office 69 Elm, brick mfrs, yard 
Bridge, South Hadley Falls. [See page 502.] 
Lynch Catherine, widow Timothy, house 58 Summer (Ward 1) 
Lynch Catherine, widow Patrick, boards 91 Elm 
Lynch Catherine, widow Peter, house 114 High 
Lynch Cornelius Mrs., house 45 Hamilton 

Lynch Cornelius, plasterer and slater, boards 58 Summer (Ward 1) 
Lynch Daniel, laborer, house 187 Lyman 
Lynch Daniel, Jr., laborer, boards 187 Lyman 
Lynch Daniel Mrs., house 236 Lyman 
Lynch Daniel, clerk J. O'Donnell, boards 32 Chestnut 



140 HOLYOKE [JJ DIRECTORY. 



Lynch Dennis, emp Lynch Bros., boards 653 High 

Lynch Ellen Miss, dressmaker, house 63 Ely 

Lynch Frank, emp Richard Lynch, boards 193 Hampden 

Lynch Frank, bricklayer, house 86 Maple 

Lynch Honora, widow Patrick, house 199 Lyman 

Lynch James, clerk John T. Lynch, boards 193 Park 

Lynch John, laborer, house 169 Dwight 

Lynch John, laborer, house 120 Hampden 

Lynch John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 125 Sargeant 

Lynch John, farmer, house Easthampton road, I. P. 

Lynch John, farmer, house 107 Sargeant 

Lynch John K., agent Farren Spring Bed, rooms 106 High 

Lynch John D., brakeman, house 61 Walnut 

Lynch John P., emp Lynch Bros., house 239 Lyman 

Lynch John T., saloon 439 Main, boards 163 Park 

Lynch Margaret, widow William, house 211 Lyman 

Lynch Martin, emp Lynch Brothers, house 68 High 

Lynch Martin, emp B. F. Perkins, house 43 Fountain 

Lynch Martin, laborer, house 69 Elm 

Lynch Mary, Miss, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards 27 Chestnut 

Lynch Maurice, (Lynch Brothers), house 276 Dwight 

Lynch Maurice F., boards 58 Summer 

Lynch Michael, (Lynch Brothers), residence South Hadley Falls 

Lynch Michael, laborer, house 167 Lyman 

Lynch Michael, slater, boards 30 Appleton 

Lynch Michael, mason tender, house 73 Walnut 

Lynch Michael J., policeman, boards 239 Lyman 

Lynch Patrick, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 653 High 

Lynch Patrick J., foreman Tuttle Rubber Works, boards 143 Main 

Lynch Richard, tailor, 157 Maple, house 193 Hampden 

Lynch Richard Jr., vegetable pedler, boards 193 Hampden 

Lynch Rose, widow Patrick, dressmaker, 712 East boards do 

Lynch Thomas (Lynch Brothers), house 274 Dwight 

Lynch Thomas, house 163 Park 

Lynch Thomas, emp Winona Paper Co., house 38 East 

Lynch Thomas J., milliner and fancy goods, 134 High, h 156 Dwight 

Lynch Timothy, grocer, 47 East, house 63 Ely 

Lynch Timothy J., confectionery 58 Lyman, boards 139 East 

Lynch T. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 134 High, house 156 Dwight 

Lynes Ellen, widow Enos, house 42 East 

Lynes Michael F., emp Albion Paper Co., house 42 East 

Lynn Joseph, overseer cloth room Farr Alpaca Co., house 652 East 

Lynn Peter, barber, boards Germania Hotel 

Lynn Robert, supt Conn. River Pulp Co., house 75 Newton 

Lyonnais Arthur A., house 346 High 

Lyon Elijah E., veterinary surgeon, office Samosett House, residence 

Southampton 
Lyon George W. D., cashier C. R. R. R., freight office, h Willimansett 
Lyons Daniel, house 112 Lyman 
Lyons Jerry F., emp T. F. Kegan, house 164 High 
Lyons Johanna, widow Daniel, house 101 Walnut 
Lyons John, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 50 Ceiater 






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Lyons John, emp C. R. R. R., house 63 Fountain 

Lyons Lizzie G. Miss, clerk T. J. Lynch, boards 156 Dwight 

Lyons Mary, emp Lyman Mills, boards 10 Oliver 

Lyons Patrick, mason tender, house 36 Chestnut 

Lyons Patrick, mason tender, house 126 Pine 

Lyons Patrick, emp Landers Brothers, house 26 Chestnut 

Lyons Patrick L., house 24 Taylor 

Lyons Timothy, emp yard, Lyman Mills, house 13 Oliver 

Lyons William J., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 Main 

Mack Abby Mks., house 20 Hampshire 

Mack Dennis, policeman, house 109 Walnut 

Mack Ellen, widow Patrick, house 236 Lyman 

Mack James, emp Hadley Co., house 114 Race 

Mack Patrick, (P. Mack & Co.), house 5 Worcester Place 

MACK P. & CO., furniture dealers, carpets, &c, 301 High. [See 
page 452.] 
Mack Thomas J., painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, house 147 Main 
Mack Timothy, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 520 Main 
Mack William H., barber, 108 Maple, house do 
Mackey John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 
Mackey John, emp J. Delaney, house 7 Oliver 
Mackin Mary A. Miss, rooms 275 Main 

Mackintosh Charles E., (D. Mackintosh & Son), h Northampton. B. V. 
Mackintosh Donald, (D. Mackintosh & Son), house Northampton, B. V. 

MACKINTOSH D. & SON, (Donald and Charles E. Mackintosh), 
dyers and dealers in colored cottons, Bigelow rear Tuttle Rub- 
ber Works. [See page 387.] 
Mackintosh J. G. Co., bankers, 47 Dwight 
Mackintosh John G. (J. G. Mackintosh & Co.), house 197 Elm 
Mackintosh S. B., watchman Merrick Thread Co. 
Madden Edward, plasterer, house 96 Walnui 
Madison Neils, house 87 Race 
Madsen Andrew, emp Hadley Co., house 659 Main 
Madsen Martinus, emp A. J. Rand, house 112 West 
Madsen N. F. Mrs., dressmaker, 112 West, house do 
Maerkle John, emp Germania Mills, house 379 Park 
Magill Esther Mrs., removed to Boston 

MAGNA ALBERT G., insurance agent and railroad and steam- 
ship ticket agency, 31 Dwight, house 164 Pine. [See page 422.] 
Magner Edward, overseer finishing room Connor Brothers, boards 

Palatine Hotel 
Mahaffy David, produce dealer, 149 Main, boards 57 Newton 
Maher Charles, cigar maker, boards 507 South Canal 
Maher Ellen, widow Philip, house 72 Canal 
Maher George W., saloon 385 Main, house 387 do 
Maher John, cigar maker, 62 Elm, boards 7 Oliver 
Maher John, Mrs., boards 33 Chestnut 

Maher Patrick F., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 641 High 
Maher William, removed to Pittsfield 

Mahern John, emp H. C. Carrington & Co., rooms 38 Hampden 
Mahern Mary A. Miss, house 53 Elm 



142 HOLYOKE [lv£] DIRECTORY. 



Mahoney Daniel, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 

Mahoney Daniel, emp Lynch Bros., boards 239 Lyman 

Mahoney Dennis, emp Water Power Co., boards 24 Prospect 

Mahoney Dennis, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 

Mahoney Dennis, emp saw mill, house 99 Walnut 

Mahoney Ellen, widow John, house 188 Lyman 

Mahoney Ellen, widow John, house 105 Walnut 

Mahoney Florence, saloon and house 74 High 

Mahoney James, house 15 Chestnut 

Mahoney James H., emp A. H. Perry, 66 Crescent, rooms 73 Race 

Mahoney Jeremiah, emp Hadley Co., house 187 Lyman 

Mahoney Julia, widow John, boards 121 Park 

Mahoney Kate Mrs., house 35 Adams 

Mahoney Kate, J., dressmaker, boards 105 Walnut 

Mahoney Margaret, widow Daniel, house 82 Maple 

Mahoney Mary, widow Timothy, house 199 Lyman 

Mahoney Mary, widow James, house 19 O'Connor ave 

Mahoney Mary, widow Jeremiah, confectionery etc., 269 Park, h do 

Mahoney Maurice, emp Landers Bros., house 186 Lyman 

Mahoney Patrick, emp Hadley Co., house 15 Center 

Mahoney Timothy J., stone cuttter, emp Jackson & McCormick, b 269 

Park 
Mahoney William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 16 Adams 
Mahony N., widow Timothy, boards 52 Lyman 
Mahony Patrick D., dry goods, 52 Lyman, house do 
Maigret Clovis, clerk A. N. Dufresne, house 371 Main 
Mailler Prudent, house 37 Jackson 
Major E. A., emp J. O'Shea, res We>t Springfield 
Makepiece Honer, laborer, boards Westfield road 
Malalley Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 319 Park 
Mtflalley Peter, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 17 Adams 
Malbouef John B., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 55 Park 
Malcolm James, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 654 High 
Maley Cornelius, house 33 East 

Maley Cornelius S., emp Henry Thomas, boards 41 Chestnut 
Maley Cornelius W., house 41 Chestnut 
Maley David J. bartender John Manning, boards 58 Bridge 
Maley Edward, emp Conn. Hiver Lumber Co., boards 153 Hampden 
Maley Morris, house 44 Walnut 

Maley William, emp Franklin Paper Co., boards 31 East 
Malfet Francis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 99 Park 
Mallan Mary, widow James, louse 21 Prospect 
Mallane John, mason, house 79 Fountain 
Mallane John, mason, house 52 Summer (Ward 1) 
Mallane Margaret, widow Thomas, house 126 Maple 
Mallane Martin, house 161 Lyman 
Mallett William H., hostler John Gee, rooms at stable 
Malley Michael, house 74 Newton 
Mallon Charles H., laborer, house 85 High 
Mallon Lizzie, widow Wm. W., rooms 152 High 
Malo Eli, boot-maker, 36 East, house 208 Lyman 
Malo Eli Mrs, house 14 Fountain 






HOLYOKE [IkJ] DIRECTORY. 143 



Malo Louise Mrs, house 14 Fountain 

Malone John, emp city, house 32 Chestnut 

Malone John, emp Winona Paper Co., house 39 Summer (Ward 1) 

Malone John H., sewing machine agt, enap M. P. Conway, h 79 Main 

Malone Mary, widow William, house 16 Maple 

Malone Thomas, emp Lynch Brothers, house 69 Elm 

Malone Thomas, laborer, boards 16 Maple 

Maloney Alice, widow James H., house 45 Front 

Maloney Annie, emp Hadley Co., boards 43 Front 

Maloney Catharine, widow Stephen, house 23 Chestnut 

Maloney John, emp Winona Paper Co., house 39 Summer 

Miloney Stephen, emp E. Whitaker, house 23 Chestnut 

Maloney Thomas, emp Parsons Paper Co., h 161 Dwight 

Maloney Timothy J., stone-cutter, emp C. Connolly, bds 269 Park 

Mallory Henry P., clerk Carew Mfg Co., res Springfield 

Manchester Andrew J., emp Prentiss Wire Mills, boards 16 Taylor 

MANGUM ANDREW, crayon artist, 278 High, res Hartford, Ct. 
[See page 445. J 
Mani Franz, boards 363 Park 
Manion Xavier, laborer, house rear 56 Hamilton 
Manion John, emp Hadley Co., boards 22 High 
Manion Mary, widow Thomas, house 22 High 
Manley John C, emp T. F. Kegan, boards 24] Maple 
Mann Abbott C, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 3 Worcester place 
Minn August, emp Germania Mills, house 371 Park 
Mann Bridget Miss, school teacher, rooms 35 Hampden 
Mann Godfrey, overseer card-room Beebe, Webber & Co., h 600 S. Canal 
Mann Martin E., rem to Brattleboro, Vt. 
Mann Mary, widow Michael, house 35 Hampden 
Mann Michael H., Janitor, boards 35 Hampden 

MANN THOMAS W., architect, civil engineer and draughtsman, 
35 Hampden, house do. [See front colored page] 
Manning Dennis, emp Coghlan's Boiler Works, h 126 Hampden 
Manning George, emp G. P. Ellison, rooms 10 Hampden 
Manning H. Mrs., fancy goods, millinery and dress-making, 124 High, 

house 122 High 
Manning James, emp Holmes, Perkins & Co., bds 3 Dwight 
Manning James, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 5 Oliver 
Manning James J., molder, house rear 44 Chestnut 
Manning John, laborer, house rear 42 Elm 
Manning John, laborer, house 69 Sargeant 
Manning John, removed to Bridgeport, Ct 
Manning John, house rear 58 Prospect 
Manning John, saloon, 58 Bridge, house do (Ward 1) 
Manning John, (W. & J. Manning), bds Pine n Suffolk 
Manning Mary Mrs., house 58 Prospect 
Manning Mary, house 114 Race 
Manning Mary Mrs., house 36 Front 

Manning Michael F., emp H. C. Carrington & Co., rooms 106 High 
Manning Michael J., saloon, 44 Elm, house do 
Manning Nellie Miss, emp 130 High, rooms 128 do 
Manning Patrick, laborer, house 43 Bridge 



144 HOLYOKE [1£] DIKECTORY. 



Manning Timothy D., emp Holyoke Paper Co., bds 514 Main 

Manning William, (W. & J. Manning), house 142 Pine 

Manning, W. & J., (Wm. and John Manning), props Crystal Pulp 

Works, Bowers & Mover's building, Front cor D wight 
Mannix Jeremiah, emp Crocker-Mfg. Co., house 50 Bridge (Wardl) 
Mannix Johanna Mrs., house 66 Ely 
Mannix John, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., house 68 Bridge 
Mannix Katie and Josie, emp Syms & Dudley Co., boards 43 Bridge 
Mannix Michael, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., house 96 Summer, (Ward 1) 
Mannix Nora Miss, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 43 Bridge 
Mannix Patrick, Mrs., house 177 Lyman 

Mansell John, emp Hoi. Water Power Co., house 236 Lyman 
Mansell Michael, teamster, Gridley & Moriarty, rooms 66 High 
Mansell Patrick, emp. Hoi. Water Power Co., boards 236 Lyman. 

MANUFACTURER AND INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE, 
monthly, Clark W. Bryan & Co., publishers and proprietors, 
office Water Power Co's Cabot St. Mill [See opp page 39] 
Mara Timothy, hostler, J. M. O'Connor, bds 49 Fountain 
Marache Henry, emp Winona Paper Co., bds 582 East 
Marache Hermingile, emp Farr Alpaca Co., bds 582 East 
Marache Louis, chopper, house 582 East 
Marchessault William, bartender, emp Wm. Jess, h 33 East 
Marcellein Cordelia, widow S., emp C. H. Prentiss, bds 51 Bond 
Marcell Adolphus, grocer, house 584 East 
Marcotte Antoine (A. Marcotte & Co.), rooms 317 Main 
Marcotte A. & Co. (Antoine Marcotte, D. E. Sullivan), shoe store 338 

Main 
Marcotte Joseph E., peddler* house 676 East 

Marcoux Alphonse, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 525 Bridge 
Marcy Samuel G., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 530 Main 
Marden A. M. Mrs., dressmaker, removed to Minneapolis, Minn. 
Marden Frederick B., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 111 Newton 
Marden John A., emp Casper Ranger, house Willimansett 
Maringeau Arthur, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 121 Park 
Maringeau George, removed to Easthampton 
Maringeau Raphael Napoleon, emp Holvoke Machine Co., house 123 

Park 
Marion George, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 173 Park 
Marion Joseph, blacksmith, emp A. Newton, house 69 High 
Marion Menazic, emp Conn. R. Pulp Co., house 70 Cabot 
Marion Ulderic, emp Lyman Mills, boards 105 Lyman 
Markey John, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., house 22 Oliver 
Markham Francis J., emp Springfield, boards 189 Dwight 
Markham James, boards High cor Sargeant 
Markham John A., hackman, rooms 58 Bridge 
Markham Michael E., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 189 Dwight 
Markle Adolph, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 64 Boud 
Markle Charles, emp Germania Mills, boards 355 Park 
Markle David, house 661 Summer 
Markle John, emp Germania Mills, house 379 Park 
Markle [See Maerkle] 
Marks Abraham, clerk M. A. Marks, house 73 Main 



HOLYOKE [Jul] DIRECTORY. 145 



MARKS MICHAEL A., merchant tailor 81 Main, bds 73 Main. 
[See page 427.] 
Maroney Catherine, widow Michael, house 21 Chestnut 
Maroney John, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 24 High 
Maroney John J., expressman, house ^^5ridge 
Maroney Thomas, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 161 Dwight 
Maroney Thomas J., carpenter, house 20 Oliver 
Marotte Eugene, emp Newton Paper Co., house 546 Bridge 
Marotte Gideon, tinsmith, house 28 Cabot • 

Marotte Horace, emp Newton Paper Co., house 514 East 
Marotte Joseph G-., hostler M. Guertan, rooms at stable 
Marotte Napoleon, emp Newton Paper Co., house 30 Hamilton 
Marquette Louis, laborer, rooms 79 Park 
Marquette Thomas, emp L. B. White, house 40 Fountain 

MARRA JOHN, stone and marble dealer, Crescent near East, h 
245 Hampden. [See page 491.] 
Marra Kate Mrs., house 86 Bridge 

Marra William, teamster John McCoy, house 79 Fountain 
Marrin Frank, boards 514 Main 

Marrin Peter, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 514 Main 
Marrin William, house 257 Park 

Marseille Dolphis (L'Angelique & Marseille), boards 534 East 
Marsh Albert E., book-keeper Holmes, Perkins & Co., h 112 Dwight 
Marsh George C, produce dealer 142 High, house do 
Marsh Hannah S., widow Robert G., house 117 Dwight 
Marsh Mary Miss, boards Northampton, I. P. 

Marsh William H. H., emp Holyoke Furniture Co., h 117 Dwight 
Marshall Charles, emp A. T. Stewart estate, house 597 So. Canal 
Marshall Charles, boards 13 Oliver 
Marshall Frank, carpenter, house 113 High 
Marshall Frank A., carpenter, house 54 Pleasant 
Marshall John H., emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., rooms 2 Dwight 
Marshall Thomas W., emp John C. Smith, house 26 West 
Marshall William, clerk 36 Lyman, house 102 High 
Marshall William, A., emp Holyoke Machine C, boards 17 Bond 
Marston George E., emp Holyoke Machine Co., res Willimansett 
Marston Nymphus W., molder, removed to Willimansett 
Marston Warren C, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rem to Willimansett 
Martel Eusebe, plasterer, rooms 106 High 
Martel Hubert, removed to Canada 
Martel Louis, emp Newton Paper Co., house 158 High 
Martelle Hubert, laborer, house rear 37 Union 
Martelle Joseph, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 511 Bridge 
Martelle M. A. Miss, boards 25 Newton 

Martelle Pierre, emp Hampden Cotton Millg, house rear 37 Union 
Martelle Theophile, carpenter F. F. O'Neill, house 15 Oliver 
Martelle Trefle, carpenter, boards 511 Bridge 
Martelle Ulderic, emp Lyman Mills, boards 511 Bridge 
Martin Donald, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 24 Prospect 
Mariin Elizabeth T., widow John, rooms 618 Main 
Martin Frederick, removed to Brotid Brook, Ct. 
Martin Frederick G., emp Holyoke Paper Co.^ boards 22 West 

19 



146 HOLYOKE [1kJ[] DIRECTORY. 

Martin George laborer, boards Hampden cor Northampton 

Martin George W., house 22 West 

Martin Henry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 306 Dwight 

Martin Herman, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 482 Maple 

Martin Isaac, emp D. F. Coghlan, house Hampden cor Northampton 

Martin Isabine W. Miss, teacher High School, boards 296 Maple 

Martin John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 21 Prospect 

Martin John F., brick mason, emp Landers Bros., house 56 Elm 

Martin John L., removed to Springfield 

Martin Margaret, widow James, house 50 Bond 

Martin Michael, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 29 Walnut 

Martin Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 7 Oliver 

Martin Robert, boards 50 Bond 

Martin Teresa E., dressmaker 69 Dwight, rooms do 

Martin Thomas, paper maker, boards 78 Lyman 

Martin Thomas, emp Nash, Holmes & Co , house 90 Fountain 

Martin William, emp C. R. R. R., house 538 East 

Martin William Mrs., boards 118 Lyman 

Martin William E., emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 507 So. Canal 

Martino Edmund N., emp National Blank Book Co., house 381 Main 

Martino Henry, house rear 700 East 

Martino John B., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 85 Lyman 

Martino Joseph, emp Merrick Lumber Co., boards 85 Lyman 

Martino Joseph, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 17 West 

Martino Nelson, emp G. P. Ellison, house 81 Race 

Marvin John, carpenter, house 323 High 

Mason George, boards 113 High 

Mason John, emp Water Power Co., boards 105 Walnut 

Mason Thomas M., emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 8 Hampden 

Masonic Hall 205 High 

MASSACHUSETTS SCREW COMPANY, manufacturers of 
iron wood screws, J. C. Newton treasurer, corner Bigelow and 
Cabot. [See page 391.] 

MASSACHUSETTS WOVEN WIRE MATTRESS CO. 
Works, South B. V., office Palatine Hotel. [See front 
colored page.] 

MASSASOIT PAPER MFG. CO., Bigelow near Dwight, E. C. 
Rogers agent and treasurer. [See page 366.] 
Masse Alphonse, clerk Clark & Richard, rooms 105 Elm 
Masse David, carpenter, house 69 High 

Masterson Benjamin F., emp National Blank Book Co., house 45 Cabot 
Mather Samuel, removed to Agawam, Mass. 
Mathieu Mary, Miss, house 652 East 
Matte Joseph, house 85 Lyman 

Mattice Ira G., foreman Holyoke Machine Co., South B. V. 
Maudor Armidas, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 615 Summer 
Maudor Edward, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 615 Summer 
Mauer William, sec. and paymaster, Germania Mills, boards 219 Pine 

MAXFIELD GEORGE A., dental rooms 1 and 2, 83 Dwight, 
house do. [See page 440.] 
Maxfield M. Anna Miss, music teacher, house 276 Maple 
Maxfield Susie Miss, teacher, boards £76 Maple 



HOLYOKE [lol] DIEECTORY. 147 



Maxie Ludwig, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 24 Cabot 

May John M., hostler, A. Lafontaine, rms Suffolk, cor Railroad 

Mayberry William H,, harness, trunks, etc., 249 High, house 251 do 

Mayer August, house 613 Bridge 

Mayer Joseph, emp A. C. Nevins, house 71 Park 

Mayer Prudent, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 7 Jackson 

Mayhew William, helper, emp A. H. Ryan, boards 69 Race 

Maynard Anthyne, drug clerk C. E. Ball & Co., boards 40 Front 

Maynard Antoine, house 12 Prospect 

Maynard Joseph, emp Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Co., boards 

381 Mam 
Maynard Louis, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 381 Main 
Maynard (see also Menard) 

Maynes Smith, emp William Grover, house 5 Center 
Mayo Charles E., steward Windsor Hotel 

Mayo S. M. Miss, teacher Appleton street school, rooms 197 Pine 
Mayotte Antoine, emp R. T. Prentiss, house 17 Fountain 
Mayotte Evangelistes, farmer, house 111 Lyman 
Mayotte Joseph, hostler, H. H. Carter, boards 25 Fountain 
Mayotte Pierre, laborer, house 103 Lyman 
Mayotte Salime, house 25 Fountain 

MacAUister Henrietta, widow Amos E., house Northampton, I. P. 
McAvoy Charles, removed to New Britain 
McBarron Dennis, laborer, house 35 Elm 
McBride Elizabeth, widow Alexander, house 3 Ely avenue 
McBride E. S., overseer spinning dept H. Warp Co., boards 530 Main 
McBride George, emp Connor Brothers, boards 664 Bridge 
McBride Owen, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 69 Sargeant 
McCabe Charles, painter, rooms 184 High 

McCabe Edward, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 6 Hampshire 
McCabe Felix, grocer, 104 Hampden, house do 
McCabe John, emp city, house 40 Lyman 
McCabe John, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards 27 Newton 
McCabe Michael, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, boards 184 High 
McCabe Patrick, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 16 Hampshire 
McCabe Patrick, house 19 Oliver 

McCabe Patrick, engineer Albion Paper Co., house 27 East, (Ward 1) 
McCabe Sarah Miss, emp Lyman Mills, rooms 21 Oliver 
McCabe Thomas, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 16 Hampshire 
McCabe Thomas, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 70 Canal (Ward 1.) 
McCain James, joiner, house 113 High 
McCain James Jr., emp Hadley Co., boards 113 High 
McCain John, laborer, house 91 Hampden 
McCain Samuel, emp Lyman Mills, house 21 Hampden 
McCain William, emp H. Seymour Cutlery Co., boards 113 High 
McCambridge Maggie (Vaughan & McCambridge), 175 High 
McCammon Frank (Nourse & McCammon), rooms 266 Maple 
McCane Mary, Mrs., nurse, house 48 Bond 
McCann Mary A. Miss, house 3 Hampden 
McCarthy Charles, emp city, house 32 Prospect 

MCCARTHY CORNELIUS P., saloon 139 Main, house do 
[See page 506.] 



148 HOLYOKE [1£] DIRECTORY. 

McCarthy Daniel, erap Albion Paper Co., house 27 Lyman 

McCarthy Daniel, emp city, house 243 Lyman 

McCarthy Daniel, pedler, house 120 Hampden 

McCarthy Dennis, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 35 Adams 

McCarthy Dennis S., clerk, boards 104 Race 

McCarthy Eliza, Miss, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 71 Lyman 

McCarthy Eugene, removed to Springfield 

McCarthy Eugene F., barber 36 Hampden, house 41 Suffolk 

McCarthy Fanny Miss, house 73 Fountain % 

McCarthy Fenton, emp Excelsior Paper Co., house 13 Park 

McCarthy Florence, emp Farr Alpaca dye house, house 184 Chestnut 

McCarthy Frank, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 3 Bond 

McCarthy Fred, emp John C. Smith, boards 120 Hampden 

McCarthy James, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house rear 173 Race 

McCarthy Jeremiah, shoemaker John Cavanaugh, house 110 Hampden 

McCarthy Jeremiah G., clerk, house 20 Mosher 

McCarthy John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 32 Prospect 

McCarthy John, Mrs., boards 57 Elm 

McCarthy John J., bartender, boards 134 Lyman 

McCarthy John K., meat market 39 Sargeant, house 575 Bridge 

McCarthy John W., emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 45 Elm 

McCarthy Michael, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 27 Lyman 

McCarthy Michael F., boards 13 Park 

McCarthy Miles, house 28 Cabot 

McCarthy Richard, emp Valley Paper Co., house 73 Canal, (Ward 1) 

McCarthy William, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 577 Bridge 

McCarthy William, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, boards 73 Canal, 

(Ward 1.) 
McCarthy (see also McCarty) 

McCarty Callahan, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, boards 7 Oliver 
McCarty Charles A. (Mrs. Glaster & Son.), boards 20 Maple 
McCarty Daniel, emp Lyman Mills, house 63 Fountain 
McCarty Dennis, emp Thorpe Bros., house 12 School 
McCarty Ellen, widow Eugene, house 19 Oliver 
McCarty Jerry, emp city, boards 63 Ely 
McCarty Johanna, widow Daniel, house 161 D wight 
McCarty John, laborer, boards 63 Fountain 
McCarty John, brick-layer, house 224 Lyman 
McCarty John, emp city, boards 63 Ely 

McCarty John W,, clerk Clark & Richard, rooms 133 Walnut 
McCarty Margaret, widow Timothy, house 69 Mosher 
McCarty Mary Miss, house 33 East 

McCarty Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 
McCarty Patrick, emp city, boards rear 137 Maple 
McCarty Timothy, house 127 Maple 
McCarty William, house 216 Lyman 
McCarty (see also McCarthy) 

McCasty Daniel, brakeman, Conn. R. R. R. Co., boards 30 Appleton 
McCauley Charles, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 107 D wight 
McCauley John, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 148 Dwight 
McCauley Peter, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 149 Dwight 
McCloskey Charles, emp Connor Bros., house 98 Maple 



HOLYOKE [IhO DIRECTORY. 149 



McCloskey Hannah Mrs., house 112 Lyman 

McCloskey Thomas, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., house 51 Bond 

McCloskey Patrick, emp Connor Bros, house 645 Summer 

McClure Fannie, widow Pennell, boards 660 Bridge 

McCollisjet Patrick, mason helper, boards 30 Lyman 

McCollister Charles H., clerk C. A. Corser, house 219 West Dwight 

McCollister George R., boards 192 Hampden 

McCollister Nelson, emp Holyoke Paper Co,, house 192 Hampden 

McCollister Win., emp Munn & Baush, boards 192 Hampden 

McComes John, laborer, house 17 Oliver 

McCorkindale Edward, rem to Westfield, Mass 

McCorkindale William, supt. Parsons Paper Co., Mt. Tom Mill, house 

19 Brooks avenue 
McCormick Andrew D., carpenter, boards 13 John 
McCormick Bridget Mrs., house 36 Summer 
McCormick Daniel, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 60 Bridge 
McCormick David, (Jackson & McCormick), house 89 Race 
McCormick Florence, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co,, bds. 67 Bridge 
McCormick George, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 616 East 
McCormick Jeremiah, stone cutter, boards 89 Race 
McCormick John B., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards Palatine hotel 
McCormick Joseph, laborer, house rear 321 Park 
McCormick Mary, widow James, house rear 63 Fountain 
McCormick Michael, saloon, 104 Hampden, house 40 East 
McCoy Anna, emp Hadley Co., boards 43 Front 

McCoy John, contractor, grading, excavating etc., house 33 Fountain 
McCrohan Patrick, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 518 South Canal 
McCrohan Philip, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 37 Hamilton 
McCrohan Thomas, overseer Riverside Paper Co., house 518 S. Canal 
McCrosson Bridget, widow John, house rear 33 Chestnut 
McCrudden James, boards 20 Cabot 

McCullough Jane, emp Lyman Mills, boards 47 Fountain 
McCullough Michael, emp Hadley Co., house 47 Fountain 
McCullough Sarah, house 47 Fountain 
McCusker James, house 45 Hamilton 
McCune Kate Mrs., house 36 Ely 

McCusky Frank, tinner, emp T. O'Connor, boards 19 Hampden 
McCusky Mary J. and Susan, Misses, emp Lyman Mills, rooms 127 

High 
McDermott Dennis, rem to New York 
McDermott Jane, Miss, house 576 Main 

McDonald Daniel, machinist, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 76 Pine 
McDonald Donald, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 143 Main 
McDonald John, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co, house 403 Main 
McDonald John, emp Coghlan's Boiler Works, boards 114 Race 
McDonald John, boards 119 Maple 

McDonald John, Mrs., emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 119 Maple 
McDonald Margaret Mrs., house 36 Sargeant 
McDonald Michael, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house South, 

near Maple 
McDonald Michael, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 654 High 
McDonald Michael J., emp Hoi. Water Power Co., house 122 Sargeant 



150 HOLYOKE [lyl] DIRECTORY. 



McDonald Patrick, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 125 Bridge 

McDonald Peter, emp John C. Smith, boards 520 Main 

McDonald Robert, emp Phelps & Tower, boards 70 Canal, (Ward 1) 

McDonald r l nomas, emp Gas Light Co., house 120 Sargeant 

McDonald Thomas, painter, boards 3 Oliver 

McDonnell Catherine, widow Patrick, house 19 Mosher 

McDonnell Dennis, junk dealer, house 16 Prospect 

McDonnell Edward, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 115 

Cabot 
McDonnell Ellen Mrs., dining room, 87 Main, house 85 do 
McDonnell James, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 5 Chestnut 
McDonnell John, emp Hadley Co., house 39 Canal 
McDonnell John, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 19 Mosher 
McDonnell John F., boards 58 Summer 
McDonnell John T. F., foreman ruling room Hoi. Paper Co., house 

618 Main 
McDonnell Joseph, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 85 Main 
McDonnell Mary Mrs., house 57 Elm 

McDonnell Michael, emp C. E. Mackintosh, bds Northampton, B. V. 
McDonnell Michael, blacksmith, boards 514 Main 
McDonnell Patrick, emp Hoi. Water Power Co., house 89 Fountain 
McDonnell Patrick, fireman Valley Paper Co., res So. Hadley Falls 
McDonnell Patrick, Mrs., house 119 Maple 
McDonnell Thomas, house 69 Mosher 
McDonnell Timothy, house 50 East 
McDonnell William M., house 85 Main 
McDonough John, foreman finishing room Riverside Paper Co., h 

509 South Canal 
McDonough Margaret Mrs., house 162 Lyman 
McDonough Mary, Mrs., house 509 South Canal 
McDowell Samuel, rem to New York 

McElroy Hugh J., ( clerk J. McElroy, 83 High, boards 116 Lyman 
McElroy James, saloon, 83 High, hous^ 116 Lyman 
McElroy John, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, boards 116 Lyman 
McEivie William, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 10 Newton 
McElwain Henry E., secretary Nonotuck Paper Co , bds 251 Maple 
McElwain John S., agent Nonotuck Paper Co. and asst treas Parsons 

Paper Co., house 251 Maple 
McElwain R. Frank, with Valley Paper Co., rooms 194 Beech 
McElwain Thomas, engineer George R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 

So. Hadley Falls 
McEndrow Maggie Miss, house 121 Maple 
McFadden Violet, widow Philip, house 54 Sargeant 
McFadden William, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 54 Sargeant 
McFarlane Matthew, emp Hadley Co., house 34 Ely 
McFarlane Robert, blacksmith, house 468 Main 
McFaul John, builder, house 297 Dwight 
McGarrity Catherine, widow Peter, house 10 Oliver 
McGarrity Peter, molder, house 10 Union 

McGARRY THOMAS, saloon 32 Hampden, rooms 255 High. 
[See page 512.] 
McGarvey William, rooms 10 Newton 



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McGavie Ellen S. Mrs., house rear 57 Maple 

McGee Mary A., widow Patrick, house 103 Walnut 

McGee James, removed to New Britain, Ct. 

McGee James, brass molder, house 2 High, cor Prospect 

McGertie Joseph F., clerk 36 Lyman, boards do 

McGinnis Johanna, widow James, boards 33 East 

McGinnis Patrick, emp Phelps & Tower, house 33 East 

McGinty Edward, house 99 Main 

McGinty Mary Mrs., boards rear 32 Prospect 

McGinty William, emp Newton Paper Co., house 24 Cabot 

McGlinchy Bridget Mrs., rooms 16 Oliver 

McGlinchy James, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 16 Oliver 

McGlinchy John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 2 Oliver 

McGowan Edward B., foreman rag room Union Paper Mfg Co., house 

Willimansett 
McGowan Frank, emp Mass. Screw Co., house 275 Main 
McGrace Patrick, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., bds 93 Race 
McGrath Bridget, widow Thomas, house 73 Ely 
McGrath Catherine Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 10 Bridge 
McGrath Dennis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 586 East 
McGrath E'len, widow Charles, house 22 High 
McGrath James, emp A. C. Nevins, house 45 Elm 
McGrath John, emp J. B. Perkins, boards 56 Lyman 
McGrath John, gardener, house 173 D wight 
McGrath John H., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 86 Newton 
McGrath John J., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 22 Hampden 
McGrath Patrick, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 73 Ely 
McGrath Patrick H., clerk C. O'Leary, boards 64 Race 
McGrath Thomas, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 73 Ely 
McGrath Timothy, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 586 East 
McGrath Timothy, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 586 East 
McGregor John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 19 Bowers 
McGUANE JOHN, saloon 365 High, house 367 do. [See page 

McGuane Patrick, emp Chad wick & Chad wick, house 175 High 

McGuigen James, laborer, house Back, B. V. 

McGuiness Catherine Mrs., boarding house 143 Main 

McGuiness George, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, rooms 122 High 

McGuiness Robert, clerk John Tilley & Co., boards 143 Main 

McGuiness Thomas, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, rooms 122 High 

McGuiness Walter J., house 37 Race. 

McGuiness [See also McGinnis] 

McGuire Patrick, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 40 Lyman 

McGuirk Michael, machinist, boards 2 Oliver 

McGuren Patrick, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 45 Hamilton 

•McGurgan William, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., bds 35 Mosher 

McGurl Henry, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 702 East 

McGurn Michael, laborer, house 98 Maple 

McHugh Edward, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 586 East 

McHugh Edward T., supt foundry dept Deane Steam Pump Co., h 

Willimansett 
McHugh Sarah Mrs., house Meehanic 



152 HOLYOKE [M] BIEECTORY. 



McHugh Thomas F., removed to Philadelphia 

Mclntee Francis B., tea agent, boards 147 Lyman 

Mclntee Michael, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 147 Lyman 

Mclntee Owen, emp Hadley Co., house 45 Elm 

Mcintosh Alvah F., boards 46 Bond 

Mcintosh Alvah H., emp Riverside Paper Co., house 90 Bond 

Mcintosh Sebra B., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 76 Cabot 

Mcintosh [See also Mackintosh] 

Mclntyre Sophronia Miss, dressmaker 69 High, house do 

McKay David, removed to Huntington, Mass. 

McKay John G., emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 19 Hampden 

McKay Mary, widow James, house 125 Sargeant 

McKearns John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 

McKegney Bridget, widow Michael, house rear 325 Park 

McKegney James, t mp Holyoke Glazed Paper Works, h 45 Sargeant 

McKellar Agnes, widow Duncan, house 20 Hampshire 

McKelliget James, emp Lyman Mills, boards 23 Oliver 

McKemmie John, overseer carding room Merrick Thread Co., house 5 

Hampshire 
McKenna Dennis, emp Union Paper Co., boards 654 High 
McKenna Edmund, emp G. L. Bosworth &Co., boards 107 Maple 
McKenna James, removed to Scotland 

McKenna James, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house Highland, B. V. 
McKenna Joseph H., watchman D. Mackintosh & Son, h 165 Main 
McKenna Margaret, widow Patrick, removed to Scotland 
McKenna Mary Mrs., boards Highland, B. V. 
McKenna Michael, laborer, house 54 High 
McKenna Michael, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, rooms 243 Elm 
McKenna Thomas, shoemaker removed to Scotland 
McKennan William, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
McKenney Michael, emp C. R. R. R., house 35 Prospect 
McKenzie James, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 
McKenzie John, machinist, house 27 Lyman 
McKeon Peter, plasterer, house 5 School corner West Hampden 
McKillop James, cigar maker, emp J. J. Giusto, room 113 High 
McKillop Michael, (McKillop & Clifford), house 7 Ely avenue 

MCKILLOP & CLIFFORD, (M. McKillop and J. J. Clifford), 
saloon 40 Lyman. [See page 509.] 
McKinney Patrick, farmer, Westfield lower road 
McKinney Richard, (R. McKinney & Co.), carpenter, house 7 Main 

MCKINNEY R. & CO., (R- McKinney, Miss Lizzie Cavanagh), 
eating house, 5 Main. [See page 449.] 
McKinnon Allen, emp J. &. W. Jolly, house 87 Race 
McKinnon Mary Mrs., house 654 High 
McKissick Alexander, house 114 Summer, (Ward 1.) 
McKissick Alexander Jr., house 114 Summer, (Ward 1) 
McKown George W., emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 4 Whiting ave 
McKreney Joseph, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 179 Main 
McKuska Susan, rooms 127 High 
McLaughlin Catharine, Mrs., rooms 19 John 
McLaughlin John J., boards 107 Maple 
McLaughlin Kate, Miss, house 113 High 



HOLYOKE [1y£] DIRECTORY. 153 

McLaughlin ]\ffirtin, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 42 Sargeant 
McLaughlin Mary, widow James emp Farr Alpaca Co., h 501 Main 
McLaughlin Patrick, carpenter, house 107 Maple 
McLean Anthony, boot and shoe dealer 173 Main, house 199 do 
McLean Hugh, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 16 Adams 
McLean Thomas, clerk A. McLean 173 Main, rooms 199 do 
McLeod Nellie, emp Lyman Mills, house 9 Hampden 
McMahon Byron, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 43 Elm 
McMahon George, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., house 196 Hampden 
McMahon James, emp N. H. & N. R. R. Co., house 61 Elm 
McMahon Michael, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., bds 70 Canal, (Ward 1) 
McMahon Owen P. (McMahon & Fitzgerald), bds 5 Worcester Place 
McMahon Patrick, section master Conn. R. R. R., house 32 Mosher 
McMahon Thomas, pedler, house 5 Worcester Place 
McMahon Thomas, emp Conn. R. R. R., house 37 Sargeant 
McMahon & Fitzgerald, (Owen P. McMahon, E. A. Fitzgerald), saloon 

83 Main 
McMannaman Jane Mrs., boarding house 11 Hampden 
McManus John, molder, house 86 Race 

McMasters Robert A., emp Deane & Wheelock, boards 25 Bond 
McMillan Diana, rooms 80 Bond 
McMillan John, molder, boards 516 Main 
McMonigle John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 110 West 
McMullen Hugh, emp Albion Paper Co., house 50 Center 
McMuilen Hugh, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 44 Lyman 
McNab Neil, supt calender dept Wauregan Paper Co., h 126 Dwight 
McNab Samuel, book-keeper, Beebe & Holbrook Co., house South 

Hadley Falls 
McNalley Ann and Lizzie Misses, house 20 Oliver 
McNalley William, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 16 Maple 
McNally James, emp Winona Paper Co., house 26 Bridge 
McNally Thomas, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 27 Hamilton 
McNamara Eliza, emp Holyoke House 
McNamara Kate emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 20 Cabot 
McNamara Patrick, emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 397 Main 
McNamara Thomas, plumber, Thomas Connor, house 159 Main 
McNamee Hugh P., brick mason, Hartford, Conn. 
McNamee Patrick, house 29 Lyman 

McNeil James, foreman wood shop John C. Smith, h 33 Newton Place 
McNeil James A., insurance canvasser, emp T. O'Hare, h 303 High 
McNerney James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 21 Oliver 
McNerney Joel, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 21 Oliver 
McNerney John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., room*s 21 Oliver 
McNerney John, house 21 Oliver, 

McNerney Joseph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 21 Oliver 
McQuaid Samuel, (S. McQuaid & Co.), house 133 Chestnut 
McQuaid S. & Co., clothiers 129 and 131 High 
McQueen Hugh, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 
McQueeney Mary Mrs., house 4 High 

McQUEENEY MICHAEL J., tea merchant, 136 High, house 
155 Dwight. [See page 454.] 
McQuillan Frank, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 73 Bridge 



154 HOLYOKE IyO DIRECTORY. 

McRae David, fireman, Beebe & Holbrook, house 3 Dwight 
McTiernen James, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, house 84 Bond 
McTigue James, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 31 Bridge 
McTigue Peter, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 131 Pine 
McWhirter John, emp Hadley Co., house 40 Canal 
McWhirter John, emp Hampden Cotton Mill, house 26 Taylor 
McWhirter John Jr., emp Am. Express Co., boards 26 Taylor 
Meach Carrie Miss, dressmaker, 32 Essex, rooms do 
Meacham J. W., watchmaker and jeweler, 213 High, h 211 do. 
Meacham Levi J. Mrs., house Cherry, B. V. 

Meader Edward H., stenographer Winona Paper Co., rms 252 Maple 
Meader Samuel, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards Samosett House 

MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK, J. B. Mann cashier, 13 
Dwight. [See page 355.] 
Mee Michael, house 309 Park 

Mee Patrick, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 309 Park 
Meehan Julia M. Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 10 Bridge 
Meehan Phillip, house 161 Lyman 
Meen Bridget, widow Thomas, house 99 Walnut 

Megrath Albert A., asst book-keeper Connor Bros., boards 121 Elm 
Megrath Lizzie B Mrs., teacher Chestnut street school, bds 121 Elm 
Mehlhorn Frank, emp Germania Mill, house 669 Main 
Melancoa Gilbert, shoemaker, boards 101 Park 
Melancon Joseph, carpenter, house 68 Cabot 
Melancon Roche, laborer, house 101 Park 
Melavin Thomas, house 147 High 

Mellon Ann, Miss, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 107 Maple 
Mellor Samuel, emp Lyman Mills No. 3, house 4 Oliver 
Meltzheimer Frederick, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 617 Bridge 
Melvin Joshua, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 113 Hampden 
Melvin Margaret, Miss, dressmaker, boards 151 High 
Melvin M^ry E., Miss, house 151 High 
Melvin Thomas, laborer, house 151 High 
Menard Adolph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 40 Front 
Menard Ambrose, Mrs., house 121 Maple 
Menard Ambrose, house 381 Main 
M~'i_ d Edward, emp Hadley Co., boards 89 Lyman 
Meiard Edward, peddler, boards 28 Oliver 
Menard Eize, expressman, house 128 High 
Menard Frank, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 538 East 
Menard Frederic, clerk Sainte Marie & Beauchemin, h 545 Bridge 
Mena d Jp-ji Baptiste, emp Gridley & Moriarty, house 85 Lyman 
Menard Joseph J., boards 881 Main 
Menard Sophronia, widow Marcell, house 89 Lyman 
Menard Vencesla, bartender, 133 Lyman, house 14 Canal 
Menard Zephrin, grocer, house 57 Union, house do 
Menard (see also Maynard) 

Meno Joseph, Mrs., dressmaker, rem to Schenectady, N. Y. 
Merchant Clinton, mason, boards 145 Pine 
Merch nt Fred, emp Transcript, boards 43 Front 
Mercier Isaiah L., rem to West Springfield 
Mercier Jean B., rem to Canada 



HOLYOKE [JM] DIRECTORY. 155 

Mercier Joseph, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 68 Cabot 

Mercier Joseph, carpenter, house 31 Cabot 

Mercier* Joseph, Jr., harness maker, boards 31 Cabot 

Mercier Serophine, widow Joseph, house 68 Cabot 

Mercure Fred, boards 116 Lyman 

Mercure Francis J., milk peddler, boards 9 Oliver 

Mercure Francis J., carpenter, house 116 Lyman 

Mercure Raphail, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 125 Sargeant 

Merigan Bridget, Miss, emp Windsor hotel 

Merigan Mary, Miss, emp Windsor hotel 

Merkel Ernest, emp Germania Mill, house 355 Park 

Merrick A. Judson, (Merrick Lumber Co.), boards 225 Walnut 

Merrick Anna, Miss, boards South, B. V. 

Merrick Charles, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 

Merrick John, (Merrick Lumber Co.), house South, B. V. 

Merrick Joseph S., (Merrick Lumber Co.), house 225 Walnut 

MERRICK LUMBER CO., lumber, doors, sash and blinds, 
builders and planing mill, Appleton, near Conn. R. R. R. ' de- 
pot. [See page 411.] 
Merrick Origen H., asst. supt. Merrick Thread Co., house 143 Chestnut 

MERRICK THREAD CO., Timothy Merrick, treas, manufactur- 
ers spool cottons, office and No. 1 mill 539 Main, No. 2 Mill 

Bigelow, opp Appleton, No. 3 Mill, head of first level canal. 

[See page 389.J 
Merrick Timothy, treas. Merrick Thread Co., (pres. Merrick Lumber 

Co.), house Northampton, B. Y. 
Meservey John H., watchman Davis Brick Co., house 69 Walnut 
Messier Hubert, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 113 Lyman 
Metcalf Edwin D., (Holyoke Furniture Co.), house Springfield 
Metcalf Joseph, treas. Fan* Alpaca Co., h 75 Appleton, cor Walnut 
Metcalf William, foreman Clark W. Bryan & Co., house Springfield 

METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO., Industrial 
Branch, Thomas O'Hare supt., 55 Dwight. [See page 425.] 
Mettey Frank, house 304 High 
Mettey John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house Main 
Mettey William, barber, 273 High, boards 304 do 
Meunier Evariste, laborer, house 40 Fountain 
Meunier Gustave, Mrs., house 23 Fountain 
Meunier Louis, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 89 Lyman 
Meunier Louis, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 61 Race 
Meunier Louis G., carpenter, house 69 High 
Meunier Philip L., emp Merrick Lumber Co., boards 69 High 
Meunier Presille, widow Frank, house 603 Bridge 
Meunier Raphael, house 173 Park 

Meunier Stanislas, emp Newton Paper Co., house 89 Lyman 
Meunier, (see also Miller) 

Mick Henry, emp T. Spamer, boards 315 Park 
Mielke August, emp Germania Mills, house 369 Park 
Miles John, watchman Springfield Blanket Co., house 243 Park 
Miles M. A., widow George Y., boards 11 Taylor 

MILES WILLIAM B., photographer, 151 High, house 11 Taylor 
[See page 444.] 



156 HOLYOKE [IvI] DIRECTOKY. 



Miller Andrew, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 636 Miin 
Miller Andrew H., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 28 Ely- 
Miller Charles, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 44 Ely- 
Miller Ferdinand, emp Germania Mills, rooms 201 Park 
Miller Frank, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 95 Jackson 
Miller Frederick, emp Germania Mills, boards 383 Park 
Miller George S., clerk Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., res Springfield 
Miller Gustave, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 97 Jackson. 
Miller John, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, house 413 High 
Miller John A., emp J. Tilley & Co., house 145 Main 
Miliar John N., house 131 Park 
Miller Kate, widow James, house 574 East 
Miller Louis, teamster E. Chase & Son, house 36 Hamilton 
Miller Mary, widow Charles, house 44 Ely 

Miller Napoleon, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 603 Bridge 
Miller Norman R., physician, (2 and 3) 235 High, house do 
Miller Ralph, house 173 Park 
Miller Samuel, emp Lyman Mills, house 4 Oliver 
Miller Sumner T., livery stable, 3 and 5 Ely, house 7 Main 
Miller Thomas E., house rear 179 Main 

Miller William, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 84 West 
Miller William A., real estate, 155 High, rooms 124 Chestnut 
Miller, (see also Meunier) 

Millot Celine, emp Chad wick & Chad wick, rooms 5 Prospect 
Mills Andrew, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 128 Cabot 
Mills Mary, widow John, house 98 High 
Mills William, emp Holyoke Warp Co., boards 128 Cabot 
Milne Charles W., machinist, house 25 Newton Place 
Milne Mary, widow Thomas, house 25 Newton Place 
Milnes Frederick, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 683 Main 
Milnes John W., emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 93 Race 
Minnehan Dennis, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 89 Fountain 
Minnehan John, laborer, boards 61 Elm 
Miner Frank, plasterer, boards 96 Lyman 
Miner Frederick E., overseer spinning room Merrick Thread Co., h 

100 Race 
Miner Henry, carpenter, house 86 Race 
Miner John B., house 321 Main 

Miner John B., emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., house 125 Sargeant 
Miner William, plasterer, boards 86 Race 
Minton Dennis, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 89 Ely 
Minville Louis, laborer, house 70 Cabot 
Mireault Edward, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 572 East 
Mireault Joseph, laborer, boards 572 East 

Mitchell Alice W. Miss, teacher Park street school, boards 214 Maple 
Mitchell Arthur, merchant tailor 217 High, house 214 Maple 
Mitchell Charles H., conductor H. & W. R. R., house 20 Mosher 
Mitchell Ellen, widow Thomas, boards 12 Hampshire 
Mitchell John, emp S. J. Hobbs, boards Samosett House 
Mitchell Kate, house 631 Bridge 
Mitchell Michael, laborer, house 226 Lyman 
Mitchell Patrick, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 588 Ea*t 



HOLYOKE [IdI] DIRECTORY. 157 



Mitchell Reuben, house 20 Mosher 

Mitchell Robert, Jr., emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 10 Miller ave 

Mitchell Ruth, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Mitchell Sylvester, laborer, house 631 Bridge 

Mitchell Thomas, emp S. T. Lyman & Son, boards 12 Hampshire 

Mitiguy Joseph, clerk, house 16 Fountain 

MITIVIER MOSES M., physician, office and house 92 High. [See 
page 439.] 
Moakley Martin, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 13 Summer 
Modes Herman, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, boards 346 High 
Modes Herman, Jr., emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, boards 346 High 
Moeckel Alphonso, wood carver, house 50 East 
Moffatt James, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 344 Maple 
Mogan Mary, Margaret and Bridget, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 

rear 32 Race 
Mohan Henry, emp C. R. R. R. freight house, boards 156 Dwight 
Moineau Elie, barber, boards 304 High 

Mole Thomas A., pres National Blank Book Co., res Adams, Mass. 
Molfino Joseph, emp National Blank Book Co., also confectioner 365 

Main, house do 
Molfino Mark, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 365 Main 
Monaghan Anthony, laborer, house rear 32 Prospect 
Monaghan Anthony, house 86 Maple 
Monaghan Jenette, widow John, house 133 High 
Monaghan Patrick, house 86 Maple 

Monaghan Thomas, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., house So. Had. Falls 
Monaghan [See also Moynihan] 
Monahan Agnes Miss, rooms 35 Hampden 
Monahan Ann, emp Lyman Mills, house 133 High 
Monahan Bridget Mrs., house 45 Chestnut 
Monahan Michael, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 45 Elm 
Monahan Thomas, laborer, house 55 Maple 
Monahan [f^ee also Moynihan 

MONAT CHARLES N., grocery and meat 120 High, h 52 do. 
[See page 46V.] 
Monat George, book-keeper, house 52 Ely 

MONAT HENRY, meat market 72 Lyman, rooms 96 do. [See 
page 475.] 
MONAT PIERRE, saloon 343 Main, house 341 do. [See page 
512.] 
Monat Pierre, Jr., emp H. Seymour Cutlery Co., house 341 Main 
Mondor Hector, clerk E. H. Allyn & Co., rooms 1 John 
Mongeau John, teamster, C. M. Sheldon, house 55 Park 
Montague Herbsrt L., clerk John Tilley & Co., rooms 155 Elm 
Montague Isaac W. (Montague &' Adams), house 157 Walnut 
Montague Samuel E. (John Tilley & Co.), rooms 155 Elm 
Montague & Adams (Isaac W. Montague, Charles R. Adams,) cloth- 
iers, gents' furnishings and hatters, etc., 185 High 
Montgomery George, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., rooms 13 Main 
Montgomery John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 36 Essex 
Montgomery John H., foreman Deane Steam Pump Co., h 202 Beech 
Montgomery Maggie, emp Lyman Mills, boards 7 Hampden 



158 HOLYOKE [lv£] DIRECTORY. 



Montgomery Mary Mrs., dressmaker, house 78 West 

Monty Eli J., bartender, house 20 Oliver 

Monty Honore, baggage master C. R. R. R., house 101 Lyman 

Monty John, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 20 Oliver 

Monty John B. L., photographer cor Front and Hampden, h 1 High 

Monty Louis C, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 341 Main 

Monty Louis J., boards 59 Union 

Monty Louisa D. Miss, dressmaker, boards 59 Union 

Monty Matilda, widow Leon, house 59 Union 

Monty Prudent, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 58 Bridge 

Moody Carlos H., machinist Merrick Thread Co., house Willimansett 

Moody Charles S., foreman Casper Ranger, house Willimansett 

Moody Isabella S. Miss, boards 12 Hampden 

Moody Samuel, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 3 John 

Mooney Bridget, widow Michael, house 82 Maple 

Moore Agnes Miss, house 6 Dwight 

Moore Albert, emp Fenton & Dunn, house 2 1 Pleasant 

Moore Bridget, widow Thomas, house rear 63 Maple 

Moore Curtis, house 14 Mosher 

Moore Ellen Mrs., house 34 Elm 

Moore Garrett, plasterer, boards 30 Lyman 

Moore James S., rooms 84 Bond 

Moore James W., second hand spinning room Hadley Co., h Canal 

Moore John, emp Conn. R. R. R., house rear 32 Elm 

Moore John, emp Vallev Paper Co., house 9 Summer (Ward 1) 

Moore John C. J., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, boards 70 Canal 

(Ward 1) 
Moore Joseph, laborer, boards 30 Lyman 

MOORE JOSEPH W., foreman finishing dept Whiting Paper 
Co. No. 2, propr cigar store 160 High, house 140 Beech. [See 
page 507.] 
Moore Lyman B., market and house Mechanic, B. V. 
Moore Mary, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 43 Front 
Moore Mary Mrs., house 96 Fountain 
Moore Michael, saloon, 192 Lyman, house 190 do 
Moore Michael, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 641 High 
Moore Patrick, emp Valley Paper Co., house 30 Lyman 
Moore Patrick, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards rear 63 Maple 
Moore Patrick, laborer, ho ise 79 Walnut 

Moore Patrick J., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, boards 9 Summer 
Moore Philander, groceries 223 High, house 150 Walnut 
Moore Richard, laborer, house rear 32 Chestnut 
Moore Robert D., emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 9 Summer 
Moore Sarah D. Miss, emp Charles H. Prentiss, boards 124 Chestnut 
Moore Thomas, laborer, boards rear 63 Maple • 
Moore Walter, lumber salesman, house 5 Pearl 
Moore Wa ter, emp C. R. R. R. freight depot, boards 14 Mosher 
Moore William A., clerk J. W. Moore, 160 High, boards 9 Summer 
Moores James M., emp Hadley Co., house 38 Canal 
Moores Joseph, emp Parsons Paper Co., residence South Hadley Falls 
Moquin Michael, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 12 Prospect 
Moquin Theophile, laborer, house 36 Mosher 






HOLYOKE [lyl] DIRECTORY. 159 



MOftUIN VAL. groceries and meats, 31 Union and 26 Fountain, 
house 180 Fine. [See page 464.] 
Moran Bridget, Miss, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, boards 50 Center 
Moran Catherine, widow Patrick, house 115 Race 
Moran Daniel, fireman, boards 13 John 
Moran Frank, emp Albion Paper Co., boarcs 24 East 
Moran George F., emp Albion Paper Co., house 24 East 
Moran James, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 24 East 
Moran John, emp National Blank Book Co., house 103 Newton 
Moran John, removed to South Hadley Falls 

Moran Katie Miss, emp Boebe & Holbrook Paper Co., bds 86 Maple 
Moran Martin, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 90 Fountain 
Moran Martin, emp Lyman Mills, boards 22 High 
Moran Michael, confectionery, 58 Chestnut, house do 
Moran Michael, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., house 119 Cabot 
Moran Patrick, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 90 Fountain 
Morana Charles, laborer, house 470 Main 

More Joseph, emp National Blank Book Co., house 350 Maple 
Moreau Francis, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 547 East 
Moreau John B., emp Hadley Co., boards 63 Cabot 
Moreau Louis, boards 63 Cabot 
Moreau Mary Mrs., house 303 High 
Moreau Odilon, (Moreau & Walker), house 69 High 
Moreau Philomena Mrs., house 63 Cabot 
Moreau & Walker, (Odilon Moreau, John Walker), meat market, 52 

Union 
Morelle Pierre, emp C. M. Sheldon, house 40 Main 
Morency Josephine Miss, clerk 347 Main, boards 27 Cabot 
Morency Theophile, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 19 Hamilton 
Morey Annie Mrs., house 12 Adams 

Morgan Abbie M., principal Lyman Street school, house 12 West 
Morgan Charles H., book-keeper Whiting Paper Co., boards 12 West 
Morgan Ellen S., principal Sargeant Street school, boards 12 West 
Morgan Richard E., druggist, 399 Main cor Hamilton, h 115 Newton 
Morgan Sophia F., widow Theodore S., house 12 West 
Moriarty Catharine Mrs., house 33 Prospect 
Moriarty Cornelius, laborer, house rear 135 Maple 
Moriarty Daniel, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, boards 63 Walnut 
Moriarty Ellen Mrs., house 54 Elm 
Moriarty Eliza, widow Jeremiah, house 243 Lyman 

MORIARTY EUGENE, saloon 61 Fountain, house 63 do. [See 
page 513.] 
Moriarty Eugene, house 67 Pine 
Moriarty Eugene, Jr., ball player, boards 67 Pine 
Moriarty Florence, emp J. Delaney, house rear 126 Maple 
Moriarty Honora, widow Cornelius, house 73 Pine 
Moriarty James, house 208 Lyman 
Moriarty James, house 16 Maple 
Moriarty Johanna, widow Dennis, house 130 Pine 
Moriarty Johanna Mrs., house 11 Chestnut 
Moriarty John, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 135 Lyman 
Moriarty John, emp city, house 54 Elm 



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MORIARTY JOHN J., plasterer 200 Hampden, house do. [See 
page 503.] 
Moriarty John J., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards Germania Hotel 
Moriarty John J., emp Graves & Kinney, boards Allyn, B. V. 
Moriarty Julia and Kate, Misses, house 29 East 
Moriarty Margaret, widow John, saloon and house 63 Bridge 
Moriarty Margaret widow Michael, house Allyn, B. V. 
Moriarty Margaret, widow John, house 61 Walnut 
Moriarty Martin, laborer, house 21 Chestnut 
Moriarty Mary, Miss, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 30 Lyman 
Moriarty Mary M., widow Thomas, house 16 High 
Moriarty Maurice J., asst book-keeper Albion Paper Co., house Lamb, 

South Hadley Falls 
Moriarty Michael, stone cutter, emp Jackson & McCormick, boards 

11 Chestnut 
Moriarty Michael, emp Crocker Mfg Co , boards 61 Walnut 
Moriarty Michael, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 73 Pine 
Moriarty Michael, lab-rer, boards 73 Pine 
Moriarty Michael, boards 67 Pine 

Moriarty Michael, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 24 Prospect 
Moriarty Michael, removed to Lawrence 
Moriarty Michael, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 20 Elm 
Moriarty Michael, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., h 95 Jackson 
Moriarty Michael J., saloon 30 Oliver, house 16 High 
Moriarty Michael J., emp Lyman Mills, boards 61 Walnut 
Moriarty Michael J., clerk G. H. Allyn, house 20 Taylor 
Moriarty Morris, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 44 Walnut 
Moriarty Patrick, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 67 Pine 
Moriarty Patrick, laborer, house 38 Elm 

Moriarty Patrick D., watchman Lyman Mills, house 132 Lyman 
Moriarty Patrick J., (Gridley & Moriarty), house 76 Newton 
Moriarty Peter, emf> A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Moriarty Thomas, emp Gridley & Moriarty, rooms 68 High 
Moriarty Thomas, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., boards 56 

Bridge 
Moriarty Thomas J., (Cleary & Moriarty), rooms 128 High 
Moriarty Thomas J., laborer, house rear 99 Walnut 
Moriarty Timothy, emp R. T. Prentiss, boards 13 John 
Moriarty Timothy, laborer, house 61 Walnut 
Morier Louis, emp Parsons Paper Co., h use 103 Lyman 
Morin Alexis, barber, 48 Cabot, house 552 Canal 
Morin Amide, emp Lyman Mills, boards 5 Olivtr 
Morin Charles, butcher, house 323 Main 
Morin Edward, house 595 Summer 
Morin Ezriel, helper T. Connor, boards 69 High 
Morin James, barber 48 Cabot, boards 552 Canal 
Morin John B., emp Lyman Mills, house 4 Oliver 
Morin Louis M., clerk, house 225 High 
Morin Mizael M., saloon, 133 Lyman, house 135 do 
Morin Raymond, rooms rear 53 Union 
Morin Pierre, emp Hadley Co., house 73 Lyman 
Morois Eusebe, emp J. Potvin, house 13 West 



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Moroney John J., crockery peddler and expressman, house 27 Bridge 

Moroney, (see Maroney) 

Morrill E. E., widow James E., house 281 Maple 

Morrill Harvey F., emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 203 Dwight 

Morrill James K., (B. F. Arthur & Co.), house 281 Maple 

Morris Albert, emp Hadiey Co., house 6 West 

Morris Alfred, boards 21 Mosher 

Morris David, emp Lyman Mills, boards 21 Mosher 

Morris Frank, canvasser, house 62 High 

Morris Franklin G., stenographer, Deane Steam Pump Co., res East- 

hampton 
Morris James S., emp Hadiey Co., house 21 Mosher 
Morris John, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Morisette Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 68 Cabot 
Morrissey Jennie and Sarah, Misses, emp Miss J. M. Riley, rooms 35 

Hampden 
Morrison Archie, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house Chapin, B. V. 
Morrison Frederick, overseer shipping dept Merrick Thread Co., h 

11 Newton 
Morrison John, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 17 Bowers 
Morrison John L., emp J. & W. Jolly, house 5 Worcester place 
Morrison Michael, house 34 Front 
Morrison Thomas, boards 96 Race 
Morrison William, overseer twisting room, Merrick Thread Co., house 

96 Race 
Morrison Wm. H., saloon, rear 35 Bridge, house do 
Morrow Richard, insurance canvasser, emp T. O'Hare, house 112 

Summer 
Morse Charles, emp Butterick & Flanders, house 249 Park 
Morse Charles J., Mrs., house rear 53 Race 
Morse Frank H., foreman printing dept. Holyoke Envelope Co., res 

Springfield 

MORSE SAMUEL S., groceries, provisions, crockery etc., 274 
High, house 27 West, [See page 457.] 

Mortimore Wm. J., foreman repairs Chemical Paper Co., house 33 
Sargeant 

Morton Alfred H., emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 39 Newton 

Morton C. Herbert, scrap iron and metals, 15 Crescent res Springfield 

Morton John, foreman picker room Connor Bros., house 20 Worcester 
place 

Morton John J., supt. Connor Bros., house 6 Essex 

Moscardini Peter, confectioner 366 High, house do 

Mosher Rufus, (Bowers & Mosher), also (Mosher & Bowers), house 5 
Bowers 

Mosher & Bowers, real estate dealers, office Bowers & Mosher build- 
ing 

Moss Frank, farm laborer, boards Back street, B. V. 

Moss James, milk peddler, boards Back street, B. V. 

Moss James, emp Hadiey Co., house Back street, B. V. 

Moss John, farmer, boards Back street, B. V. 

Mossey Peter, house 33 Chestnut 

Mothes Herman, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 95 Jackson 



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Mouillerat Eugene, erap Franklin Paper Co., house 5 Prospect 

Mountain Margaret, widow John house 19 Hampshire 

Mountain Nellie S , emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 19 Hampshire 

Mount St. Vincent Hospital and Diocesian Orphanage, Ingleside 

Moyette Joseph, emp R. T. Prentiss, house 15 Fountain 

Moyette Joseph, house 153 Main 

Moyette Joseph E., hostler H. H. Carter, rooms 25 Fountain 

Moyette Salem, house 25 Fountain 

Moynahan Catherine, widow Thomas, house 291 High 

Moynahan Cornelius, house 79 Lyman 

Moynahan Daniel, hackman, house 317 High 

Moynahan John, hostler Benjamin F. Hosford, boards 291 High 

Moynahan Thomas J., hackman, emp D. Moynahan, bds 291 High 

Moynihan Arthur, boards 30 Lyman, (Ward 1) 

Moynihan Bros., (Thomas and Patrick Moynihan) truckmen Conn. R. 

R. R. freight depot and 45 Mosher 
Moynihan Daniel, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 56 Lyman 
Moynihan Dennis, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 27 Lyman 
Moynihan Frank D., blacksmith, emp Keough Bros , b 38 Hampden 
Moynihan Jeremiah F., machinist Lyman Mills, house 26 Hampden 
Moynihan John, emp Farr Alpaca Co. boards 27 Lyman 
Moynihan John D., emp Conn. R. R. H. freight depot, h 56 Lyman 
Moynihan Maggie L., emp Transcript, boards 156 Dwight 
Moynihan Margaret, widow Daniel, house 156 Dwight 
Moynihan Mary H., widow Dennis, house 43 Mosher 
Moynihan Maurice J., emp Lyman Mills, house 4 Hampden 
Moynihan Morris, emp Gas Light Co., boards 49 Fountain 
Moynihan Nellie, Miss, domestic, Holyoke House 
Moynihan Patrick, (Moynihan Bros.), boards 45 Mosher 
Moynihan Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, boards 17 Hampden 
Moynihan Rose Miss, emp Holyoke House 
Moynihan Thomas, (Moynihan Bros.), boards 45 Mosher 
Moynihan William, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 156 Dwight 
Moynihan (see also Monahan) 
Muir Robert, emp J. C. Smith, house 176 Cabot 
Muir Thomas, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards 37 Sargeant 
Muirhead Francis, engineer Chemical Paper Co., house 26 Jackson 
Muirhead John, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 27 Hamilton 
Muirhead John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 36 Hamilton 
Mulcahy John M., saloon, 176 High, house 178 do 
Mulcahy Richard J., brick mason, house 283 Main 
Mullarkey Charles, emp John Delaney, house 514 East 
Mullen Anna, widow Patrick, house 23 Prospect 
Mullen Hugh, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 48 Lyman 
Mullen John F., emp Wauregan Paper Co., rooms 40 Ely 
Mullen John W., supt. Crocker Mfg. Co., house 4 West 
Mullen Michael, emp City, house 105 Hampden 
Mullen Robert, foreman B. F. Mullin, house 35 Mosher 
Mullen Thomas, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., rem to So. Had. F. 
Mullen Timothy S., emp Crocker Mfg. Co., house 151 Main 
Mullen [See Mullin] 
Mulligan Thomas, fireman Wauregan Paper Co., house 131 Walnut 



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Mullin Benjamin F., Holyoke Steam Boiler and Plate Iron Works, 

Mechanic, house 8 Mosher 
Mullin Cornelius, emp B. F. Mullin, house 542 East 
Mullin Honora Mrs., house 23 Prospect 
Mullin John F., boards 20 West 

Mullin Michael, emp Winona Paper Co., house 65 Bridge 
Mullin Patrick H., policeman, rooms 85 Main 
Mulqueeny Austin, teamster Gridley & Moriarty, house 10 High 
Mulqueeny Mary Mrs., house 10 High 

Mulqueeny Michael, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 10 High 
Mulvaney John, cigar maker, emp J. J. Giusto, rooms 113 High 
Munger Austin, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., bds 530 Main 
Munger George H., house South, B. V. 
Munger Grace Miss, boards South, B. V. 
Munger Maria Miss, house South, B. V. 
Munn Charles H., house 22 Pleasant 

Munn Edwin L., cashier Home National Bank, boards 22 Pleasant 
Munn Eugene H., boards 227 Pine 
Munn George A., clerk W. H. Munn, boards 22 Pleasant 

MUNN JOHN B., insurance and real estate agent, office at Me- 
chanics Savings Bank 13 Dwight. h 39 Pleasant. [See p. 422.] 
Munn John C, boards 22 Pleasant 

Munn John L., emp Holyoke Furniture Co., house 55 Park 
Munn John M. (Munn & Baush), house 22V Pine 
Munn Narcisse, bartender 323 Main, house 5 Park 
Munn William H., boots and shoes 25 Dwight, boards 22 Pleasant 

MUNN & BAUSH (John M. Munn, Christian H. Baush), iron, 
founders and machinists 509 East cor Crescent. [See p. 399. J 
Munroe Egbert N. Rev. removed to Connecticut 
Munroe George H., paymaster Unquomonk Silk Mills, h 79 Taylor 
Munsell Everett A., clerk, removed to Danbury, Ct. 
Munsell Frank L., removed to Chicago, 111. 

Munsell Thomas L., boots, shoes and repairing 71 Main, h 212 Dwight 
Munson Charles M., machinist Winona Paper Co., house 53 Front 
Munson Paulina S., widow Garry, boards 58 Pleasant 
Muntie Martin, carpenter, house 599 Bridge 

MURLLESS DANIEL DR., dentist, 181 High, h 101 Chestnut 
[See map.] 
Murphy Alexander, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 651 High 
Murphy Benjamin, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 11 Oliver 
Murphy Bridget Miss, house 34 Elm 
Murphy Catharine, widow Maurice, house 66 Ely 
Murphy Catharine Mrs., house 61 Sargeant 
Murphy Daniel, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 7 Oliver 
Murphy Daniel, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 216 Lyman 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, boards 193 Lyman 

Murphy Dennis, emp Albion Paper Co., house 34 Summer (Ward 1) 
Murphy Dennis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 30 Appleton 
Murphy Edward, laborer, house 188 Lyman 
Murphy Edward F., clerk C. E. Ball, boards South near Main 
Murphy Ellen, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 23 Prospect 
Murphy Ellen, widow Michad, boards 670 High 



164 HOLYOKE [lyl] DIEECTOEY. 

Murphy Eugene O., bouse 34 Center 

Murphy Henry, clerk Eisenhart & Co., house 55 Park 

Murphy Henry, boards 143 Main 

Murphy James A., book-keeper Holyoke Paper Co., house S4 Newton 

Murphy John, shoemaker, house 84 Pine 

Murphy John, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 636 Main 

Murphy John, house 43 Bridge 

Murphy John, shoemaker 175 Lyman, boards Walnut cor Hampden 

Murphy John, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 670 High 

Murphy John A., clerk Montague & Adams, house 109 Walnut 

Murphy John J., emp Connor Bros., house 253 Park 

Murphy John R. Rev., asst pastor St. Jerome's Church, boards 65 

Hampden 
Murphy Kate, widow James, house 186 Lyman 
Murphy Margaret Miss, house 141 Lyman 
Murphy Maria A. Mrs., house 84 Newton 
Murphy Martin, laborer, house 69 Mosher 
Murphy Martin T., emp C. M. Sheldon, house 164 High 
Murphy Mary Mrs, boards 161 Lyman 
Murphy Mary Miss, boards 76 Newton 
Murphy Mary, widow Daniel, house 216 Lyman 
Murphy Michael, emp Landers Bros., boards 23 Oliver 
Murphy Mortimer, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 631 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick, emp Winona Paper Co., house 98 Ely 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 56 Chestnut 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, house 91 Hampden 
Murphy Patrick, peddler, house 3 Center 
Murphy Patrick J., shoemaker, house 29 Bridge 
Murphy Patrick J. Jr., bartender, boards 3 Center 
Murphy Richard C, emp M. J. Finn, house 125 Walnut 
Murphy Richard C, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 73 Sargeant 
Murphy Samuel, hostler W. W. Jenks, boards 148 Dwight 
Murphy Thomas, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 293 Park 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, boards 91 Hampden 
Murphy Thomas F., boards 99 Maple 

Murphy Timothy, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 269 Park 
Murphy William, emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 199 Main 
Murphy William G., emp Albion Paper Co., boards 29 Bridge 
Murray Alexander, emp Sprinafield Blanket Co., house 552 So Canal 
Murray Andrew P., emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 4 Essex 
Murray Augustus, driver J. S. Comins, boards 19 Hampden 
Murray David, emp Germania Mills, house Chapin, B. V. 
Murray Dennis, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, boards 87 Race 
Murray Emily Mrs., widow, house 525 Bridge 
Murray George Mrs., house 4 Essex 

Murray Gilbert, slater, emp A. H. Ryan, boards 69 Race 
Murray Henry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 87 Raee 
Murray James, emp Newton Paper Co., house 263 Main 
Murray James E., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 25 Bond 
Murray James T. (Winn & Murray), house 40 East 
Murray John, emp Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., boards 62 Ely 
Murphy John, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards Chapins, B. V. 



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Murray John A. Mrs., boards 12 Hampden 

Murray Jerold, emp Lyman Mills, house 62 Ely 

Murray Joseph, real estate agent, house South, B. V. 

Murray Joseph A., emp Phelps & Tower, house 21 Park 

Murray Mary Ann, widow James, house 161 Dwight 

Murray Patrick J., book-keeper M. J. Finn, boards O'Connor ave 

Murray Peter J., sewing machine canvasser M. P. Conway, boards 161 

Dwight 
Murray Robert, emp Winona Paper Co., house 13 Newton place 
Murray Thomas R., emp Hampden Glazed Paper Co., boards 4 Essex 
Murray William, emp D. F. Coghlan, boards Chapin, B. V. 
Murry Alexandrina, widow John, house 12 Hampden 
Murry William M., clerk Crafts & Fraser, house 12 Hampden 
Musante Andrew, peanut vender 8 Canal, rooms 69 Main 
Musante Antonio, removed to Northampton 

Musante Lizzie Mrs., fruit and confectionery 187 Main, house 163 do 
Musante Louis, removed to Westfield 

Myer Thomas, hostler S. J. Hobbs, boards Samosett House 
Myers John, emp D. Mackintosh, boards Northampton, B. V. 
Myers Joseph, house 68 High 

Nadeau Augustus, emp Connor Bros., boards 121 Park 

Nadeau Joseph, watchman Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds 28 West 

Nagle Ellen Mrs., rooms 1 Hampden 

Nagle Garrett, laborer, boards 200 Hampden 

Nagle Jane, widow John, house 98 Maple 

Nagle Patrick, emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., house 12 Oliver 

Nahmer Adolph, teacher languages, rooms 321 Park 

Nary Miland, emp H. H. Carter, rooms 13 Main 

Nash Alfred S., clerk H. E. Nash & Co., house Willimansett 

Nash Harlan E. (H. E. Nash & Co.), house 194 Chestnut 

Nash H. E. & Co. (Harlan E. Nash, Nelson C. Cook), produce and 

commission merchants 129 and 131 Main 
^"ASH, HOLMES & CO. wholesale butchers, between Winona 
j\ and Hampden Glazed Paper Mill and third level canal. [See 

page 468.] 
Nash Horace, emp Dean & Wheelock, boards 143 Main 
Nash Kate Mrs., boards 13 Center 

Nash William (Nash, Holmes & Co.), house 263 Maple 
\TATI0NAL BLANK BOOK CO., Thomas A. Mole president, 
JjI Water Power Co.'s Cabot st. Mill, bet first and second level 

canal. [See page 378.] 
National Paper Co., Geo. Nightingale propr, dealers in paper and pa- 
per stock, 24 Main 
Naughton El* en, widow Patrick, house 131 Maple 
Naughton James A., painter, boards 131 Maple 
.Nay lor John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 81 Bond 
Naylor Joseph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 15 Worcester place 
Naylor William, carpenter, boards 15 Worcester place 
Neal Eugene L., removed to Providence, R. I. 
Necker Gottlieb, emp Germania Mills, house 357 Park 
Needham Charles, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 636 Main 



166 HOLYOKE [IT] DIRECTORY. 



Neidel G., overseer tape room Springfield Blanket Co., res Springfield 

\TEIDENTHAL JOHN, billiard saloon and sample room 516 

1M High cor Cabot, house 514 do. [See page 507.] 

Neidenthal John, Jr., emp John Neidenthal, boards 514 High 

Neill Henry, emp Hadley Co., house 13 Center 

Neill John, emp Hadley Co., house 16 West 

Neill John Jr., boards 16 West 

Neill Robert G., painter, boards 16 West 

Nelligan Anastatia, widow John, boards 110 Hampden 

Nelligan Annie M. Miss, music teacher, boards 43 Newton 

Nelligan Dennis, brick mason, house 214 Lyman 

Nelligan Helen Mrs., house 43 Newton 

Nelligan Honora, widow Maurice, house 653 High 

Nelligan Mary Miss, boards 219 Lyman 

Nelson Charles, emp Lyman Mills, boards 7 Hampden 

Nelson Mary E. Mrs., house 133 Walnut 

Neron Daniel, carriage wood worker, emp Keough Bros., h 128 High 

Nese Gustave, emp Germania Mills, boards 381 Park 

Nestle Edward, emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 193 Walnut 

Nestor Michael, emp Union Paper Co., boards 37 Hamilton 

Netherwood Edwin, carpenter and builder Northampton, B. V., h do 

Neumann William, emp Connor Bros., house 369 Park 

Nevens Fred E., clerk, removed to California 

Neville Charles, toys 389 Main, house 106 Race 

Neville Edward J., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 106 Race 

Nevins Augustus C., contractor Conn. River Lumber Co., house 153 

Hampden 
Nevins Daniel E., second cook Windsor Hotel 

Newcomb Charles L., supt Deane Steam Pump Co., house 266 Pine 
Newcomb George, tinner T. Connor, house 175 Lyman 
Newcomb M. J., widow C. L., removed to Springfield 
Newcomb William H., sign painter, removed to Springfield 
Newell Wilbur C, overseer spinning dept Beebe, Webber & Co., h 

666 Bridge 
New England Telegraph & Telephone Co., C. B. Perkins manager, 24 

Dwight 
New Haven and Northampton R. R. depot, Dwight cor Front 
Newkirk Elizabeth Mrs., house Northampton, B. V. 
Newman Edward, house 321 Park 

Newman John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., rooms 1 Whiting Ave 
Newman Martin, janitor, boards 219 Park 
Newman Mary Mrs., hou e 133 High 

\TEWT0N ALZINE, blacksmith and carriage repairer 38 Dwight 
li cor Front, house 15 Bowers. [See page 488.] 

Newton Charles, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., residence So. Had Falls 
Newton D. H. & J. C, mill engineers, office Mass. Screw Co.'s bldg 
Newton Daniel H. (D. H. & J. C. Newton), and pres Mass. Screw Co., 

house 214 Elm 
Newton Delia Mrs., house 22 Oliver 
Newton Edward T., student, boards 159 Chestnut 
Newton Elwin L., emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house High cor Essex 
Newton Frank A., removed to Readsboro, Vt. 



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Newton Fred H., book-keeper Home National Bank, b 159 Chestnut 
Newton James H., pres and treas Wauregan Paper Co. and president 

Franklin Paper Co., house 159 Chestnut 
Newton James S., clerk Mass. Screw Co., boards 214 Elm 
Newton John C. (D. H. & J. C. Newton), treas Mass. Screw Co., h 

236 Elm 
Newton Joseph, emp E. Chase & Son, house 5 Crescent 
Newton Julia Mrs., boards 48 Bond 
Newton Moses, president Newton Paper Co., and treasurer Chemical 

Paper Co., house 150 Elm 
\TEWT0N PAPER CO., Moses Newton, pres., George A. Clark 
11 treas., third level canal near Adams. [See opposite page 360.J 

Nice Gustave, emp Germania Mills, house 714 East 
\[ICH0LS BENJAMIN F., roll coverer and belt mfr., Water 
li Power Co's. Cabot St., Mill, res. Springfield, [See page 394.J 

Nichols George F., emp H. & W. R., removed to South Hadley Falls 
Nichols Hattie A. Mrs., dressmaker, boards 32 Taylor 
Nichols Henry H., clerk S. A. Ryan, house 317 High 
Nichols Wilbur F., principal Park Street school, house 147 Walnut 
Nicholson Joseph, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 51 Sargeant 
Nickerson Sarah A., widow Joshua, house 208 Walnut 
Nickerson Sylvester L., emp C. R. R. R. freight depot, h 108 West 
Nickerson Warren, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., rooms 231 High 
Nickerson Will P., clerk C. T. Fay, boards 208 Walnut 
Nicol Elizabeth, widow Robert, house 20 Worcester place 
Nicol James, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 20 Worcester place 
Nielsen Bergite, widow John, boards 60 Ely 
Nielsen Charles, emp Winona Paper Co., house 60 Ely 
Niemeyer John V., emp Seymour Cutlery Co., house 29 Bond 
Nightingale George, proprietor National Paper Co., house Lincoln 

corner Northampton, I. P. 
Niron Daniel, carpenter, house 128 High 
Nixon Martin N., traveling salesman, house 214 Dwight 
Noble Edward, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 131 Walnut 
Noel Alexandre, house 123 Park 
Nolan Ellen F., dressmaker, rooms 6 Dwight 
Nolan James, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 73 Bridge 
Nolan James M., emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 120 Hampden 
Nolan John, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 73 Bridge 
Nolan Marcus, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 167 Lyman 
Nolan Patrick, carpenter, house 86 Maple 
Nolan Thomas, emp Albion Paper Co., house 73 Bridge 
Nolan Thomas, insurance agent, emp T. O'Hare, boards 64 Race 
Nolde August, removed to Pittsfield 
Nolde George, removed to Pittsfield 
Nolde William, removed to Bridgeton 

\T0N0TUCK PAPER CO., J. S. McElwain agent second level 
11 canal below county bridge. [See page 361.] 

Noonan John J., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 16 Adams 
Noonan Michael, laborer, house rear 43 Bridge 
Noonan Michael B. Mrs., house 17 John 
Noonan Patrick F., steam fitter T. F. Kilbride, rooms 16 Adams 



168 HOLYOKE [O] BIEECTOEY. 



Noonan William, house 16 Adams 

Noonan William J., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 16 Adams 

Norman Henry, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, house 683 Main 

Normandin Mary L , widow Athauasse, boards 101 Park 

Norris Honora, widow John, house 29 Lyman 

\T0REIS HOUSE, William H. Norris proprietor, Mosher corner 

li Main. [See page 505.] 

Norris Mary, Mrs., house 34 Appleton 

\T0RRIS WILLIAM H., proprietor Norris House and restaurant, 

li Mosher corner Main, house do. [See page 505.] 

Norton Anna Miss., emp Mrs. Mary Godard, boards 520 Main 

Norton Byron D., emp Hadley Co., house 14 West 

Norton Donald, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., house 104 Summer 

Norton Ellen, widow Patrick, house 131 Maple 

Norton Fordyce R., printer, emp Wilson & Smith, house 69 Main 

Norton Isabella Mrs., boards 246 Lyman 

Norton James, laborer, house rear 323 Park 

Norton James, painter, emp L. Cavanaugh & Co., boards 131 Maple 

Norton James H., saloon 104 High, boards 370 do 

Norton Johanna Mrs., house 370 High 

Norton John, saloon 117 Main, house 119 do 

Norton John E., emp John Norton, boards 119 Main 

Norwood Florence A. Miss, telegraph operator H. & W., depot, 

boards 80 Race 
Norwood Robert, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., boards 17 Hampden 
Notre Dame Convent, 85 Chestnut 

Nourse Frank E., (Nourse & McCammon), boards Windsor Hotel 
Nourse Thomas, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, boards 232 Lyman 

NOURSE & McCAMMON (Frank E Nourse, Frank McCam- 
mon), clothiers, gents' furnishing goods, hats, caps, etc., 
Windsor Hotel block 37 D wight. [See outside back cover.] 
Noyce Charles, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 
Nugent Dennis C, foreman packing room, Nonotuck Paper Co., 

rooms 35 Hampden 
Nugent Edward F., foreman of calenders, Albion Paper Co., rooms 

35 Hampden 
Nugent John J., druggist, 138 High, house 170 Cabot 
Nugent Joseph, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 79 Sargeant 
Nugent Patrick T., clerk, removed to Boston 
Nugent Richard, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., rooms 71 Newton 
Nugent William, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 149 D wight 
Nutley John, emp Albion Paper Co., house 51 Bridge 
Nuttall Isaac (Eastman & Nuttall), residence South Hadley Falls 
Nutting Cora, Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 276 High 
Nye Andrew, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 34 Race 
Nye George J., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 34 Race 

Oakerson Leonard, rooms 12 Dwight 

Oakes Charles H., piper, emp T. F. Kegan, house 12 Hampden 
Oakes Margaret M. Mrs., boarding-house, 19 Hampden 
Oberlander August, emp Germania Mills, house 686 East 
Oberlander Eugene, emp Germania Mills, boards 686 East 



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Oberlander Oscar, emp Germania Mills, boards 686 East 

O'Brien Bridget Miss, house 60 Bridge 

O'Brien Bridget Mrs., house 163 Lyman 

O'Brien Bridget, widow Daniel, house 38 Lyman, (Wardl) 

O'Brien Catherine, widow Patrick, house 73 Bridge 

O'Brien Daniel, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 51 East 

O'Brien Daniel, laborer, boards 47 Prospect 

O'Brien Daniel, house 62 Prospect 

O'Brien Daniel J., book-keeper Dean & Wheelock, boards 51 East 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, house 81 Fountain 

O'Brien Ellen, widow William, house 32 Mosher 

O'Brien Ellen Mrs., emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 12 Oliver 

O'Brien George, clerk Farr Alpaca Co., house 122 Lyman 

lO'Brien John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 57 Pine 

'O'Brien John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 115 High 

O'Brien John, peddler, house 75 Elm 

O'Brien John, foreman Holyoke Water Power Co., house 55 Pine 

~>'Brien John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 61 East 
'Brien John T., emp Daniel Proulx, boards 90 West 
'Brien Margaret M., widow John G., house 109 Walnut 
>'Brien Martin, laborer, boards 45 Mosher 

O'Brien Michael, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 61 East 

O'Brien Michael, laborer, house rear 119 Kace 

O'Brien Michael, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 1, house 49 Hampden 

O'Brien Patrick, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 57 Pine 

O'Brien Patrick, emp Geo. L. Bosworth & Co., house 66 Bridge 

O'Brien Sarah, widow Patrick, house 90 West 

O'Brien Thomas, emp Hoi. Water Power Co., boards 211 Lyman 

O'Brien Thomas D., clerk Thomas Connor, boards 55 Pine 

O'Brien Timothy, laborer, house 47 Prospect 

O'Brien William, laborer, boards 34 East Dwight, near East 

O'Brien William J., boards 90 West 

O'Callahan Bridget, boards 636 Main 

O'Clair Olive, widow Joseph, house 482 Maple 

O'Connell Celia, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., boards 20 Cabot 

O'CONNELL DANIEL, contractor, grader, paver and teamster, 
188 Hampden, house do. [See page 500.] 
O'Connell Daniel Jr., grader boards 188 Hampden 
O'Connell Daniel J., emp Albion Paper Co., boards 42 East 
O'Connell Dennis, notions and confectionery, 54 Summer, house do 

(Ward 1) 
O'Connell Jeffrey, boards 54 Summer 

O'Connell Jeremiah J., emp Lyman Mills, house 3 Hampden 
OVonnell John, grocer, 212 Lyman, house 213 Dwight 
O'Connell John, teamster, emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., boards 75 Elm 
O'Connell John F., emp Hadley Co., boards 4 Center 
O'Connell John J., emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 520 Main 
O'Connell Joseph, baker, J. S. Carr & Co., house 69 Dwight 
O'Connell Michael, farmer, house Easthampton road 
O'Connell Micha'el, sewing machine agent, emp M.. P. Conway, rooms 

79 Main 
O'Connell Morris, house 89 Race 



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O'Connell Nicholas, emp Hadley Co., house 2 D wight 

O'Connell Patrick, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 611 Summer 

O'Connell Thomas, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 75 Elm 

O'Connell William, clerk John O'Connell, boards 188 Hampden 

O'Connell (see also Connell) 

O'Connor Charles, laborer, house rear 91 Elm 

O'Connor Donald emp city, house 57 Elm 

O'Connor Edward, (E. O'Connor & Co.), house 53 Elm, after May 1st 

O'Connor avenue 
O'Connor Ellen, Miss, dressmaker, boards 104 Maple 
O'Connor Ellen, widow Patrick, house 222 Lyman 

O'CONNOR E. & CO. (Edward O'Connor), clothing and gents' 
furnishings, 195 High. [See front cover.] 
O'Connor Honorah, Mrs., boards 224 Lyman 
O'Connor Hugh, laborer, house 96 Fountain 
O'Connor Hugh, laborer, house 83 Fountain 
O'Connor James, mason, house 53 Elm 
O'Connor James, mill operative, boards 135 Lyman 
O'Connor James H., rem to Ayer Junction 
O'Connor James J., physician and surgeon, office 114 Dwight, house 230 

Maple 
O'Connor Johanna Mrs., house 99 Maple 
O'Connor John, boards 135 Lyman 
O'Connor John, house 26 Prospect 

O'Connor John, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., boards 99 Maple 
O'Connor John, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 36 Center 
O'Connor Johanna, widow David, house 83 Fountain 
O'Connor John, emp saw mill, boards 105 Walnut 
O'Connor John, laborer, boards 104 Maple 
O'Connor John, emp Albion Paper Co., house 35 Summer 
O'Connor John, emp city, boards 18 Maple 
O'Connor John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 117 Race 
O'Connor John, emp Landers Bros., house 161 Dwight 
O'Connor John, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 470 Main 
O'Connor John C, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 77 Hamilton 
O'Connor John J., with Dr. J. J. O'Connor, residence Springfield 

O'CONNOR JOHN M., livery stable, 69 Maple, house 49 Foun- 
tain. [See page 486.] 
O'Connor Julia, widow John, house 104 Maple m 

O'Connor Margaret, widow Edmund, house 16 High 
O'Connor Margaret, widow Michael, house 104 Maple 
O'Connor Martin, laborer house 96 Walnut 
O'Connor Martin, laborer, boards 104 Maple 
O'Connor Mary Mrs., boarding house 77 Hamilton 
O'Connor Mary, widow Thomas, house 97 High 
O'Connor Mary Mrs., rem to Cleveland, Ohio 
O'Connor Matthew, laborer, house 56 Elm 

O'Connor Maurice, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., h 52 Sargeant. 
O'Connor Michael, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 18 High 
O'Connor Michael, emp Lynch Bros., house 104 Maple 
O'Connor Michael, painter, emp John Riley, boards 34 Elm 
O'Connor Michael, hostler, house 75 Walnut 



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O'Connor Michael, house 77 Hamilton 

O'Connor Michael, mason, house 82 Maple 

O'Connor Patrick, laborer, boards 175 High 

O'Connor Thomas, emp Prentiss Wire Mill, boards 18 High 

O'Connor Timothy P., clerk John O'Connell, house 32 Chestnut 

O'Connor Thomas, house 37 Elm 

O'Connor William E., house 59 Chestnut 

O'Connor (see Conn a-) 

Octo Frank (Frank Octo & Co.), boards 69 High 

OCTO FRANK & CO., (Frank Octo and Napoleon Desrosier), 
stoves, furniture, crockery, carpets etc., 67 to 71 High. [See 

page 419.] 
Odd Fellows Hall, 235 High 
Odette (see Audette) 

O'Donnell Alexander, laborer, house 3 Bond • 

O'Donnell Ann, widow John, house 73 Lyman 
O'Donnell Catherine Mrs., house 25 Chestnut 
O'Donnell James, emp City, boards 232 Lyman 
O'Donnell James, mason's helper, house 243 Lyman 
O'Donnell James, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 63 Walnut 
O'Donnell Johanna, house rear 135 Maple 
O'Donnell John, farmer, house Easthampton road 
O'Donnell John, emp Lynch Bros., boards 3 Bond 
O'Donnell John, grocer and wholesale liquor dealer, 215 and 217 

Lyman, house 219 do 
O'Donnell John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 192 Lyman 
O'Donnell John J., clerk, boards 1 Oliver 

O'Donnell Joseph A., clerk John O'Donnell, boards 219 Lyman 
O'Donnell Mary, widow John, house 236 Lyman 
O'Donnell Maurice, saloon 28 Lyman, house do 
O'Donnell Michael J., emp Hadley Co., boards 73 Lyman 
O'Donnell Morris, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 232 Lyman 
O'Donnell Patrick, laborer, house rear 114 Maple 
O'Donnell Patrick J., bartender, boards 63 Walnut 
O'Donnell Terence B., lawyer 205 High, house 137 D wight 
O'Donnell Terrence, farmer, house Easthampton road 
O'Donnell Terrence, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 43 Front 
O'Donnell Terrence C, emp 89 Main, boards 73 Lyman. 
O'Donnell Thomas, emp V. J. O'Donnell, house 105 Walnut 
O'Donnell Thomas, stone mason, house 40 East 
O'Donnell Thomas T., emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 1 Oliver 
O'Donnell Valentine J., saloon and ale agency, 111 High, house 127 

Pine 
O'Donoghue Dennis, grocer 171 Lyman, house do 
O'Donoghue Michael T., saloon 87 Walnut, house do 
Offeut James W., emp Frank Octo & Co., house 62 High 
Ogden Alexander, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 8 Hampshire 
O'Hara John, house 34 Elm 
O'Hara Mary, widow Henry J., house 323 High 
O'Hara Peter, tailor, emp P. Hopp & Co., house 160 Lyman 
O'Hara William, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 34 Elm 
O'Hare John, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 620 East 



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OH ARE THOMAS, supt Metropolitan Insurance Co. (Industrial 
Branch), office 55 Dwight, house 279 W. Hampden. [See p. 
425.] 
O'Hearn Cornelius J., removed to Chicago 
O'Hearn Edward, molder, boards 77 Hamilton 
O'Herne Patrick, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, boards 304 High 
O'Holloran Patrick, house 32 Mosher 
O'Keefe Ann, boards 59 Chestnut 

O'Keefe Cornelius, emp Watson Ely & Son., house 105 Beech 
O'Keefe Ellen, widow James, house 105 Hampden 
O'Keefe James, laborer, boards 586 East 
O'Keefe John, laborer, boards 293 Lyman 
O'Keefe Michael, brick mason, house 53 Elm 
O'Keefe William E., house 79 Sargeant 
O'Laughlin Austin, laborer, house rear 119 Maple 
O'Laughlin John, emp Hadley Co., house 39 Canal 
O'Laughlin Mary, widow Patrick, house 182 Lyman 
Oldershaw Alvah, barber and hairdresser 18 Dwight, boards 33 Canal 
Olds Charles S., farmer, boards Rock Valley 
Olds Hiram E., removed to Florida 
Olds Jonathan, farmer, house Rock Valley 
O'Leary Ann, widow Dennis, house 37 Bridge 

O'LEARY CORNELIUS, meat market 149 Main, h 49 Race. 
[See page 473.] 
O'Leary Cornelius, house 64 High 

O'Leary Dennis, Jr., plumber, emp Kelly & Wesely, boards 25 Bridge 
O'Leary Eugene, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 37 Bridge 
O'Leary James, confectionery 180 Lyman, house do 
O'Leary James F., boards 180 Lyman 

O'Leary Jeremiah, emp P. J. Gilligan, house High cor Appleton 
O'Leary John, emp Lyman Mills, house 137 Maple 
O'Leary John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 125 Maple 
Olen Harry, paper maker, boards 78 Lyman 
Olin George, emp A. C. Nevins, house 171 Dwight 
Oliver Moses F., carpenter, house 51 Newton 
Oliver William M., emp A. C. Nevin*, boards 153 Hampden 
Olivier George T., clerk Max Cobe, house 272 Maple 
Olmsted Charles E., emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 106 High 
O'Meara Eva Miss, dressmaker 147 High 
Omlor Hugo, emp Germania Mills, house 643 High 
O'Neal Thomas, joiner, house 236 Lyman 
O'Neil Daniel, house 9 John 

O'Neil Daniel, Jr., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 9 John 
O'Neil Dennis, house 36 East 
O'Neil Ellen Mrs., house 61 East 
O'Neil Ellen Mrs., house rear 222 Lyman 
O'Neil Eugene, boards 70 Canal 
O'Neil Eugene Mrs., house 127 Sargeant 
O'Neil Felix, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 609 Bridge 
O'Neil Frank, carpenter, house 121 High 
O'Neil Henry, removed to North Adams 
O'Neil James, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 70 Canal 




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O'Neir^PWmiah, saloon and house 100 Maple 

O'Neil John, removed to Montreal 

O'Neil John, house 185 Park 

O'Neil John, erap Lyman Mills, house rear 63 Maple 

O'Neil Kate Mrs., emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 158 High 

O'Neil Margaret Miss, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, boards 86 Maple 

O'Neil Mary, boards 55 Hamilton 

O'Neil Mary Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 9 John 

O'Neil Michael, boards 36 East 

O'Neil Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., house 35 Summer 

O'Neil Michael, brick mason, house 137 East 

O'Neil Nicholas, house 86 Maple 

O'Neil Nicholas, mason, emp Landers Bros., house 162 D wight 

O'Neil Patrick, emp Kennedy & Sullivan, boards 34 Center 

O'Neil Patrick, clerk L. Sears & Co., house 61 East 

O'Neil Thomas, emp Franklin Paper Co., boards 126 Race . 

O'Neil Thonns H., emp J. Delaney & Son, rooms 169 High 

O'Neil Timothy, carriage painter, boards 9 John 

O'Neil Timothy, emp city, boards 222 Lyman 

O'Neil William, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 9 John 

O'Neill Charles, rem to Haverhill, Mass 

O'Neill Edward M., emp F. F. O'Neill, boards 89 Race 

O'NEILL FRANCIS F., carpenter and builder, shop rear 89 
Race, house 340 Maple. [See page 497.] 
O'Neill James, emp Newton Paper Co., house 10 Bridge 
O'Neill Lawrence, house 89 Race 

O'Neill Lawrence A., book-keeper F. F. O'Neill, boards 89 Race 
O'Neill Timothy J., joiner, boards 89 Race 
Ordway T. W. Mrs., rooms 235 High 
O'Reilly M. A., Mrs., dressmaker, 357 Main, house do 
O'Rielly Thomas, emp Lynch Bros., house 101 Walnut 
O'Rourke Charles, emp Albion Paper Co., house 66 Ely 
O'Rourke John E., emp Albion Paper Co., boards 66 Ely 
O'Rourke John E , emp Albion Paper Co., house 29 Lyman 
O'Rourke Patrick, boards 30 Front 

Orrell George F., emp Holyoke skating rink, rooms 53 Front 
Orrell William, house 16 Pearl 
Orton Benjamin F., boards Holyoke House 
Orty Frank, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 304 High 
Osborn Archie J., clerk Gilbert Russell, house 49 Suffolk 
Osborn Edward F., clerk E. F. Osborn, Jr., boards 231 Pine 
Osborn Edward F. Jr., boots and shoes, trunks etc., 229 High, house 

231 Pine. 
Osgood George V., clerk National Paper Co., res Hadley, Mass. 
O'Shea John, sewing machine agent, 265 High, house 260 Dwight 
Ostiguy Cleophas, carpenter, house 12 Prospect 
Ostiguy Honore, carpenter, hou^e 12 Prospect 
Ostiguy Joseph, house Rock Valley (West Holyoke) 
Ostrander James H., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., rooms 112 

Dwight 
Ostrander James H., Mrs., emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 69 Main 
O'Sullivan Michael, mason, house Sargeant, between 1st and 2d level 



174 HOLYOKE QP] DIRECTOEY. 



O'Toole Daniel, emp Winona Mills, house 48 Summer, (Ward 1) 

Otto Bernard, overseer weaving dept. Connor Bros., h 635 Summer 

Otto Frank, emp Munn & Baush, house 671 Main 

Otto John, painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, house 117 Race 

Otto Robert, painter, emp F, D. Cordes, house 671 Main 

Oudette (see also Audette) 

Ouellet Phileburt, teamster, house 28 Center 

Ouellette John, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., house 9 Fountain 

Outterson Charles A., supt. Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 228 Elm 

Outterson William P., foreman rag room Beebe & Holbrook Co., h 

193 Walnut 
Owen Edward, engineer Valley Paper Co., house 71 Canal, (Ward 1) 
Owen E. Emmet, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 71 Canal, (Ward 1) 
Owen Linus, farmer, house Easthampton road 
Oxnard Frederick P., drug clerk, Lyman cor Ely court, boards 66 

Lyman 
Oxnard Harry J., drug clerk, 119 D wight, boards 66 Lyman 

Packard Edward S., paymaster Hampden Cotton Mills, house 37 

Pleasant 
Packet Christopher, house 45 Cabot 
Packet (see also Paquette) 
Padden Michael, laborer, house 120 Sargeant 
Page Albert H , with Albion Paper Co., house 201 Pine 
Page George E., boards 141 Maple 
Page Thomas C, master mechanic Merrick Thread Co., house 160 

Walnut 
Paiement Charles L., hairdresser, 151 Lyman, house 62 High 

PALATINE HOTEL, Joseph Andrews proprietor, 402 Main, cor. 
Hamilton. [See page 505.] 
Palmer Andrew, master mechanic Nonotuck Paper Co., bds lOMosher 
Palmer Daniel, emp Fenton & Dunn, house 132 Beach 
Palmer Freadie, milliner, boards 43 Front 
Palmer Julia Dean, Miss, music teacher, boards 132 Beech 
Palmer Nathan boards 43 Front 
Palmerie Francois, house 582 East 

Pampell Fred, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 24 Jackson 
Pampell Julius, rem to Springfield 
Panton'Elerick C, baggage master, N. H. & N. depot, Fuller's bid., 

High 
Papahti L., artist, rem to Springfield 

PAPER WORLD, monthly, Clark W. Bryan & Co., publishers 
and prop., office Water Power Co.'s Cabot st. Mill, (east wing) 
[See opp page 39] 
Papillion Frank, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Papillion George, house 194 Hampden 
Papillion James M., printer, boards 194 Hampden 
Papineau Frank, emp Peter Russell, house 69 High 
Paquette Albert, emp Whitmore Mfg. Co., house 41 Cabot 
Paquette Alfred, emp Geo. Richards, house 131 Park 
Paquette Alphonse, carpenter, house 23 Fountain 
Paquette Alphonse, emp Lyman Mills, house 89 Lyman 



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Paquette Cleophis, painter, house 632 East 

Paquette John B., furniture, etc., 51 Union, house 174 D wight 

Paquette John P., clerk Cobe Bros., boards 174 Dwight 

Paquette Louis, carpenter, house 131 Park 

Paquette Louis S., clerk C. N. Monat, house 62 High 

Paquette Mede, boards 632 East 

Paquette Narcisse, emp Hadley Co., house 131 Park 

Paquette Salveny, emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house 321 Main 

Paquette Samuel, carpenter, house 293 Main 

Paquette Suppliant, carpenter, house 548 East 

Paradis Odilon T., house 314 Main 

Parent Tanesse, emp T. Connor, house Lyman 

Parfitt James, (J. Parfitt & Sons), res North Main, South Hadley 

Falls 
Parfitt James, Jr., rem to South Hadley Falls 
Parfitt John R. (J. Parfitt & Sons), res North Main, South Hadley 

Falls 
Parfitt Wm. H. (J. Parfitt & Sons), res Nor. Main, So. Hadlev Falls. 

PARFITT J. & SONS, (James, John R. & William H. Parfitt,) 
furniture etc., 135 Main. [See page 451.] 
Pariseau Antoine, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 55 Park 
Parisieu Charles, bootmaker, emp P. J. Gilligan, 166 High, rooms 118 

High 
Parisieu Sopheamia Miss, emp M. A. Marks, boards 69 High 
Park Pharmacy, S. A. Gates propr, 119 D wight 
Parker Alfred F., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 155 Dwight 
Parker Arthur B., removed to Belchertown, Mass. 
Parker Charles H„ emp Germania Mills, house 351 Park 
Parker David F., expressman, boards 89 Park 

PARKER DIAMOND W., Holyoke and Springfield Express, 
house 580 East. [See page 482.] 
Parker Dolphus, farm hand, house Northampton, I. P. 
Parker Eliza Mrs., house 76 Cabot 

Parker George W., clerk Home National Bank, boards 103 Dwight 
Parker Gustavus, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 155 Dwight 
Parker Harmon, removed to Greenfield 
Parker Jane Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, rooms 1 Hampden 
Parker John, removed to Easthampton 

PARKER JOHN B., furniture, stoves, etc., 51 Union, house 174 
Dwight. [See page 451.] 
Parker John P., clerk Max Cobe, boards 174 Dwight 
Parker Joseph, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., rooms 119 Pine 
Parker Joseph, laborer, house 89 Park 
Parker Louis, emp C. R. R. R., boards 89 Park 
Parker Nelson, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards 155 Dwight 
Parker Samuel L., book-keeper Richard Shea, boards 60 Lyman 
Parker Stanley H., Transcript, rooms 247 High 
Parker Theodore, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 155 Dwight 
Parkhurst Jennie Mrs., rooms 1 Hampden 

Parkin William, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., boards 87 Race 
Parks William, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 65 Newton 
Parmelee Ernest R., clerk C. S. Childs, boards 159 Walnut 



176 HOLYOKE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Parmelee Fannie A. Miss, teacher drawing and painting, boards 159 
Walnut 

Parmelee Herbert A., emp Watson Ely & Son, boards 159 Walnut 

Parmelee O. R, Mrs., house 159 Walnut 

Parmentier Albert, carpenter, boards Germania Hotel 

Paro Carrie Mrs., house 55 Hamilton 

Paro [See PerreaultJ 

Parsche Gotthold, painter, boards 287 Main 

Parsons Frederick D. (Judd & Parsons), boards C. C. Judd, North- 
ampton, I. P. 

Parsons Hall, Race, corner D wight 

Parsons Joseph C, agt and treas Parsons Paper Co., house 22 Suffolk 

Parsons L. E., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, rooms 125 Main 

Parsons Peter L., removed to Stamford, Cc. 

PARSONS PAPER CO., J. C. Parsons agent and treas, office 
and mills head of first level canal. [See page 358.] 
Parsons Theophilus, treas Lyman Mills, office 31 Milk, Boston 
Parsons Thomas, pres Lyman Mills, office 31 Milk, Boston 
Partello Horace E., boards 193 Park 

Partridge Fred F., teller Home National Bank, res Northampton 
Pasquinnucci Joseph, emp National Blank Book Co., h. 125 Sargeant 
Patnaude Felix, emp Hadley Co., boards 36 Mosher 
Patnaude John, painter, house rear 79 Park 
Patnaude Louis, expressman, house 131 Park 
Patenaude Theophile, emp Landers Bros., house 603 Summer 
Patoel Francis, physician, office and house 114 High 
Patoel Francis, Mrs., music teacher, house 114 High. 
Pattee Richard, (R. Pattee & Co.), hous^ 6 Bowers 
Pattee R. & Co., (Richard Pattee, E. P. Draper), machinists and rnfrs 

of fire hydrants, 28 Main 
Patten Julia M. Miss, physician, 235 High, room 18 
Patterson Maggie Mrs. emp Lyman Mills, rooms 158 High 
Patton Michael, house 120 Sargeant 

Patton Peter, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house Chapin, B. V. 
Paul Albert A., (Sawtelle & Paul), house 16 Hampden 
Paul Alexander, supt Wauregan Paper Co., hou^e 14 Newton place 
Paul Francis, house 641 Summer 

Paul Oliver, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., house 21 Park 
Payette Arthur, emp C. M. Sheldon, boards 85 Lyman 
Payette Frank, house 85 Lyman 
Payette Narcisse, house rear 107 Lyman 
Payette Narcisse, emp Hadley Co., house 68 Cabot 
Payette Peter, stone cutter, emp Jackson & McCormick, h. 682 East 
Payette Peter Mrs., house 700 East 

Payne William J., watchmaker, 435 Main, boards Germania Hotel 
Pearson Charles A., carpenter and builder, house 45 Suffolk 
Pearson Lucy Mrs., house 53 Sargeant 
Pearsons Hannah, widow John, house 284 Maple 
Pearsons W. B. C., judge of police court, lawyer, 205 High, house 19 

Suffolk 
Pease George, master mechanic Crocker Mfg Co., house S. H. F 
Pease L. M., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., residence Chicopee 



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Pease Nellie Miss, domestic Holyoke House 

Peck Thomas H., emp Holyoke Paper Co., rooms 107 Dwight 

Pelott Leander, emp T. F. Kegan, house 191 Dwight 

Peltier Erick, tinner, emp T. Connor, house 57 Bond 

Peltier Eusibbe, dressmaker, 55 Hamilton, boards do 

Peltier Joseph, honse 8 Oliver 

Peltier Joseph Alexander, (Peltier & Perreault), house 545 Bridge 

Peltier Napoleon, watchman Holyoke Warp Co., house 518 Main 

Peltier Peter, laborer, boards 86 Cabot 

Peltier Simeon, emp Holmes, Perkins & Co., house 45 Cabot 

Peltier & Perreault, (J. A. Peltier, A. Perrault), meat market, 64 

Union. 
Pelton Charles L., hostler, E. L. Caswell, rooms 410 Main 
Penall Ada Mrs., dressmaker, 158 High, rooms do 
Pendergast Catherine, widow John, house 105 Walnut 
Pendergast James H., bartender, boards 105 Walnut 
Pendergast John J., clerk E. O'Connor & Co., boards 105 Walnut 
Pendergast Mary, widow James, house 83 Fountain 
Pendergast Thomas, birtender, house 105 Walnut 
Pepin Cyprien, wood dealer, house 60 Union 
Pepin David, emp Hadley Co., boards 110 High 
Pepin Joseph, removed to Providence, R. I. 

Pepin Joseph, meat market, 53 Hamilton corner Main, house 51 do 
Pepin Mary Miss, emp P. Hopp & Co., boards 110 High 
Pepin Moses, blacksmith, 3 Prospect, house do 
Pepper Samuel M., house 3 Canby 
Percival John, house 46 Summer 
Percy George, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., rooms engine house 

High 
Percy George M., (Percy & Stebbins), boards 135 Walnut 
Percy Nathan B. emp W. B. C. Pearsons, boards 19 Suffolk 
Percy Sarah A. Mrs., boarding-house 23 Hampden, house 135 Walnut 

PERCY & STEBBINS ("George M. Percy, Wm. H. H. Stebbins), 
meat market, 350 High. [See page 471.] 
Perkins Ann, widow Matthew, boards 13 Main 
Perkins Anna, house 59 Chestnut 

PERKINS BENJAMIN F., machine shop, Cabot st. Mill, (east 
wing), house 40 High. [See page 404] 
Perkins Charles B., manager N. E. Telegraph and Telephone Co., 

house 342 Maple 
Perkins Clayton H., master mechanic Farr Alpaca Co., h 153 Walnut 
Perkins Edson A., (J. H. Wylie, Jr., & Co.), boards 37 Pearl 
Perkins Edward I., foreman B. F. Perkins, boards 40 High 
Perkins Frederick L., machinist, Hampden Cotton Mills, h 18j Taylor 
Perkins George, supt. Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 111 Dwight 
Perkins George F., eleutrican, house 53 Essex 

Perkins George W., cutter, Holmes, Perkins & Co., rooms 52 Main 
Perkins Jacob N., emp R. Pattee & Co., house 34 Ely 
Perkins Justin B., (Holmes, Perkins &> Co.), boards 188 Maple 
Perkins K. F. Miss, emp Beebe & Holbrook, house 59 Chestnut 
Perkins Levi, house 188 Maple 
Perkins J. Louis, book-keeper, B. F. Perkins, boards 40 High 

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Perkins Mary, house 59 Chestnut 

Perkins Rebecca, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 59 Chestnut 

Perkins William L., emp Fan* Alpaca Co., rooms 17 Hampden 

Perkins William S., house 15 Miller 

Perreault Antoine, (Peltier & Perrault), house 1 High 

Perreault Arthur, emp F. Octo & Co., house 97 Jackson 

Perreault Celine Baptiste, house 23 Fountain 

Perrault Charles, laborer, house 55 Hamilton 

Perrault Charles Jr., emp Conn. R. R. R., house 49 Hamilton 

Perrault Eudocie Mrs., house 6 Oliver 

Perrault Eugenie, widow Amide, house 12 Potvin avenue 

Perrault Frank, boiler maker, housa corner Jackson and Park 

Perrault Jeremie, removed to Canada 

Perrault Sophia, widow Louis, boards 582 East 

Perrault Stanislas, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds 23 Fountain 

PERRAULT ULRIC, grocer 72 and 74 Cabot, house do. [See 
page 465. J 
Perrault William, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 41 Cabot 
Perrault William, boards 55 Hamilton 
Perron Louis, carpenter, house 15 Park 
Perron Xavier, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 105 Lyman 

PERRY AARON H. storage warehouses 66 to 72 Crescent, resi- 
dence 37 John, Springfield, Mass. [See page 396.] 
Perry Abbie, widow William, boards 62 Pleasant 
Perry George LI., paper maker, house 212 Maple 
Perry George L., civil engineer, removed to Boston, Mass. 
Perry George S., clerk City National Bank, boards Mechanic, B. V. 
Perry Grace A. Miss, clerk 6 Dwight, rooms 336 Maple 
Perry Henry S., truckman J. Tilley & Co , house South Hadley Falls 
Perry Joseph, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., rooms 397 Main 
Perry Louis, emp Cain & Kilburn, house 46 Cabot 
Perry Louise E. Miss, dressmaker, boards 46 Cabot 
Perry Oscar E., paymaster Holyoke Machine Co., house Mechanic B. V. 
Perry Theodore, clerk L. Sears & Co., rooms 127 Chestnut 
Perry William, engineer Franklin Paper Co., house 535 South Canal 
Perry William Jr., emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 535 South Canal 
Perry William M., emp Hadley Co., house 81 Lyman 
Persons Harvey, emp Clark W. Bryan & Co., house 50 Race 
Persons Lucius, emp C. B. Davis, rooms 137 Oak 
Peshke Frank, emp Germania Mills, boards 613 Bridge 
Peters Gustave, emp Germania Mills, house 189 Park 
Peters Richard, policemen, house 189 Park 
Peterson Charles, blacksmith, house 107 Maple 
Peterson Hannah Miss, cook Holyoke House 

Peterson John, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., h 8 Hampshire 
Peterson John, emp Winona Paper Co., house 117 High 
Peterson Peter N., house 24 Jackson 
Petit Azarie, laborer, boards 107 Lyman 
Petit Zoe, widow Charles, house 107 Lyman 

Pettigrew Charles C, emp Holyoke skating rink, boards 53 Front 
Petzold Charles, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 664 East 
Pfahler Martin C, superintendent Parsons Paper Co., house 245 Maple 



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Phaneuf Alec, carpenter, h©use 107 Lyman 

Phaneuf Alphonse, bar keeper, boards 560 East 

Phaneuf Amable, widow Louis, house 7 Prospect 

Phaneuf Joseph, removed to Bristol 

Phaneuf Philias, removed to Canada 

Phelan Patrick B. Rev., pastor Church Sacred Heart, house 435 Maple 

Phelan Thomas F., physician, removed to Orange, N. J. 

Phelps Cephas, farmer, house Easthampton road 

Phelps Gustavus A. (Phelps & Tower,) house 76 Pleasant 

Phelps Justin S , engineer H. & W. R. R., house 23 Worcester place 

Phelps & Tower, (Gustavus A. Phelps, Chas. H. Tower), plumbers, 

stoves and ranges, 5 Main and 7 Race 
Philbrick George W., rooms 190 Hampden 
Philbrick J. M. widow George A., boards 72 Pleasant 
Phillips James, superintendent Chemical Paper Co., house 567 Bridge 
Phillips James, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 21 Pleasant 
Phillips James, laborer, house 205 Lyman 
Phillips James C, stone mason, house 60 Fountain 
Phillips John, house rear 210 Lyman 

Phillips William, emp Union Paper Mfg Co., h off Beech (extension) 
Phillip Hermann, emp Germania Mills, house 375 Park 
Picard Angel, widow Joseph, house 63 Cabot 
Picard Gilbert Mrs., boards 63 Cabot 

Picard Israel, t>mp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 63 Cabot 
Picard Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 525 Bridge 
Picard Joseph, carpenter, house 576 East 
Picard Joseph H., clerk removed to Manitoba 
Picard Senecal, widow, emp. B. F. Prentiss, house 28 Bond 
Pichette Marie, Mrs., house 5 Main 
Pichette Mary, Mrs., house 5 Oliver 
Pichette Zoe, Mrs., house 47 Union 

Pickup Albert, clerk Holyoke Savings Bank, boards 256 Pine 
Pickup George, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 256 Pine 
Pickup Jeremiah, overseer weaving department Farr Alpaca Co., h 

256 Pine 
Pier Orris B., foreman wood shop Hadley Co., house 45 Canal 
Pierce Abbie E., Mrs., dressmaker, house 12 Dwight 
Pierce Edwin R, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 1, house 80 Race 
Pierce Franklin B., emp J. C. Smith, house 203 Lyman 
Pierce George W., rem to Springfield 

Pierce Granville Rev., pastor Unity Chapel, house 11 Pearl 
Pierce Henry, emp Connor Bros., boards 636 Main 
Pierce James J., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 235 Dwight 
Pierce Robert, machinist, rooms 232 Maple 
Pierson Adelaide, Mrs., boards 88 High 
Pierson Henry, emp Connor Bros , boards 509 South Canal 
Pilling Abraham, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, house Chapin, B. V. 
Pillon Louis, Mrs., house 17 Fountain 

Pilot Peter, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 615 Summer 
Pin Joseph, carpenter, house 521 Bridge 

Pinard Alfred, emp H. & W. freight depot, boards 44 Front 
Pion Adolph, (Fontaine & Pion) house 666 East 



180 HOLYOKE [P] DIEECTORY. 



Piper A. M., pattern-maker, Cabot Street Mill, (east wing), house 180 
Cabot 

PIPER JOSEPH truckman Conn. R. R. R. freight depot, house 
70 Bridge. [See page 482.] 
Pippig F. L., emp Glasgow Mill, boards 97 Jackson 
Piquette Euelide (Piquette & Vautrin), rooms 121 High 
Piquette J. Mizael, sewing machine agent 31 Dwight, boards 80 

Lyman 
Piquette Napoleon, laborer, boards 68 Cabot 
Piquette Prosper, emp Newton Paper Co., house 21 Park 

PIQUETTE & VAUTRIN, (Euelide Piquette, Elzeor Vautrin) 
barbers, 109 High. [See page 451.] 
Pitt James, emp Lyman Mills, boards 15 Hampden 
Pitts Alexander, rooms 132 Cabot 

Pitts Thomas, emp Albion Paper Co., house rear 323 Park 
Plante Joseph, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Plante Napoleon, emp Merrick Thread Co., house Mechanic 
Plantier Charles, emp Conn. River Pulp Co., house 46 Union 
Plantier Dhomitildi, widow Edward, house 46 Union 
Plantier Edouard, emp Conn. River Pulp Co., house 9 Oliver 
Piatt A. B., boards rear 16 Miller 
Plaut Peter, janitor hospital, Ingleside 
Plimpton Joseph D., emp B. F. Nichols, res Chicopee 
Ploof Sylvester, rem to Vermont 
Plouf Andrew, boards 44 Cabot 

Plouf Edward, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 58 East 
Plouf George, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 54 Sargeant 
Plouf John B., laborer, house 52 Sargeant 
Plouffe Damase, house 511 Bridge 

Plouffe Joseph, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 11 Oliver 
Plouff Ludger, emp Lyman Mills, house 20 Oliver 
Plouffe Azarie, barber 49 Union, boards 11 Oliver. 
Plouffe Camille, empressman, boards 11 Oliver 
Plouffe Euelide, emp Lyman Mills, boards 11 Oliver 
Plouffe J., farmer, house Back street, B. V. 
Plowman William L., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., rooms 67 

Newton 
Plummer D. Alonzo, foreman Doane & Williams, house 270 Maple 
Plympton Charles H., emp G. K. Griffin, boards 13 John 
Poirier Antonio, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 179 Main 
Poirier Hermidas, carpenter, house 46 Cabot 
Poirier Theophile, carpenter, boards 127 Park 
Poisson William, rem to Canada 
Poitras Charles, house 634 Summer 
Pollard William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 82 Bond 
Polley Sidney S., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 35 Hampden 
Pollitt Lizzie, Mrs., eating-house 130 High, house 128 do 
Pollock Charles, emp Germania Mills, boards 19 Hampshire 
Pomeroy Alice L., Miss, teacher, Nonotuck school, boards Northamp- 
ton, I. P. 
Pomeroy Arthur E., clerk E. J. Pomeroy, house 51 Pleasant 
Pomeroy Arthur M., emp Prentiss Wire Mills, boards 131 Oak 



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Pomeroy Charles W., plumber S. T. Lyman & Son, house 3 Worces- 
ter place 
Pomeroy Edgar J., grocer and stationer 171 High, h Northampton, 

I. P. 
Pomeroy Francis, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, house 131 Oak 
Pomeroy Frank D., emp Prentiss Wire Mill, boards 131 Oak 
Pomper Gustav, emp Germania Mill, house 349 Park 
Ponton Salime, machinist, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 111 Lyman 
Popp Frederick, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 181 Park 
Porter Ann widow Robert, house 45 Hamilton 

Porter Bros., (Horatioa A. & Thomas James Porter), manufacturers 
paper pulp saving machines, locksmiths and general jobbers, 33 
Race street. 
Porter Clarence M., clerk F. P. Goodall, boards 67 Race 
Porter Fabian, laborer, house 68 Lyman 

Porter Horatioa A., (Porter Bros.), house South c Chapin, B. V. 
Porter John, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 636 Main 
Porter John E., millwright, rem to So. Hadley Falls 
Porter Thomas James, (Porter Bros.) and machine tender Holyoke 

Paper Co., house 624 Main 
Porterfield David H., watches and jewelry, 67 Dwight, house 9 Pearl 
Post Charles A., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 3 John 
Post Dwight W., paymaster Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 21 Lincoln 
Post John S., foreman finishing room Parsons Paper Co., house 11 

Ely court 
Post Kate, widow Flavius A., boards 21 Lincoln 
Potter Charles, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 340 Main 
Potter Maria Miss, house 1 9 Prospect 
Potvin George, milk driver, boards 63 Cabot 

POTVIN GILBERT, builder and contractor, house 272 Maple. 
[See page 497.] 
Potvin Gilbert H., student, boards 272 Maple 
Potvin John, laborer, house 272 Maple 

Potvin Joseph Alfred, (Rousseau & Potvin), house 63 Cabot 
Potvin Louis, house 63 Cabot 
Potwin Edwin H., foreman finishing room Holyoke Paper Co., house 

2 Bowers, cor East Dwight 
Potwin John, farmer, house 76 West 

Potwin Lyman H., emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 1, house 61 Newton 
Potwin William C, emp Holyoke Paper Co., rooms 33 Sargeant 
Poudre Louis, emp J. S. Comins, house High cor Fountain 
Power William J. Rev., removed to Springfield 
Powers Charles, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 654 High 
Powers Ellen, widow Thomas, house rear 32 Elm 
Powers Frank, house 643 Summer 
Powers James, laborer, boards 26 Chestnut 
Powers James, house rear 86 Prospect 

Powers John, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 37 Hamilton 
Powers John, emp Horse Car Co., boards 30 Appleton 
Powers John, house 115 Race 

POWERS JOHN A., meat market, 167 Main, boards 117 Walnut 
[See page 472.] 



182 HOLYOKE [J?] DIRECTORY. 



Powers John W., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 42 Race 
Powers Margaret, rooms 3 Newton place 

Powers Margaret Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards r32 Elm 
Powers Mary, widow John, 117 Walnut 
Powers Michael M., emp Massasoit Paper Co., rooms 54 Sargeant 
Powers M. M., widow Thomas F., house rear 18 Fountain 
Powers Nicholas, emp Union Paper Mfg Co., house 654 High 
Powers Patrick Mrs., boards 26 Chestnut 
Powers Patrick G., lather, boards 117 Walnut 
Powers Richard, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 37 Hamilton 
Powers Richard, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., board r 86 Prospect 
Powers Thomas, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 326 Park 
Powers William, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 654 High 
Powers William, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 86 Prospect 
Powers William, emp Fair Alpaca Co., boards 2 Chestnut 
Powers William, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 49 Bridge 
Poyer Dolphis, expressman, boards 9 Oliver 

Poyer Frank, top roll coverer, emp S. H. Chase, boards 9 Oliver 
Poyer John, emp Conn. R. freight depot, house 225 High 
Poyer Joseph, emp Lyman Mills, house 9 Oliver 
Poyer Napoleon, emp Lyman Mills, boards 9 Oliver 
Poyer Ne son, emp Lyman Mills, house 1 Hampden 
Poyer [See Boyer.] 

Pratt Ann E., widow Alvin C, house Mechanic, B. V. 
Pratt Arthur C, book-keeper Lyman Mills, boards Mechanic, B. V. 
Pratt Arthur J., clerk Clark & Richard, boards 18 Dwight 
Pratt Cornelia, widow Henry, house Northampton, I. P. 
Pratt Etebrise Mrs., house 18 Dwight 
Pratt Eugene, fireman, removed to Greenfield, Mass 
Pratt James, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards 6 Mosher 
Pray Asa, farmer, house Northampton, I. P. 
Prefontaine Philomene Mrs., house 69 High 
Preiss August, emp Germania Mills, house 617 Bridge 
Preis^ Edward, emp Germania Mills, house 617 Bridge 
Pressler Herman, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 95 Main 
Prentice Elizabeth F., widow Mason F., house 51 Sargeant 
Prentice George M., overseer winding dept. Merrick Thread Co., h 
99 Race 

PRENTISS CHARLES H„ draper and tailor, 199 High, house 
62 Pleasant. [See pape 4^6.] 
Prentiss D. B., emp R. T. Prentiss, house Prospect, So. Hacley Falls 
Prentiss George W. (G. W. Prentiss & Co.), house Northampton opp 

Fairfield avenue 
DRENTISS GEORGE W. & CO., (Geo. W. Prentiss, Marden 
X W. Prentiss, William A. Prentiss), mfrs all kinds of Wire, 29 

Dwight. [See page 392.] 
Prentiss Marden W. (Geo. W. Prentiss & Co.), house Q6 Pleasant 
Prentiss Mary, widow John, house 105 Hampden 

PRENTISS ROBERT T., flour, grain, hay, etc., and masons' 
supplies, 62 Main, house 80 Taylor. [See page 453.] 
Prentiss Samuel L., emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 63 Pleasant 
Prentiss Sarah, widow William, boards 80 Taylor 



HOLYOKE [Jp] DIRECTORY. 183 



Prentiss William A. (George W. Prentiss & Co.), house 207 Elm 

PRESCOTT C. B , postmaster, foreign exchange and emigration 
agent, post office IV D wight, h 160 Chestnut. [See page 424.] 
Prescott Joseph, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 160 Chestnut 
Preston James G., tailor, emp M. A. Marks, rooms 73 Main 

PRESTON JOSEPH S. Jr., (Preston & Brown), hatter, gents' 
furnishing goods, and agent Troy Steam Laundry, 15 Dwight, 
house 12 Newton. [See map] 
Preston Lucina, Miss, seamstress, rooms 74 Race 
Preston William, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 403 Main 

PRESTON & BROWN, (Joseph H. Preston Jr., Otho R. Brown), 
proprietors City Hat Store, gents furnishings, shirt mfg. and 
agency Tioy Steam Laundry, 219 High. [See page 42 9. J 
Preudibble James, emp J. C. Smith, house 77 Prospect 
Preunier Hypolite, laborer, house 123 Park 
Prevost Azarie, emp Nash & Holmes, house 93 Lyman 
Prevost Emma, widow Leon, house 339 Main 
Prevost N. Charles, book-keeper 31 Union, house 255 High 
Prevost (see Provost) 

Prew George J., book-keeper Nourse & McCammon, house 118 High 
Prew John J., caipenter, shop Commercial near Cabot, house 106 High 
Prew John J , emp J. S. Carr <fc Co., house 149 Dwght 

PREW JOSEPH N., i-eal estate agent, 196 Maple, house do. [See 
page 440.] 
Prew (see also Proulx) 

Price James, carpenter, emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., boards 13 John 
Priest Frank M., policeman, house 29 Newton place 
Primrose Thomas A., emp Newton Paper Co., boards 636 Main 
Prince Eliza N. Mrs., house 42 Ely 

Proal J. H. Mrs., emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, rooms 6 Newton 
Proctor F. M., confectioner and florist, 156 High, bds 257 do 
Proctor James, asst supt Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 35 West 

PROULX DANIEL, harness manufacturer ;ind dealer, 344 High, 
cor Division, house 346 High. [See page 483.] 
Proulx Nicholas, teamster, house 46 Cabot 
Proulx Peter, laborer, house 123 Park 

Prouty Charles A., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 39 Appleton 
Prouty George C, printer, Transcript office, boards 16 Newton 
Prouty John W., emp Whitmore Mfg Co., house 16 Newton 
Provost Arthur J., carriage painter, emp L. Doucette, rms 12 Potvin av 
Provost Charles, carpenter, house 85 Lyman 
Provost Charles, emp George Richards, house 576 East 
Provost Charles, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, boards 6 Potvin ave 
Provost Edward, carpenter and builder, house 2*8 Union 
Provost Euclide, barber, emp E. Gardner, boards 6 Potvin ave 
Provost Euclide, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 4 Potvin avenue 
Provost Eustache, carpenter, house 6 Potvin ave 
Provost Felix, carpenter, house 55 Park 
Provost Henry, laborer, boards 89 Lyman 
Provost Hypolite, emp J. C. Newton, house 89 Lyman 
Provost Joseph, butcher, Nash, Holmes & Co., boards 50 East 
Provost Leon, house 339 Main 



184 HOLYOKE [Q H,] DIEECTORY. 

Provost N. Charles, book-keeper, house 164 High 

Provost Xavier, emp Nash, Holmes <^ Co., house 93 Lyman 

Provost Zarie, emp Nash, Holmes & Co, h 50 East 

Provost [See Prevost] 

Pulsifer R. M., president Winona Paper Co., office Boston Herald, 

Boston, Mass. 
Pulver George H., engineer N. H. & N. Co., house 65 Bond 
Purcell Robert, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 9 Hampden 
Purington Ivory L., emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 186 D wight 
Purple Alice A. Miss, clerk W. B. Miles, boards 7 Main 
Putnam Arnon B., emp Merrick Lumber Co , boards 54 Taylor 
Pynchon Joseph F., book-keeper Valley Paper Co., res Springfield 
Pyne William, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 86 Newton 

Quigley Daniel J., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., h 21 Bowers 

Quigley Eliza J., widow John, house 712 East 

Quigley John, mason, house 179 Main 

Quigley John, confectionery 334 Park, house do 

Quigley Michael F., expressman, house 712 East 

Quigley Thomas, emp Hadley Co., house 3 Center 

Quigley Thomas, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge (Ward 1) 

Quill John, saloon 288 Park, house 49 Adams 

Quill Timothy, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 275 Main 

Quimby Charlotte Mrs., house Northampton, I. P. 

Quimby Chauncey M., laborer, house Northampton, I. P. 

Quinlan John, carpenter, house Southampton road 

Quinlan John, teamster W. B. Whiting & Co.,h rear 57 Maple 

Quinlan Lizzie Miss., boards Greeley's Hotel 

Quinlan Mary J. Miss, boards Greeley's Hotel 

Quinlan Thomas, emp Toomey & Shea, boards 13 John 

Quinn Abbie Mrs., house 72 Bridge 

Quinn John, emp Lynch Bros., house 113 Sargeant 

Quinn John, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Quinn Michael, engineer Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 30 Front 

Quinn Thomas, emp Lynch Bros., boards 113 Sargeant 

Quinn Timothy, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., house 224 Lyman 

Quint Charles F., clerk N. W. Qnint 207 High, boards 278 Maple 

Quint Nathaniel W., 107 High, house 278 Maple 

Quint William N., book-keeper N. W. Quint, boards 278 Maple 

Quintall George, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 9 Park 

Quirk Inez Mrs., house 19 Prospect 

Quirk Jeremiah W., clerk M. J. McQueeny, house 105 Walnut 

Quirk Michael, emp city, house Chapin, B. V. 

Quirk Patrick, emp G. Richards, house So. Hadley Falls 

Rae John, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 73 Bond 

Rae Thomas, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 73 Bond 

Rae Thomas-, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 20 Hampshire 

Raferty Agnes Mrs., emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 36 Ely 

Raineault Flavien, laborer, house 15 Fountain 

Rainville Damase, canvasser, house 93 Park 

Rainville N., assistant pastor Church of Precious Blood, bds 84 Park 



HOLYOKE [R] DIRECTORY. 185 



Ramage Adam, paper maker, house 136 Oak 

Ramage James, vice pres Newton Paper Co. and pres Chemical Paper 

Co., house 233 Walnut 
Ramage John, vice pres Franklin Paper Co., house 533 So. Canal 
Ramage Walter W., clerk Lyman & Gray, boards 136 Oak 
T)AND A. JUDSON, watchmaker and jeweller 9 Dwight, house 
H 126 Beech. [See page 442.] 

Rand Cornelia, widow Stephen, house Back street, B. V. 
Randall John B., painter Whiting Paper Co., house 7 John 
Randel Morris, emp H. & W. R. R., boards 175 High 
Randebrock Ernst, removed to Brooklyn, N. Y. 

T) ANGER CASPER, carpenter and builder, lumber dealer, mold- 
i\j ing and planing mill, stair building, doors, sash and blinds, 
office 10 Bond cor Appleton, house 85 Bridge. [See page 413.] 
Ranger Fanny Mrs., house 690 East 

Ranlet Charles, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 121 Dwight 
Ranlet Charles W., pres Hadley Falls National Bank, h 121 Dwight 
Ranlet Robert, civil engineer Hoi Water Power Co., bds 121 Dwight 
Ratelle Elise, widow Nazaire, house 86 Cabot 
Ratelle Joseph, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 86 Cabot 
Rathbun John W , engineer Hadley Co., house 47 Canal 
Rayaume Fabien, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 93 Park 
Raymond Adolph, emp Connor Bros., boards 81 Race 
Raymond Emogene M. Miss, emp C. H. Prentiss, rooms 124 Chestnut 
Raymond George, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., bds 15 Newton 
Raymond Israel, emp Keough Bros., house 81 Race 
Raymond John W., upholsterer 280 High, house 287 Dwight 
Raynolds William M.. clerk Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 206 Elm 

READ ALBERT S., fish market 282 High, house 8 Newton. [See 
page 476.] # 

Read Clarence W., clerk A. S. Read, house 55 Pleasant 
Reagan John M., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., h 549 So. Canal 
Reagan Mary Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 32 Chestnut 
Reager Henry, clothing and dry goods 169 Main, house 153 do 
Reardon Annie Miss, dressmaker, emp 124 High, boards 191 do 
Reardon Cornelius, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 89 Walnut 
Reardon Daniel, emp George W. Richards, boards 120 Race 
Reardon Dennis, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 87 Walnut 
Reardon James, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 47 Bridge 
Reardon John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 16 Bridge 
Reardon John, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 43 Front 
Reardon John F., boards 120 Race 

REARDON JOHN J., lawyer, office room (1) 235 High, rooms 
206 Elm. [See page 440.] 
Reardon John W., emp Albion Paper Co., house 16 Bridge 
Reardon Katie Miss, clerk 124 High, boards 191 do 
Reardon Lawrence, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 120 Race 
Reardon Mary, widow William, house 99 Walnut 
Reardon Mary, Mrs., house 95 Walnut 
Reardon Mary, Mrs., house 49 Summer 
Reardon Michael, emp Geo. W. Richards, house 120 Race 
Reardon Michael J., emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 112 Lyman 

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186 HOLYOKE [R] DIEECTORY. 



Reardon Patrick, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 636 Main 

Reardon Patrick, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 35 Adams 

Reardon William, supt Albion Paper Co., house 95 Canal 

Reardon William F., emp Albion Paper Co., house 48 Lyman 

Reardon William J., emp G. R. Dickinson Paper Co., bds 99 Walnut 

Rebetez Justin P., foreman Prentiss Wire Works, house 27 East 

Redeker Fred, Jr., clerk G. Spamer, boards 319 Park 

Redington Ann, Mrs., emp Valley Paper Co., house 24 East 

Redington William E., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 239 D wight 

Redmond Martin, tailor, emp M. A. Marks, boards 73 Main 

Reed Andrew F., physician, office and house 250 Maple 

Reed Daniel H., emp Connor Bros., boards 664 Bridge 

Reed Daniel J., assistant bartender Holyoke House 

Reed Edwin H., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 226 Walnut 

Reed George W., emp L. B. White, board 13 John 

Reed Henry, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards 89 Race 

Reed John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 254 Walnut 

Reed John P., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 85 Newton 

Reed Josiah, carpenter, house 53 Newton 

Reed Mary E., Mrs., house 89 Race 

Reeve John F. emp Conn. River Pulp Co., rooms 75 Newton 

Reffelt Herman J., machinist, boards 363 Park 

Regan John, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 27 Jackson 

Reicholl Dominick, emp Germania Mills, h South, n Germania Mill 

Reid George W., boards 23 Bond 

Reid James B., emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house 81 Bond 

Reid Mary, widow Thomas, house 23 Bond 

Reid William, emp draughtsman James A. Clough boards 23 Bond 

Reid William, (Dickieson, Reid & Co.), 210 D wight 

Reilly Hugh F., confectionery and notions, 669 High, house do 

Reinfield George, house 128 Beech 

Relle Hamel, Mrs., house 98 Maple 

Relle Pierre, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 12 Potvin ave 

Remillard Anaclet, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 93 Park 

Remillard Jean B., rem to Canada 

Remillard Jeremie, laborer, house 628 Summer 

Remillard Joseph, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 93 Park 

Reimers Charles H., emp Connor Bros., boards 665 Main near South 

Reimers Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 665 Main, near South 

Renaud Alphonse tailor, boards 6 Potvin avenue 

Renaud Charles, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 646 East 

Renaud Flavien, laborer, house 13 Fountain 

Renaud John Clement, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 68 Cabot 

Renaud Joseph, emp Hadley Co., house 6 Potvin avenue 

Renaud Joseph, shoemaker, house 524 Bridge 

Renert Edward, emp Germania Mills, boards 383 Park 

Rennelson Thomas, knitting machine operator, 90 Race, house do 

Renner Charles, emp Germania Mills, house 690 East 

Ren wick Edward L., machine tender Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards 

83 Front 
Renwick Jennie Miss, boards 83 Front 
Renwick Mary, widow James, house 83 Front 



HOLYOKE [HJ DIRECTOKY. 187 



Rescott Horace Jr., printer, Transcript office, house 152 High 

Reynolds Andrew, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 16 Adams 

Reynolds Benjamin F., conductor H. & W. R. R., house 32 Bond 

Reynolds Charles, teamster W. B. Whiting & Co., boards 13 John 

Reynolds Frank N., rem to Northampton 

Reynolds James, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 16 Adams 

Reynolds James, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, boards 10 Oliver 

Reynolds John, shoemaker 263 Park, house 16 Adams 

Reynolds Margaret, widow James, house 152 High 

Reynolds William, boards 13 John 

Rhoades Lucius D., supt Gas Works, 217 Elm 

Rhodes Charles, emp Casper Ranger, boards Germania Hotel 

Rhodes Frank, emp Casper Ranger, house 185 Park 

Rhodes Henry F., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 45 Sargeant 

Rice George P., bookkeeper, Munn & Baush, house 4 West 

Rice John K., (Bickwell & Rice), house 38 Essex 

Rice Louis, farmer, house Chicopee road 

Rice Patrick, emp city, house rear 32 Chestuut 

Rich H. S., Mrs., magnetic physician, 83 Dwight, house do 

Richard Alphonse F., (Clark & Richard), boards Windsor Hotel > 

Richard Arsenne, rem to Canada 

Richard Zoe, widow Victor, house 13 Prospect 

Richards Charles, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 657 Main 

Richards Charles H. (Richards & Thayer), house 5 Mosher 

Richards Emma, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 35 Newton 

RICHARDS GEORGE W., mason and builder, brick mfg., yard 
South Hadley Falls, office 271 Main, house do. [See page 502] 

Richards Lewis M., overseer Merrick Thread Co., No. 2 mill, house 98 
Race 

Richards Libbie, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 35 Newton 

Richards Mary A., widow E. T., house 271 Main 

Richards Nellie, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 35 Newton 

Richards Thomas, emp Landers Bros., house 11 Adams 

Richards William, hostler E. L. Caswell, rooms 410 Main 

Richards William, carpenter, house 737 High 

Richards & Thayer, (Charles H. Richards, James N. Thayer), grocer- 
ies, 462 arid 464 Main. 

Richardson Florence, Miss, emp Transcript, boards 30 Newton place 

Richardson George, emp Buchanan, Bolt & Co., boards 128 Newton 

Richardson Hannah Mrs., house 231 High 

Richardson John F., house Northampton, B. V. 

Richardson Nancy, widow Matthew P., family sewing, house 10 
Taylor 

Richardson Roswell, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 70 
Canal, (Ward 1) 

Richardson Sarah, Miss, boards 231 High 

Richardson William, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 5 John 

Richmond John F., removed to Maine 

Richmond William L., overseer carding room Holyoke Warp Co., 
house 40 Hamilton 

Richter Charles, emp Connor Brothers, house 42 Sargeant 

Richter Julius, emp Munn & Baush, house 345 Park 



188 HOLYOKE [H] DIRECTOEY. 



T> ICKER ALMON N., carpenter and builder, rear 30 Dwight, 
JAj house 11 Lincoln. [See page 496.] 

Ricker Frederick N., engineer Holyoke Water Power Co., h 65 Newton 
Ricker Hermann, emp Clark W. Bryan & Co., house 88 Race 
Rider Annie E., emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 38 Hamilton 
Rider Claudius W., paymaster Merrick Thread Co., house South, B. V. 
Ridgeway Richard T., emp Winona Paper Co., boards 294 Maple 
Ridout Albert G., foreman repair shop Holyoke Paper Co. h 594 Main 
Ridout Charles A., emp Parsons Paper Co., res South Hadley Falls 
Rideout Frank, teamster, W. H. Abbott, boards Howard, near West 

Hampden 
Rideout Frank, emp Toomey & Shea, house 175 Park 
Riedel Hermann, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 95 Jackson 
Riendeau Dosithee, removed to Canada 
Riendeau Joseph, removed to the West 
Riendeau Malvina, widow Raymond, house 25 Fountain 
Rierdon James, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house rear 47 Bridge 
Riesterer Ferdinand C. J., draughtsman, Holyoke Water Power Co., 

house 33 East 
Rifford John, emp Whitmore Mfg Co., rooms 651 High 
Rigali Ferdinand, removed to Italy 

"KIGALI JOSEPH, confectioner, 109 High, rooms 113 do. [See 
. \ page 447.] 

RIGALI LOUIS, confectionery, fruit and ice cream, 447 Main, 
house do. [See page 447.] 
Riggott Jane, widow William, boards South, B. V. 
Riggott John, emp Merrick Thread Co., residence Willimansett 
Riggs Lizzie A., dressmaker, 231 Main 
Rigney Henry, removed to Nashua, N. H. 
Riley Anthony, laborer, boards 201 Lyman 
Riley Anthony Jr., expressman, boards 247 Dwight 
Riley Bernard, house 37 Hamilton 
"DILEY DAVID, saloon, 39 Main, house 381 do. [See page 510.] 

Riley David, house 205 Lyman 

Riley Honora Mrs, house 26 Elm 

Riley Honora, widow Daniel, house 95 Walnut 

Riley James Mrs., boards 63 Front 

Riley Jennie Miss, waiter, Holyoke House 

RILEY JENNIE M. MISS, dressmaker, 194 High, house 247 
West Dwight. [See page 438.] 
Riley Johanna and Julia, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, rooms 158 High 
Riley John, hack driver, 63 Walnut 
Riley John, painter, 247 Dwight, boards do 
Riley John, laborer, house 42 Hamilton 

Riley John, bricklayer, emp Lynch Brothers, boards 95 Walnut 
Riley Margaret, house 10 Oliver 

Riley Mary, widow John, boarding house, 30 Appleton 
Riley Mary, widow, Anthony, house 247 Dwight 
Riley Mary, widow James, house 73 Fountain 
Riley Mary, widow Patrick, dressmaker, house 357 Main 
Riley Mary, Mrs., house 201 Lyman 



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Riley Michael, emp Franklin Paper Co., boards 16 Adams 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house 35 Prospect 
Riley Patrick, house 126 Pine 
Riley Patrick, house 16 Adams 
Riley Patrick, house 101 Walnut 
Riley Phillip, brick mason, house 103 Maple 9 
Riley Thomas, emp Winona Paper Co., house 60 Bridge 
Riley Thomas F., policeman, house 95 Walnut 
Riley Thomas H., carpenter, house 180 Maple 
Riley (see Reilly and O'Riley) 

Ring Martha Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., 518 Main 
Ring Nellie M. Miss, clerk Clark & Richard, rooms 134 Cabot 
Rinkle Lawrence, carpenter, boards 20 Cabot 
Rinn John, emp Landers Brothers, house 86 Maple 
Riopel Marcill, chopper, house 525 Bridge 
Riopel Zoel, laborer, house 525 Bridge 
Ritey Michael, molder, boards 70 Race 
Ritchie John, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 5 Beacon ave 
Ritter John, removed to Springfield 

Ritzmann Joseph, baker, emp S. Yenlin, house 231 Park 
Rivers Frank, foreman, millwright, Holyoke Water Power Co., house 
809 High 

RIVERSIDE PAPER CO. J- H. Appleton, pres and treas, 
third level canal, foot of Cabot. [See opposite page 368.] 
Rivest Constant, hostler, house 46 Cabot 

RIVEST URGEL E.. boot and shoe dealer and trunk mfr., 104 
High, house 102 do. [See page 431.] 
Rivet Adolph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 1 Fountain 
Rivet Albert, hostler N. B. Jarvis, boards 46 Cabot 
Rivet Benjamin, house 88 Race 

Rivet Euclid, emp C. R. Pulp Co., boards 113 Lyman 
Rivet Exilla Mrs., dressmaker, 88 Race, house do 
Rivet Frank, laborer, boards 13 Union 

Rivet John Baptiste, emp C. R. Pulp Co., house 113 Lyman 
Rivet Joseph, house 13 Union 

Rivet Joseph Jr., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 46 Cabot 
Rivet Louisa Mrs., house 54 High 

Rivet Sophia, widow Dennis, rem to Three Rivers, Canada 
Robarge Isaie, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 53 Union 
Robarge Israil, removed to Northampton, Mass. 
Robarge Vital, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 53 Union 
Robb John A., emp S. T. Lyman & Son, house 45 Hamilton 
Roberge Ernest P., barber, 225 High, rooms 23 Newton place 
Roberge Joseph, mason, house rear 133 Lyman 
Robert Arthur, emp Lyman Mills, boards 93 Lyman 
Robert Aurelia, widow Frank, house 37 Canal 
Robert Charles, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 28 Cabot 
Robert Clovis, house 31 Hamilton 
Robert Eli, conductor Conn. R. R. R., house 88 High 
Robert Eliza Mrs., house 203 Lyman 
Robert Fred, boards 28 Cabot 
Robert Joseph, emp Hadley Co., boards 17 West 



190 HOLYOKE [R] DIEECTORY. 

Robert Joseph J., erap Dickinson & Clark Paper Co., h 15 West 

Robert Luc, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 80 Lyman 

Robert Peter, carpenter, house 93 Lyman 

Robert Victoria, Mrs., dressmaker, house 17 West 

Robert Zephrin, peddler, rooms 521 Bridge 

Roberts Collis, saloon VI 3 Lyman, house 115 do. 

Roberts Eliza, widow John, house 203 Lyman 

Roberts George H., machinist, house 17 Bond 

Roberts John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 656 Bridge 

Roberts John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 641 High 

Robertson James, emp Franklin Paper Co., rooms 254 Main 

Robilliord Alex, carpenter, house 534 East 

Robilliord Edward, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 14 Canal 

Robilliord Emanuel, rem to Canada 

Robins George, emp Franklin Paper Co., boards 27 Hamilton 

Robins Peter, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 27 Hamilton 

Robinson Angeline M., Miss, clerk Ferguson & Logan, boards 6 Essex 

Robinson George, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 25 Cabot 

Robinson Hugh, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 507 South Canal 

Robinson Robert; laborer, house 10 Bridge 

Robinson Samuel, cook Holyoke House 

Robinson Thomas H., house 319 Park 

Robitaille Charles, baker, house 174 Lyman 

Roby Ann C, widow C. H., house 96 Lyman 

Roby James W., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 96 Lyman 

Roch Francis X., clerk, rem to North Adams, Mass. 

Roche Pierre, Mrs., house 51 Cabot 

Roche Samuel, painter, house 121 Park 

Rocheleau Antoine, clerk, rem to Woonsocket, R. I. 

Rocheleau Joseph, carpenter, house 351 Main 

Rocheleau Napoleon, rem to Bedford, Canada 

Rock Emma, Mrs., house 158 High 

Rock John W., boards 158 High 

Rockwood George S., emp Holyoke Furniture Co., boards 23 Newton 

place 
Rodier John, laborer, house 521 Bridge 
Rodier Philias, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 78 Lyman 
Roesiger Herman, emp G. W. Collins, res South Hadley Falls 
Rogers Edward, painter, boards 21 Hampden 

Rogers Edward C., treasurer Massasoit Paper Mfg. Co., h Springfield 
Rogers Eliza, widow Benjamin, house 34 Summer 
Rogers John F., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 Main 
Rogers Justin O., emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 527 So. Canal 
Rogers Kossuth J., painter, shop and house South near Elm, B. V. 
Rogers Sidney S., clerk Holyoke National Bank, rooms 206 Elm 
Rogers William, laborer, boards 34 Summer 
Rohan Anthony, emp Springfield, house 82 Maple 
Rohan Edmund, emp Lynch Bros., boards 25 Chestnut 
Rohan Ellen, widow Thomas, boards 53 Pine 
Rohan Honora Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, house 25 Maple 
Rohan James, emp Phelps & Tower, boards 304 High 
Rohan John, emp Lynch Bros., house 61 Pine 



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Rohan Margaret, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 530 Main 

Rohan Martin, laborer, house rear 112 Maple 

Rohan Martin, saloon and house 65 Walnnt 

Rohan Martin J., Mrs., house 63 Maple 

Rohan Mary, widow Michael, house 25 Chestnut 

Rohan Michael, emp Hoi. Glazed Paper and Card Co. bds 20 Cabot 

Rohan Patrick, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 649 Summer 

Rohan Patrick, emp Conn. R. R. R., house 109 Maple 

Rohan Thomas, bricklayer, emp Landers Bros., boards 25 Chestnut 

Roi Abraham, house 57 Bond 

Roi Alphonse, clerk, house 85 High 

Koi Amede, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 576 East 

Roi Celeste, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 521 Bridge 

Rio Edward, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 16 Prospect 

Roi Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., rooms 572 East 

Roi Joseph, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 16 Prospect 

Roi Julia, widow Louis, house 16 Prospect 

Roi Louis, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 16 Prospect 

Roi Marcel, Mrs., house 111 Lyman 

Roi Napoleon, emp Lyman Mills, house 16 Oliver 

Roi Phimie, widow Xavier, house 53 Union 

Roland John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 530 Main 

Romiard Frances, emp Newton Paper Co., house 46 Cabot 

Rooney Charles, supt Newton Paper Co., house 122 Cabot 

Rooney Michael, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 586 East 

Rooney Patrick, laborer, boards 82 Lyman 

Rooney William, emp city, house 174 Lyman 

Root Edward, emp Conn. R. R. R. freight depot, boards Riverside, 

rear Bridge 
Rose Oriile, Mrs., house 225 High 
Rose William V., insurance canvasser, emp Thomas O'Hare, house 

281 West Hampden 
Ross Charles B., baggage master Conn. R. R. R. depot, h 26 West 
Ross James, tailor, emp 321 High, house 414 Maple 
Ross Jane, widow t James, house 24 Bond 
Ross John, Mrs., house 4 Cabot 

Ross John H., emp Winona Paper Co., rooms 31 West 
Ross Joseph, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 7 Hampshire 
Ross Robert, blacksmith, house 119 Race 
Ross William, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 7 Hampshire 
Ross William, clerk H. E. Bouton, boards 24 Bond 
Ross William J, blacksmith A. Newton, boards 7 Hampshire 
Rouillard Anselm-, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 576 East 
Rouillard Anselme, Jr., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 47 Park 
Rouillard Hermenegile, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 47 Park 

ROUILLARD HILAIRE, blacksmith and carriagesmith, 326 
Main, house 568 East [See page 489.] 
Rouillard Samuel (Benoit & Rouillard), house 47 Park 
Rouiller Henry D., removed to Worcester 
Rougeau Fred, boards 32 Union 
Rougeau Israel, teamster, house 32 Union 
Rourke Edward, laborer, house 117 Race 



192 HOLYOKE [R] DIKECTORY. 



Rourke Edward, Jr., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 117 Race 

Rourke Kate, widow, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 40 Lyman 

Rourke Michael, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., boards 117 Race 

Rourke Nancy Mrs., boards 87 Race 

Rourke William, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 117 Race 

Rourke [See also O'Rourke] 

Rouse George A., emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 19 Prospect 

Rouse Helen Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 19 Prospect 

Rousseau Jean B., painter, house 150 High 

Rousseau Joseph, painter, house 128 High 

Rousseau Majoric L. (Rousseau & Potvin),* house 576 East 

T> OUSSE AU & POTVIN (Majoric L. Rousseau, Joseph Alfred 

JX Potvin), grocers and market 299 Main. [See page 464.] 

Rousseau [See Brooks] 

Roussel Alfred, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 560 East 

Roussel Francis, house 69 Sargeant 

Rousell Norman, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 69 Sargeant 

Rowcroft John, overseer dye house Hadley Co., house 50 Canal 

Rowe Amos D., emp Mass. Screw Co., house 15 Pearl 

Rowe James, emp Hampden Cotton Mills, boards 43 Front 

Roy Bros., (John T., Charles H. and Pierre Roy), publishess Le De- 

fenseur and job printers 291 Main 
Roy Charles H. (Roy Bros.), house 149 Dwight 
Roy James, machinist, house 22 Sargeant 
Roy John T. (Roy Bros.), house 289 Main 
Roy Napoleon, house 16 Oliver 
Roy Olynome, house 31 Cabot 
Roy Pierre (Roy Bros.), boards 289 Main 
Royce Fred, emp Transcript, rooms 83 Dwight 
Royston Benjamin, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 125 Sargeant 
Ruddy George, carpenter, boards 36 Ely 

Ruddy James, overseer dressing room Hadley Co., house 23 West 
Ruddy Jane Mrs., house 36 Ely 
Ruddy William, removed to California 
Ruelle Ferdinand, carpenter, house 66 Park 

Rukdeschel August, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 37 Sargeant 
Riimel Remigins, watchmaker, removed to Springfield 
Ruppert August, emp Germania Mills, house 349 Park 
Rushworth Abraham, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 54 Chestnut 
Russell Dennis, emp John C. Smith, house 8 Hampshire 
Russell Frank, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 7 Prospect 
Russell George A. (J. Russell & Co.), residence Springfield 

RUSSELL GILBERT E., hardware, cutlery and agricultural 
tools, etc., 245 High, house 274 Maple. [See page 408.] 
Russell Henry L. (J. Russell & Co.), boards 167 Chestnut 
Russell James, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 38 Ely 
Russell John W., emp Mass. Screw Co., house Carew, So. Had. Falls 
Russell Joseph, emp 41 High, house 148 Maple 

RUSSELL J. & CO. (Robert, Henry L. and George A. Russell.) 
hardware and mill supplies 23 Dwight and 23 Race. [See 
page 406.] 
Russell Lawrence, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 31 Hamilton 



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Russell Levi, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 28 High 

.Russell Mary, widow Joel, house 167 Chestnut 

Russell Michael, house 43 Elm 

Russell Nelson, house 22 Sargeant 

Russell Peter, billiard and sample room 109 High, h 23 Newton place 

Russell Robert (J. Russell & Co.), house 167 Chestnut 

Russell Sophia Mrs., boards 44 Ely 

Russell Theodore S., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 121 Newton 

Russell [See Roussell] 

Ruth Elizabeth, widow John, house 79 Newton 

Ruther A. Oscar, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., boards 622 Bridge 

Ryan Ann, widow Michael, house 50 Lyman 

RYAN ANTHONY H., slater, roofer and slate dealer, office 315 
High, house 317 do. [See page 499.] 
Ryan Catherine Mrs., house rear 114 Kace 
Ryan Eliza, widow John, house 22 Hamilton 
Ryan Johanna, widow Michael, house 737 High 
Ryan John, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., boards 37 Hamilton 
Ryan John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 50 Lyman 
Ryan John, emp Hoi Envelope Co., boards G-ermania Hotel 
Ryan John G., laborer, house 40 East 
Ryan John J., emp Massasoit Paper Co., house 56 Center 
Ryan John T., emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 56 Center 
Ryan John W., clerk M. R. Dalton, rooms 163 Main 
Ryan Keran, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 510 South Canal 
Ryan Lawrence, emp Munn & Baush, house Northampton, Mass. 
Ryan Mary Miss, emp Excelsior Paper Co., boards 597 So. Canal 
Ryan Maurice, carpenter, emp Casper Ranger, boards 317 High 
Ryan Maurice T., foreman A. H. Ryan, boards 217 High 
Ryan Mary Miss, milliner, boards 43 Front 
Ryan Michael, house 5 Chestnut 

Ryan Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 50 Lyman 
Ryan Michael J., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 66 Lyman 
Ryan Nellie and Maggie Misses, house 145 High 
Ryan Patrick, emp J. Delaney, boards 23 Oliver 
Ryan Patrick, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 50 Lyman 
Ryan Philip, house 44 Elm 
Ryan Sarah, widow Nicholas, boards 24 East 

RYAN SYLVESTER A., liquors 319 High, rooms 317 do. [See 
page 509.] 
Ryan Thomas, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 23 Oliver 
Ryan Thomas, boards 27 Hamilton 
Ryan Thomas, boarding house 664 Bridge 
Ryan Thomas S., watchman Mass. Screw Co., house 104 Race 
Ryan Timothy J., emp Landers Bros., hous,e 7 Ely ave 
Ryan William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 737 High 
Ryther Charles W., emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house rear 130 Elm 

Sackett David H. (Clark W. Bryan & Co.), res Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sackett George I., yardmaster C. R. R. R., house South Hadley Falls 
Sackett James M., house 30 Hampden 
Sackett Jennie Mrs., boards 2 Oliver 

25 



194 HOLYOKE [S] DIEECTOEY. 

Sackett John N., meat market, 456 Main, house 5 Beacon avenue 

Safford H. S., sup Holyoke Bone Co., res Springfield, Mass. 

Sage Willard C, emp M. P. Conway, rooms 26 West 

Saias Frank, emp Albion Paper Co., house South Hadley Falls 

Sainte Marie Didace, (Sainte Marie & Beauchemin), house 71 Cabot 

Sainte Marie Theophile, laborer, house 127 Park 

C AINTE MARIE & BEAUCHEMIN, (Didace Sainte Marie, 

Joseph Beauchemin), groceries, meat market and liquors, 67, 

69 and 73 Cabot. [See page 463.] 
Salerno Charles, house 37 Adams 

Salisbury William F., emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 620 Main 
Salmon Bridget, widow Thomas, emp Whiting Paper Co., h 24 Elm 
Salmon Joseph J., mason, house 25 Chestnut 
Salt John, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., house 56 Bond 
Salyerds Caroline Mrs., nurse, rooms 156 Pine 
Sammon Patrick, emp Whiting Paper Mill No. 1, house 69 Chestnut 

SAMOSETT HOUSE, S. J. Hobbs proprietor, 143 Maple. [See 
page 487.] 
Sampson Antonie, carpenter, house 76 Park 
Sampson Hilare, emp Conn. River Pulp Co., house 32 Cabot 
Sampson Joseph, emp Conn. River Pulp Co., house 69 High 
Sampson Thomas, house 15 Oliver 

Sampson Xavier Frank, emp Conn. River Pulp Co., house 15 Oliver 
Sanborn Benjamin, clerk E. P. Ford, boards 117 Pine 
Sanborn Charles A., carpenter, emp Doane & Williams, h 9 Taylor 
Sanborn Clara, Miss., boards 212 Walnut 
Sanborn Harriet, widow Horace, house 117 Pine 
Sanborn Wm. E., emp Holyoke Furniture Co., boards 200 Walnut 
Sanborn William W., emp Casper Ranger, house 200 Walnut 
Sancoucie George, laborer, emp Gridley & Moriarty, bds 542 Park 
Sanderson George W., emp Chadwick & Chadwick, b Greeley's Hotel 
Sanderson James H., overseer dyeing room Holyoke Warp Co., house 

172 Cabot 
Sanderson John W., emp Chadwick & Chadwick, b Greeley's Hotel 
Sanderson Robert W., (Smith & Sanderson), house 197 Dwight 
Sanderson Whipple, watchman, Valley Paper Co., res So. Hadley Falls 
Sands Mary A. Mrs., boards Holyoke House 
Sandy Robert C, farmer house Ingleside 
Sansoucie Adelia, widow Joseph, house 15 Fountain 
Sanville Pierre, laborer, Holyoke Machine Co., house 105 Lyman 
Sarette Alfred, laborer, boards 86 Cabot 
Sarette Emanuel, removed to Canada 
Sarette Merick, rem to Canada 
Sarette Philip, rem to Canada 
Sarette William Mrs., rem to Canada 
Sarette (see LaRose) 

Sargent George B., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 2 Oliver 
Sargent Lettie Miss, boards 299 Hampden 

Sargent Robert D., policeman, and dining rooms 257 High, house 255 do 
Sargent Ruby Miss., emp Holyoke House 
Sattler Adolph, emp Germania Mills, house 357 Park 
Saulnier Joseph, clerk N. Beliveau, 313 Main, boards 319 do 






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Saulnier Roger, rem to North Adams 

Saunders Edmund, rem to New York 

Savage James, emp Hadley Co., boards 110 Center 

Savage Patrick, emp George ft. Dickinson Paper Co., house 84 Maple 

Savoie Toussaint, saloon 29 Union, house 25 do 

Sawin Albert E., carpenter, house 254 Main 

Sawin Edwin A., brakman, boards 254 Main 

Sawin Wallace E., draughtsman D. H. & A. B. Tower, bds 254 Main 

SAWTELLE & PAUL, (Henry J. Sawtelle, Albert A. Paul), 
meat market, 51 Hampden. [Seepage 469.] 
Sawtelle Charles H., emp H. H. Carter, boards 224 Maple 
Sawtelle George E., emp Harvey H. Carter, boards 224 Maple 
Sawtelle Henry J. (Sawtelle & Paul), house 222 Maple 
Sawtelle Sarah J.,- widow Charles H., house 224 Maple 
Sawyer Estelle E. Mrs., house 18 Pearl 

Sawyer Isaac E., bookkeeper, Holyoke National Bank, boards 18 Pearl 
Sawyer Mary E. widow Charles E., rooms 35 Hampden 
Saxton Claude H., emp Riverside Paper Co., house 538 South Canal 
Saxton John H., teamster R. T. Prentiss, boards 80 Taylor 
Sayers John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 22 Oliver 
Sayres Dennis, laborer, boards 482 Maple 
Scanlon Bridget Mrs., house 41 Elm 
Scanlon Edward, laborer, house 73 Walnut 
Scanlon James, emp Gas Works, boards 57 Elm 
Scanlon John, house 133 Lyman 

Scanlon John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 20 Worcester place 
Scanlon Josie Miss, house-keeper, Windsor Hotel 
Scanlon Kate, emp Valley Paper Co., house 27 Lyman 
Scanlon Margaret Mrs., house 137 Lyman 
Scanlon Mary, emp Whitmore Mfg Co., boards 43 Front 
Scanlon Michael, rem to Wilkesbarre, Pa., 

Scanlon Timothy, emp Excelsior Paper Co., boards 528 South Canal 
Scannell Honora, widow, house 29 Lyman 
Scevenz Adeline Mrs,, house 67 Walnut 
Schafer Augusta Miss, teacher, rooms 336 Maple 
Schafer Benno, emp ITnquomonk Silk Mill, house 613 Bridge 
Schauer David, emp Germania Mills, house 369 Park 
Schauer Julius, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house 363 Park 
Scheibel Emil A., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., bds 218 Walnut 
Scheibel Mary widow Antone, house 218 Walnut 
Schenker Henry, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 673 Main 
Schicht August, glazier, house 19 Worcester place 
Schick William A., salesman Connor Bros., house 136 Oak 
Schindler Frank, emp Germania Mills, boards Adams 
Schindler Fred, baker, boards 613 Bridge 
Schindler Herman, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 613 Bridge 
Schirsch August, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 124 Race 
Schirsch Frank, emp Connor Bros., boards 616 East 
Schirsch Ignatius, house 616 East 

Schirsch Ignatius Jr., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 616 East 
Schleigel Robert, emp H. Seymour Cutlery Co., boards 662 East 
Schlichtlng Frank, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 613 Bridge 



196 HOLYOKE [S] DIEECTOEY. 

Schlicting Herman, removed to South Hadley Falls 

Schlueter Charles H., house 576 Bridge 

Schmalzle John, emp Germania Mills, house 361 Park 

Schmeers Hermann, tailor, emp P. Hopp & Co., rooms 150 High 

Schmidt Emil, barber, emp 15 \ Main, house South Hadley Falls 

Schmidt Herbert, emp Germania Mills, house 3*79 Park 

Schmidt John, boarding house 306 Park 

Schmidt Louis Herman, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, h 602 Bridge 

Schmidt Robert, emp Germania Mills, house 379 Park 

Schnabel John, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 628 Bridge 

Schoeffel John, emp John Heinritz, house 28 Adams 

Schoenfeldt Charles, emp Germania Mills, house 359 Park 

Schofield Isaac, rooms 24 Newton place 

Schofield [See Scofield] 

School of the Immaculate Conception of Notre Dame de Lourdes, 

Chestnut opp Hampden square 
Schoonmaker Lena Miss, emp Mass. Screw Co., ro®ms 74 Race 
Schopp Edward, emp Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Co., h 189 

Park 
Schott John, house 233 Park 

Schou Charles, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 179 Main 
Schou Otto, confectionery and variety store 14 Ely, house do 

SCHROEDER HENRY L., cigar mfr 512 Main, house 201 Park 
[See page 506.] 
Schubach August Mrs., house 37 Adams 
Schubach Oscar, emp Germania Mills, house rear 355 Park 
Schubach Paul, emp Munn & Baush, house 37 Adams 
Schubert Emil, emp Connor Bros., house 661 Summer 
Schubert Henry, house 597 Summer 

Schultz Charles, emp Germania Mills, house 657 Summer 
Schultz Louis, machinist, house 233 Park 
Schuman Ferdinand, emp Germania Mills, boards 633 Bridge 
Schuman William, emp Germania Mills, house 623 Bridge 
Schuster John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 56 Ely 
Schwab Charles, emp Germania Mills, house South, B. V. 
Schwab Jane, widow David, house 124 Lyman 

Schwab John D., cigar maker, emp E. Uschmann, house 124 Lyman 
Schwartz Charles H. Mrs., house 69 Sargeant 
Schweimier George, emp Winbna Paper Co., boards 60 Bridge 
Schwendner Catharine Mrs., boarding house 87 Race 
Scofield Arthur F., paymaster and book-keeper Judd Paper Co., rooms 

134 Beech 
Scofield Isaac, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 13 John 
Scolland Morris, laborer, house 40 Walnut 
Scollard Morris, emp Connor Bros., boards 87 Race 
Scolly Michael W., emp D. F. Coghlan and boarding house 64 Race 
Scott Alexander, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 16 Mosher 
Scott Alexander, emp Coghlan's Boiler Works, boards 664 East 
Scott Frank O., foreman finishing room Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 

South Hadley Falls 
Scott Henry N., emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 622 Main 
Scott Jacob, warp dresser Farr Alpaca Co., house Brown's ave, B. V. 






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Scott Thomas, watchman Farr Alpaca Co., house 49 Race 

Scott Walter, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 476 Main 

Scott William, emp S. T. Lyman & Son, house 49 Race 

Scott William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house South Hadley Falls 

Scully Ann Mrs,, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 35 Adams 

Scully Charles, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 85 Canal 

Scully Cornelius, emp Albion Paper Co., house Mechanic 

Scully Edmund, emp Munn & Baush, boards 614 Summer 

Scully Edmund, house 615 Summer 

Scully Elizabeth, widow Patrick, house 85 Canal 

Scully Johanna, house 615 Summer near Adams 

Scully Michael, house 614 Summer 

Scully Michael, boards 35 Adams 

Scully William L., emp Albion Paper Co., boards 85 Canal 

Searles Frank, painter, emp Dean & Wheelock, boards 7 Hampden 

Searles Stephen, removed to Southbridge 

Sears Dennis, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 125 Sargeant 

Sears Henry G. (Lemuel Sears & Co.), house 221 Elm 

Sears Henry P., book-keeper Hampden Glazed Paper Co. rooms 138 

Beech 
Sears John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 22 Oliver 
Sears Lemuel (Lemuel Sears & Co.), house 190 Chestnut 

SEARS LEMUEL & CO. (Lemuel and Henry G. Sears), grocers 
and commission merchants 20 and 22 Dwight. [See advt in- 
side front cover. J 
Sears Thomas, emp Lyman Mills, boards 22 Oliver 
Sears Thomas H., supt D. F. Coghlan, house 42 Park 

SEARS & CO. (L- Sears & Co., Edwin C. Chapin), groceries, pro- 
visions, crockery, glass and wooden ware, 480 Main. [See p. 
458.] 
Seasons Matilda C. Mrs., dressmaker, house 155 Dwight 
Seaver Emma E. Mrs., house 291 Dwight 
Seaver Julia M. Mrs., house 45 Taylor 

Seaver Lizzie, clerk Dickieson, Reid & Co., boards 45 Taylor 
Seaver William T., metaphysical healer, 21 Newton place 

S ECKEL ADOLPH H., crockery store 135 High, house 133 do. 
[See page 452.] 
Sefton Alfred, emp Hadley Co., house 32 Mosher 
Sefton William, removed to Manchester, N. H. 
Segee John, removed to Ridgebury, Vt. 
Seger John, painter, boards Germania Hotel 
Seibel John, emp Connor Bros., house 287 Main 
Seidel Emil, emp Germania Mills, house 383 Park 
Seidel Minnie Mrs., house 383 Park 
Selfridge George, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Sellers C. C, emp Valley Paper Co., rooms 67 Newton 
Sellers Edward H., emp Valley Paper Co., rooms 67 Newton 
Sellers James, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 29 Adams 
Selmer Christian, coachman Wm. Skinner, house 413 Maple 
Semper Henri, carpenter, house 25 Cabot 
Sempre Mary, house 90 Race 
fcenecal Charles, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 620 East 



198 HOLYOKE [S3 DIRECTORY. 

Senecal Lena, emp National Blank Book Co., house 28 Bond 

SENIOR HENRY M. JR., hats, caps, gents' furnishing goods 
and agt Troy Steam Laundry, 273 Main, h Spring, So. Hadley 

Falls. [See page 429.] 
Senney Damase, emp Munn & Baush, house 19 Hamilton 
Senney Joseph, emp Ben. F. Perkins, house 19 Hamilton 
Sevence Solomon, house Walnut bet Hampden and Lyman 
Severance Frank E., emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., boards 13 John 
Sexton L. W., emp Merrick Lumber Co., rooms 6 East Dwight 
Seymour George M. (Henry Seymour Cutlery Co.), house 190 Beech 
Seymour Henry, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 284 Maple 
Seymour Henry, pres. Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., res New York city 
CEYMOTJR HENRY CUTLERY CO., Robert H. Seymour 
sec. and treas., 10 Appleton and second level canal. [See 

page 393.] 
Seymour Robert H., sec. and treas, Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., h 

235 Beech cor Cabot 
Shanahan Daniel, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 40 Main 
Shanaban Jeremiah, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 40 Main 
Shannon Martin H., emp Tattle Rubber Works, house 27V Main 
Sharkey Thomas P., emp Thomas Connor, house 65 Elm 
Sharp David, watchman Chemical Paper Co., house 36 Sargeant 
Sharp Frank, rem to South Hadley Falls 
Sharp George, rem to South Hadley Falls 
Shaugnessy Patrick, emp Hadley Co., house 42 East 
Shaw Charles, carpenter, house 109 Walnut 
Shaw Edward, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, house 65 Bond 
Shaw Ellen, Mrs., house 119 Maple 

CHAW ELLIOT D , florist, 142 Dwight, cor Elm, and 137 Oak, 
U cor Suffolk, house do. [See map.] 

Shaw George H., foreman yard Casper Ranger, rooms 276 High 
Shaw John B., overseer color dying Farr Alpaca Co., h 318 Dwight 
Shaw John J., foreman weaving dept. Beebe, Webber & Co., house 

602 South Canal 
Shaw Joseph, rooms 53 Sargeant 
Shaw Spencer, teamster, house 38 Ely 
Shaw Thomas, rem to Canada 

Shaw William, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 50 Center 
Shay Patrick, tobacco dealer, 137 Lyman, house do 
Shea Annie and Katie Misses, house 20 Center 
Shea Bartholomew (Sheridan & Shea), rooms 134 Maple 
Shea Catherine, Mrs., emp Hadley Co., house 28 East 
Shea Catherine, Mrs., house 62 Prospect 
Shea Catherine, widow John, house 117 Race 
Shea Cornelius, house 98 Maple 
Shea Daniel, clerk, boards 19 Hampshire 
Shea Daniel, laborer, houne 85 Hampden 
Shea Daniel, emp City, house 328 Park 
Shea Daniel, dyer, boards 167 Lyman 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 38 Lyman 
Shea Daniel, house 27 Chestnut 
Shea Daniel, laborer, house 90 Maple 



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Shea Daniel J., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 269 Park 

Shea Dennis, emp Connor Bros., house 77 Fountain 

Shea Dennis, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 551 Bridge 

Shea Dennis, rem to Granby, Conn. 

Shea Dennis, laborer, house 50 Center 

Shea Dennis, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, house 25 Chestnut 

Shea Dennis, emp John Delaney, boards 79 Prospect 

Shea Eugene, emp P. F. Carmody, boards 43 Hampden 

Shea Honora, widow Dennis, boards 73 Fountain 

Shea James, laborer, boards 32 Chestnut 

Shea James, emp Excelsior Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Shea James, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 50 Center 

Shea James, house 122 Sargeant 

Shea James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 31 Hamilton 

Shea James, liquor and ale depot, 37 and 39 Hampden, rooms 35 do 

Shea James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 18 Maple 

Shea James, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., house 243 Lyman 

Shea Jeremiah, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 82 Maple 

Shea Jeremiah, laborer, boards 73 Fountain 

Shea Johanna, widow Thomas, house 77 Prospect 

Shea John, laborer, house 79 Prospect 

Shea John, house 208 Lyman 

Shea John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 35 Adams 

Shea John, mason, house 642 High 

Shea John, laborer, house 57 Elm 

Shea John, house 179 Lyman 

Shea John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 482 Maple 

Shea John, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, rooms 243 Elm 

Shea John, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 28 Jackson 

Shea John, Jr., carpenter, house 113 Hampden 

Shea John F. (Toomey & Shea), carpenter, house 107 Elm, n Dwight 

Shea Margaret, Mrs., house 186 Lyman 

Shea Margaret, widow John, house 73 Fountain 

Shea Mary, widow Timothy, house 27 Chestnut 

Shea Mary, widow Maurice, house 35 Adams 

Shea Mary, Mrs., house 210 Lyman 

Shea Maurice, emp Landers Bros., boards 79 Prospect 

Shea Maurice, emp Excelsior Paper Co., boards 575 Bridge 

Shea Maurice, boards 28 Jackson 

Shea Michael, mason's helper, house 113 Hampden 

Shea Michael, emp Lyman Mills, No. 2, house 37 Elm 

Shea Michael, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 575 Bridge 

Shea Michael, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 28 Jackson 

Shea Michael, emp Conn. River Lumber Co., boards 77 Prospect 

Shea Michael, emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, rooms 243 Maple 

Shea Michael, laborer, house rear 38 Elm 

Shea Michael F., fireman Lyman Mills, house 156 Dwight 

Shea Michael F., clerk Nourse & McCammon, rooms 122 High 

Shea Morris, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 97 High 

Shea Patrick, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 30 Hamilton 

Shea Patrick, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 37 Hamilton 

Shea Patrick, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 482 Maple 



200 HOLYOKE [S] DIKECTOEY. 

Shea Patrick, tobacco etc., 137 Lyman, house 141 do 

Shea Patrick, house 4 Cabot 

Shea Patrick, Mrs., house 232 Lyman 

Shea Patrick, laborer, boards 65 Walnut 

Shea Patrick, blacksmith and saloon, 11 Elm, house do 

Shea Patrick, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 24 Prospect 

Shea Patrick F., book-keeper Fenton & Dunn, boards Willimansett 

Shea Peter, laborer, house 85 Hampden 

Shea Richard, laborer, house 49 Fountain 

SHEA RICHARD, horse-shoer and farrier, 363 High, near cor 
Appleton, house 95 Elm. [See page 488.] 
Shea Thomas, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house r 32 Prospect 
Shea Thomas, brick mason, boards 27 Chestnut 
Shea Thomas, laborer, house 61 Walnut 
Shea Thomas, saloon, 39 Elm, house do 
Shea Timothy, house 24 Oliver 

Shea William, emp Valley Paper Co., house 80 Bridge 
Shea William, laborer, house rear 142 Maple 
Shea William, laborer, house 216 Lyman 
Shea (see O'Shea) 

Sheard Law., emp Chadwick & Chadwick, house 91 Jackson 
Shearer Frederick P., emp Wauregan Paper Co., h 1 Newton place 
Shedd Electa S., Mrs., boarding house, 103 Dwight 
Shedd Herman A., Holyoke music rooms, Clough's block, 247 High, 

house do 
Shedd Reed, house 103 Dwight 
Sheehan Catherine, widow Daniel, boards 44 Elm 
Sheehan Daniel, emp Hadley Co., boards 36 Chestnut 
Sheehan Daniel, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 75 Elm 
Sheehan Daniel, emp Lynch Bros., house 14 Oliver 
Sheehan Dennis, machinist John C. Smith, house 38 Front 
Sheehan Dennis, stone cutter, house 24 Cabot 
Sheehan Edward F., junk dealer and saloon, rear 76 Prospect, boards 

78 do 
Sheehan Eliza, Miss, house 61 East 
Sheehan Ellen, Miss, boards 38 Elm 
Sheehan Eugene, stone cutter, house 38 Chestnut 
Sheehan Hannah, widow John, house 10 Bridge, (Ward 1.) 
Sheehan Honora, widow James, emp Riverside Paper Co., house 75 

Walnut 
Sheehan James, mason, house 61 Elm 
Sheehan James, laborer city, house Chapin, B. V. 
Sheehan James, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., house 56 Elm 
Sheehan Jeremiah, laborer, house 55 Prospect 
Sheehan Jerry, boards 162 Dwight 

Sheehan John, emp Wauregan Paper Co., bds 10 Bridge, (Ward 1.) 
Sheehan John, overseer card room D. Mackintosh & Son, h 75 Bond 
Sheehan John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 24 Prospect 
Sheehan John, laborer, boards 42 Walnut 
Sheehan John, emp Holmes, Perkins & Co., house 93 Elm 
Sheehan John, Jr., brick mason, boards 93 Elm 
Sheehan Larry, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 42 Walnut 



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Sheehan Mary, Mrs., house 57 Elm 

Sheehan Mary, Miss, house 61 Elm 

Sheehan Mary, Mrs., house 38 Chestnut 

Sheehan Murty, laborer, house 35 Elm 

Sheehan Michael J., clerk James Shea, boards 93 Elm 

Sheehan Patrick, mason's helper, house 73 Fountain 

Sheehan Patrick, emp Kennedy & Sullivan, boards 61 East 

Sheehan Patrick, emp Conn. R. R. R., house 20 Elm 

Sheehan Thomas, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, and confectionery, 216 

Lyman, house do 
Sheehan Thomas, laborer, boards 75 Elm 
Sheehan Thomas, junk dealer, house 78 Prospect 
Sheehan Thomas J., saloon 1 Chestnut, house do 
Sheehan Thomas T., emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house 216 Lyman 
Sheehan Timothy emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., house 650 East 
Sheehan Timothy, laborer, house 27 Elm 
Sheehan & Doyle, coal and wood, 61 Elm 
Sheehan Timothy J., cigar maker, emp T. J. Anderson, rooms 152 

High 
Sheehy John, rem to Indian Orchard 

Shelby Charles F., sign painter, 32 Dwight, house 260 Walnut 
QHELDON CHRISTOPHER M., teaming, 15 Dwight, house 
O 20 West. [See page 482.] 

Sheldon Frank W., emp Winona Paper Co., house 35 Newton place 
Sheldon Henry, gardener G. C. Ewing, boards 13 John 
Sheldon Ila., Mrs., dressmaker, 136 High * 

Sheldon Silas B., emp H. M. Cook, house 35 West 
Sheldon Z. I., emp Winona Paper Co., rooms 252 Maple 
Shelley Edwin D., carriage making, 37 Chestnut, house 269 Hampden 
Shelley Frank A., emp E. D. Shelley, house 16 Hampden 
Shelley William O., clerk Judd & Parsons, boards 269 Hampden 
Shepard Adolph, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 41 Race 
Shepard Mary, Mrs , emp Parsons Paper Co., house 93 Elm 
Shepard Thomas B., bill poster, boards Samosett House 

SHEFARBSOH A. M., tinsmith, plumber and galvanized iron 
worker, 171 Main, house 204 Walnut. [See page 417.] 
Shepherd Thomas, cashier J. G. Mackintosh & Co., res Northampton 
Sheridan Bartley, emp Connor Bros., boards 22 Jackson 
Sheridan Dennis, carpenter, house 112 Race 
Sheridan John (Sheridan & Shea), house 104 Race 
Sheridan John J., carpenter, emp Hadley Co., house 14 Center 
Sheridan Patrick J., machinist, boards 112 Race 
Sheridan & Shea, (John Sheridan, Bartholomew Shea), undertakers, 

134 Maple 
Sherman Harris L., lawyer, 197 High, boards 219 Pine 
Shields Helena, Mrs., rooms 90 Race 
Shields John J., clerk Comerford & Daly, res S. H. F. 
Shine Eli, expressman, boards Delaney's block, High 
Shine John J., city express, house 51 Sargeant 
Shine Maurice, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 77 Hamilton 
Shine Michael, policeman, house 40 Taylor 
Shine Thomas, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 53 Sargeant 



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Short Ann, Miss, rooms 340 Main 
Short Bell Miss, rooms 340 Main 
Shinners John, rem to Willimansett 
Shinners William M., rem to Willimansett 
Short Pete, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Shugreau Eugene, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 11 Chestnut 
Shugreau Frank, emp J. Doyle & Co., house 47 Fountain 
Shumway Albert M., farmer, house Westfield road, B. V. 
Shumway Austin L., dry goods 173 High, house 273 Maple 
Shumway E. M., Mrs., house Willimansett 

Shute Thomas L., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 15 Wor- 
cester place 
Shuttleworth Harry, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 3 Bond 
Sicard Felix, hostler Val. Moquin, house 25 Fountain 
Sicard Joseph, emp Lyman Mills, boards 25 Fountain 
Sicard Joseph, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 538 East 
Sicard Napoleon, emp Lyman Mills, No. 1, house 114 Lyman 
Sickman Albert F., hydraulic engineer Holyoke Water Power Co., 

house 211 Walnut 
Sickman James M., civil engineer Holyoke Water Power Co., house 

156 Pine 
Sicote Eliza, widow John Baptiste, house 32 Union 
Sicote Moses, emp A. H. Childs, house 32 Union 
Side (see Cote) 

Siegars William, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, boards Germania Hotel 
Siegert August, emp Germania Mills, house South, B. V. 
Siesenguth Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 359 Park 
Silk Patrick, emp city, boards 45 Mosher 
Sill Alfred, machinist, emp J. C. Smith, house 3 Bond 
Silvy Susan Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 36 Ely 
Simmons Joseph, emp Connor Bros., house 24 Jackson 
Simon Sylvester, emp George Richards, boards 56 Union 
Simons Patrick, fireman Whiting Paper Co., house 61 Chestnut 
Simons Thomas Mrs., house 24 Elm 

Simonds Willis H., clerk Winona Paper Co., house 247 High 
Simpson James, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 482 Maple 
Simpson Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, rem to Chicago 
Sinclair John, emp Buchanan Bolt & Co.. boards 194 High 
Sinderhauf Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 351 Park 
Sing Lee, Chinese laundry, 92 Main 
Sing Wah, Chinese laundry, 141 High, house do 
Singer Manufactuing Company 31 D wight 
Sipele John, emp Connor Bros., house 289 Main 
Sisson Erastus H., removed to Brightwood 
Sittard Charles, emp Connor Bros., house 321 Park 
Skillings Thomas, dyer Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 27 Hamilton 
Skillins Willard W., trunk maker, emp 104 High, rooms 128 do 
Skinner James, foreman finishing room Franklin Paper Co., house 

South Hadley Falls 
Skinner John, emp Wm. Skinner & Son, boards South Hadley Falls 
Skinner Joseph A., emp Wm. Skinner & Son, boards 247 Pine 
Skinner Thomas, dyer Wm. Skinner & Son, house South Hadley Falls 



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Skinner William, (William Skinner & Son), house 247 Pine 
Skinner William C. (Wm. Skinner & Son), res New York City 

SKINNER WM. & SON, proprietors Unquomonk Silk Mills, 18 
Appleton cor Bigelow. [See page 390.] 
Slate Luman J., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 252 Walnut 
Slater Robert, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., boards 306 Park 
Slattery Charles, rem to St. Louis Mo. 
Slattery Dennis, emp R. F. Kelton & Co., boards 104 Race 
Slattery Edmund, emp R. F. Kelton & Co., bds Lincoln n Northampton 
Slattery John, boards 588 East 
Slattery John, house rear 29 Elm 
Slattery Michael, laborer, 32 Chestnut 
Slattery Michael, emp Lyman Mills, boards 23 Oliver 
Slattery Michael Jr., laborer, boards 32 Chestnut 
Slattery Timothy, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 82 Maple 
Slattery Timothy J., rem to West Hampton, Ct. 
Slattery William, lawyer, 73 Main, boards do 
Slattery William, boards 306 Park 

Slayton Simeon B., emp Winona Paper Co., house 60 West 
Slide James, bartender James Shea 

Slingsby Alfred J., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 78 Taylor 
Slingsby Thomas, overseer spool shop Merrick Thread Co., h 99 Race 
Sloss Catharine, widow Joseph, house 21 Oliver 
Sloss Joseph E., emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 21 Oliver 
Small Alvin C, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 96 Race 
Small James, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 31 Bridge (Ward 1) 
Small Paul A., emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Small Thomas J., repair shop Merrick Thread Co., house 96 Race 
Smalley Nicholas, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 50 Center 
Smarts John, mason-tender, house 273 High 
Smelling Daniel, emp National Blank Book Co., house 641 High 
Smith Agnes Mrs., house 37 Newton 
Smith Alvin, clerk, boards 530 Main 
Smith Ann, widow Thomas, boards 624 Main 
Smith Ann Mrs., honse 20 Worcester place 
Smith Arthur N., emp Worthington Paper Co., rooms 219 Pine 
Smith Brothers, (Daniel H. Smith, Henry A. Smith), dentists 235 High 
Smith C. Fayette, cashier City National Bank, house 184 Chestnut 
Smith Charles, laborer, house 85 High 
Smith Charles H., vinegar mfr and nurseryman, Smiths Ferry, house 

277 Maple 
Smith Clarence, emp Hadley Co., house rear 135 Lyman 
Smith Clinton A., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 52 Ely 
Smith Clinton F., piper, emp T. F. Kegan, res Northampton, Mass 
Smith Daniel H. (Smith Brothers), dentist, house 216 Walnut 
Smith Daniel P., emp Union Paper Mfg Co., house 164 High 
Smith Donald, emp Munn & Baush, house South Hadley Falls 
Smith Edna Miss., office C. W. Bryan & Co., rooms 336 Maple 
Smith Edward, emp Horse R. R. Co., boards 179 Main 
Smith Edward S., insurance agent, emp T. O'Hare, house 303 High 
Smith Eliza Mrs., house 207 Pine 
Smith Ellen Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, boards 211 Lyman 



204 HOLYOKE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Ellen S. Miss, school teacher, boards 184 Chestnut 
Smith Enos D., emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 15 Hampden 
Smith Eugene H., clerk, boards 303 High 

SMITH F. F. & CO., fish, oyster and tea store, 174 High. [See 
page 477. J 
Smith Frank D. (Wilson & Smith), house 5 East Dwight 
Smith Frank F., (F. F. Smith & Co.), house 299 Hampden 
Smith Frank P., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 7 Pearl 
Smith Fred A., bookkeeper City National Bank, res Greenfield 
Smith George, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 13 John 
Smith George F., coping agent, house 241 Dwight 
Smith George H., homoeophathic physician, office 24 Dwight, house 

317 Maple 
Smith George R., foreman Landers Bros., house Willimansett 
Smith George T., emp H. Bowker & Co, rooms 8 John 
Smith George W., blacksmith, emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 124 High 
Smith Gilbert W., clerk 25 Hampden, rooms 24 do 
Smith Hamilton S., pattern maker, Holyoke Machine Co., h 15 Taylor 
Smith Henry A., (Smith Brothers), boards 216 Walnut 
Smith Henry H., book-keeper Holyoke Warp Co., house 160 Walnut 
Smith Henry J., emp Conn. River Lumber Co., boards 48 Prospect 
Smith Henry W., emp Lyman Mills, house 132 Lyman 
Smith Hiram, expressman, house 90 Race 

Smith Hiram M., supt Holyoke Street Railway Co., house 13 Ely court 
Smith Inez Miss, emp Frank E. White, res South Hadley Falls 
Smith Ira, carpenter, house 148 High 

Smith Ira Mrs., propr City dining rooms 148 High, house do 
Smith James, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 211 L\man 
Smith James A., clerk Joseph S. Preston, Jr., boards 405 Main 
Smith James R., teller Hadley Falls National Bank, b So. Had. Falls 
Smith Jane Mrs., house 255 High 
Smith J. H. Mrs., dining room 5 Dwight, house 6 do 
Smith J. Mosely Mrs., house 184 Chestnut 
Smith John, boarding house 603 Park 
Smith John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 10 Newton 
Smith John A., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 32 Pearl 

SMITH JOHN C, machinist, blacksmith and general jobber, Big- 
elow bet Appleton and Cabot, and Race cor Cross, house 243 
Main. [See page 401.] 
Smith John Edwin, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 119 Newton 
Smith John F., removed to South Hadley Falls 
Smith John H., emp Hadley Co., house 2 West 
Smith John Howard, delivery clerk C. R. R. R. freight depot, house 

124 Chestnut 
Smith Joseph, emp R. T. Prentiss, house 127 High 
Smith Joseph, emp 23 Hampden 

Smith Joseph, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 478 Main 
Smith Joseph H., house 6 Dwight 

Smith Josiah, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 5 Hampshire 
Smith Josiah R. (Smith & Sanderson), boards 530 Main 
Smith Julia Miss, rooms 340 Main 
Smith Margaret, widow Nelson, house 48 Prospect 



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Smith Martha Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 217 High 

Smith Martin P., traveling agt, house 91 Main 

Smith Mary Ann Mrs., house 119 Newton 

Smith Matthew, emp John C. Smith, house rear 105 Walnut 

Smith Narcisse, emp R. T. Prentiss, house 101 Lyman 

Smith Ozmon D., machinist, emp Holyoke Machine Co.. h 89 Newton 

Smith Otty, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, boards 119 Newton 

Smith Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, house 8 Oliver 

Smith Roswell P., master mechanic Whiting Paper Co., h 159 Elm 

Smith Samuel, joiner, house 113 High 

Smith Samuel £>., driver steamer No. 2, house 476 Main 

Smith Susan M., widow Louis, house 96 Race 

Smith Sylvester, removed to Lee, Mass. 

Smith Terrence, fireman Connor Bros., house 219 Park 

Smith Thomas, laborer, house 211 Lyman 

Smith Thomas, overseer Horse R. R. track, boards 16 Mosher 

Smith Thomas E., emp Hadley Co., boards 16 Mosher 

Smith Thomas S., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 119 Newton 

Smith Walter J., emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 217 High 

Smith Walter N., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 45 Suffolk * 

Smith William, emp J. & W. Jolly, boards Brown's ave 

Smith William, em]) Lyman Mills, boards 7 Hampden 

Smith William, emp J. Tilley & Co., house Main, So. Hadley 

Smith William, emp J. & W. Jolly, house Brown's ave, B. V. 

Smith William H., book-keeper Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds South 

Main corner Spring, South Hadley Falls 
Smith & Sanderson (Josiah R. Smith, Robert W. Sanderson), grocers 

405 Main 
Smither Maurice, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 414 Maple 
Snedeker Edward E., machinist, emp Holyoke Machine Co., h Spring- 
field road, So. Holyoke 
Snell Joseph A. emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house 3 John 

SMELL SAMUEL, manufacturer drain and sewer pipe, patent 
stone drainer bottoms, etc., Appleton near Conn. R. R. R., h 
6 Newton. [See page 405.] 
Snover James, shipping clerk Whiting Paper Co., rooms 189 High 
Snow Felix, carpenter, house 76 Cabot 
Snow Irene, widow Elisha H., house 24 Hampden 
Snow James, machine tender Crocker Mfg, Co., boards 60 Bridge 
Snow Jeanette, widow Albert, house 1 Hampden 
Snow Melville N., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 5 Allyn 
Snow Minerva, widow Watson M., house Mechanic, B. V. 
Snow William H., asst supt Holyoke Gas Co., house 280 Maple 
Snow Willard H., clerk Dickieson, Reid & Co., rooms 303 High 
Snyder Edwin M., removed to Dalton, Mass. 
Snyder Joseph, emp Geo. P. Ellison, boards 103 Lyman 
Snyder S. A., emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Somers Aggie Miss, emp Whiting Paper Co., rooms 189 High 
Somers John, laborer, house Mechanic 
Somerville Eliza Miss, boards 68 Beech 
Somerville George A., emp A. C. Comins, house 68 Beech 
Souliere Lisotte, widow Edmund, boards 538 East 



206 HOLYOKE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Souls Selina, widow George, boards 101 Chestnut 

Soutiere Frederick, barber C. L. Paiment, rooms 103 Lyman 

Soutiere Joseph, emp Hampden Cotton Mills, boards 93 Lyman 

Spafford Frank, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 323 High 

Spafford Henry Mrs., house 323 High 

Spafford Lewis W., helper, emp A. H. Ryan, boards 57 Race 

Spalter A. M. Miss, teacher drawing, removed to Springfield 

Spamer Charles, emp George Spamer, house 201 Park 

SPAMER GEORGE, meat market 317 Park, house 319 do. [See 
page 476.] 
SPAMER THEODORE, meat market 313 Park, house 250 Wal- 
nut. [See page 474.] 
Sparks Daniel E., teamster G. P. Ellison, rooms 35 Hampden 
Sparks John L., house 203 Dwight 

Spathelf William, emp Germania Mills, house 361 Park 
Spaulding Fred H., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., h (12) 255 High 
Spear Kittie C, widow S. L., removed to Greenfield 
Spears Albert H., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 33 Sargeant 
Spears James L., meat market 57 Hampden, boarding house 17 do 
Spears Oliver J., clerk Richards & Thayer, rooms Bond 
Spears Wesley D., emp American Pad Co., boards 17 Hampden 
Spellesey Michael, emp Toomey & Shea, boards 13 John 
Spellicy John, cigar maker 62 Elm, rooms 154 High 
Spelling John, removed to Connecticut 
Spellman Dennis Mrs., boards 13 Bridge 
Spellman Jeremiah, laborer, house 36 Chestnut 
Spellman John F., emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 42 Sargeant 
Spellman Julia, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 275 Main 
Spellman Margaret, widow William, house 42 Sargeant 
Spellman Nellie, rooms 34 Newton place 

Spellman Richard, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 42 Sargeant 
Spencer Harlow B., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 33 West 
Spencer Henry B., manager Western Union Telegraph office, house 83 

Front 
Spencer Robert, emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 199 Main 
Spencer T. Henry, office manager Wauregan Paper Co., rooms 89 

Front 
Spencer Thomas W., shipping clerk Newton Paper Co., rooms 220 

Pine 
Spendelhauer Dippold, emp C. Ranger, house 181 Park 
Spenser F. M., house 37 Suffolk 

Spicer Lorenzo P., music teacher 118 High, boards 13 John 
Spillane Bridget Miss, house 631 Bridge 

Spillane Daniel, emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co, house 49 Hampden 
Spillane Ellen, widow Maurice, house 69 Walnut 
Spillane Ellen, widow James, house 16 Hampshire 
Spillane John F., emp Chemical Paper C«> , house 16 Hampshire 
Spillane Mary Miss, emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house 413 High 
Spillane Thomas, emp Conn. R. R. R., house 107 Maple 
Spooner Frederick M., clerk Sawtelle & Paul, boards 13 John 
Spooner Nathan, farmer, house Southampton road 
Spooner William O., clerk, rooms 230 High 



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Springborn Herman, house 269 Main 

Springfield Blanket Co., third level canal near Sargeant 

Sproat Andrew, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 100 Newton 

Sproul Charles W., shipping clerk Conn. Riv. Lum. Co., h 201 Dwight 

Spurr Edward, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 69 Sargeant 

Squier Laura A. Mrs., house 8 Allyn 

Squires Andrew G., emp Hadley Co., house 35 Canal 

Stache Adolph, asst designer Germania Mills, house 365 Park 

Stack Bridget Mrs., house 77 Prospect 

Stack John, emp Winona Paper Co., house 57 Bridge 

Stack Kate, widow Edward, 105 Hampden 

Stack Patrick, laborer, removed to Lowell, Mass. 

Stack Richard, fireman and watchman Hampden Cotton Mills, house 

Front cor Prospect 
Stack Richard, track repairer, housr 96 Walnut 
Stacy Charles W., emp Winona Paper Co., house 303 High 
Stacy William B., emp Winona Paper Co., boards 303 High 
Stafford James, house 287 Main 

Stafford John B., dancing master, boards Germania Hotel 
Stafford Lucy A. Miss, house 12 Adams 
"Stage" (Holyoke Opera House Programme), L. H. Orr publisher, 

office Springfield 
Stalker David, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 44 Ely 
Stalker Elizabeth, widow George H., house 44 Ely 
Stalker George R., emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 140 Beech 
Stalker James, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 44 Ely 
Stanbrough Hattie, emp Lyman Mills, rooms 158 High 
Standen Thomas, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 6 Hampshire 
Stanley Ned A., dentist with D. Holden, rooms 217 Walnut 
Stannard David C, emp Thomas McGarry, house 164 High 
Stanton Nora, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 43 Front 
Stanton Patrick, emp National Blank Book Co., rooms 454 Main 
Stapleton John F., collector Hoi Water Power Co., house 131 Pine 
Starkdale Josie, widow John, house 15 Oliver 
Starkweather Emily A. Mrs., boards 48 Bond 
Starkweather George E., house 48 Bond 
Starkweather Mary P. Mrs., house 48 Bond 
St Amour Pierre, emp Hadley Co., house 28 Oliver 
Starr Maria, widow William, boards 281 Maple 
St Clair Henry, emp G. L. Bos worth & Co., boards Lyman 
St Clair James, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 6 Mosher 
St Clair Joseph, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house Lyman 
St Cyr Moses, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 31 Cabot 
St Denis David, emp Merrick Lumber Co., boards 93 Park 
Stearns Willard W., overseer wor ted dept Farr Alpaca Co., house 

Warren, South Hadley Falls 
Stebbins Frederick M., emp E. J. Pomeroy, bds Northampton, I. P. 
Stebbins Harry D., clerk Nourse & McCammon, rooms (16) 235 High 
Stebbins Mrs., rooms 235 High 
Stebbins Murty, painter, house 2 Dwight 
Stebbins Robert, emp Valley Paper Co., house 38 Ely 
Stebbins Timothy, clerk 293 Main, rooms 85 Lyman 



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Stebbins Toussaint, erap Prentiss Wire Works, house 13 Prospect 

Stebbins Wm. H. H. (Percy & Stebbins), house 195 Dwight 

Stedman James L., clerk-Sears & Co., rooms 526 South Canal 

Stedman Lawrence, house 245 Dwight 

Stedman William S. (Judd Paper Co.), residence Northamptou 

Stee e Carrie Miss, boards 133 Oak 

Steele Maggie, domestic 530 Main 

Steiger Frank, emp Nash, Holmes &Co., house 213 Lyman 

Steiger George, emp Holmes, Perkins & Co., rooms 95 Main 

Steinbag Herman, emp Germania Mills, house 661 Main 

Steitz Frederick, butcher, boards 17 Hampden 

Steitz Theodore, second hand furniture and expressman,330 Park, h do 

Sterns Edward H. (Worthington Paper Co.), residence Springfield 

Stetson Cyrus J., carpenter, house 146 Beech 

Stetson Walter E., carpenter, boards 146 Beech 

Steven Matthew, bartender, boards 85 Lyman 

Stevens Joseph, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 3 Dwight 

Stevens Richard, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 282 Park 

Stevens William, saloon 301 Park and confectionery 282 Park h do 

Stevenson May, rooms 5 Newton place 

Stevenson Thomas A., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 52 Sargeant 

Stewart Nichol, emp Franklin Paper C >., h 112 Summer (Ward 1) 

Stewart [See also Stuart] 

St George George, emp Holmes, Perkins & Co., house 43 High 

St George Magloire Mrs., house 105 Lyman 

St Germain Isadore, house 101 Lyman 

St Germaine Isadore, removed to Hartford, Ct 

Stickles William, emp H. & W. R. R., boards 30 Appleton 

Stiles Elizabeth Miss, boards 211 High 

Stiles Sarah E. Miss, emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 74 Race 

Stiles Thomas, emp removed to England 

Stiles William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 74 Bond 

Still Arthur J., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 287 Main 

Still Isaac W., overseer dyeing Merrick Thread Co., house 215 Elm 

Still Mary W. Mrs., boards 215 Elm 

Still William H., emp Merrick Thread Co., house 76 Cabot 

Stimpson Charles E., receiving clerk boards So. Hadley Falls 

STIMPSON C. N. pianos and organs, Chas. H. Topham agent, 55 
Dwight. [Seepage 433.] 
St Jacques Albert, lather, boards 118 High 
St Jacques Andrea, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 3 Fountain 
St Jacques Celina Mrs., house 118 High 

St Jacques Elphege, emp Frank Octo &, Co., 71 High, h 118 do 
St Jacques Rosalie Mrs., house 118 High 
St James James, removed to Providence 
St. James Margaret, Mrs., house rear 109 Walnut. 
St Jean Azarie, shoemaker, 18 Fountain, house do 
St Jean Demars, emp C. R. Pulp Mill, house 56 Union 
St Jean Francois X., emp W. H. May berry, rooms 158 High 
St Jerome Institute, Hampden corner Elm 

St John Almina Mrs., dress and cloak making, 255 High, house do 
St John Aurilla Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 530 Main 



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St John Harmidas, erap Nash, Holmes & Co., boards 93 Park 

St John John, carpenter, 255 High, house do 

St John John, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 5 Park 

St. John Lucretia, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 530 Main 

St John Peter, house 55 Park 

St John Sophia, widow Frank, house 811 High 

St Louis Francis, plasterer, house 93 Lyman 

St Martin Ade ine, widow Peter, boards 538 East 

St Man in Alexander, laborer, house 512 East 

St Martin Alfred, carpenter, boards 538 East 

St Martin Peter, carpenter, house 646 East 

St Martin Theophilus, carpenter, house 538 East 

Stocker George, machine tender Wauregan Paper Co.,- rms 140 Beach 

Stone C. E., emp Wm. B. Whi'injr & Co., boards 13 John 

Stone Claude W., cigar maker, removed to Little Rock, Ark. 

Stone Edward, emp H. Seymour Cutlery Co., house 289 Main 

Stone Emerson W., clerk J. Tilley & Co., house So. Hadley Falls 

Stone Frederick H., engineer, Holyoke Water Power Co., house 813 

High 
Stone James O., emp J. Tilley & Co., house Williamansett 
Stone John, mason, house 646 East 
Stone John, emp M. P. Conway, rooms 143 Pine 
Stone John, emp G. L. Bosworth & Co., house Hampden 
Stone Josiah E , treas. Bridgeport Paper Co., office at Witjona Paper 

Co., rooms 2 Bowers, cor East D wight 
Stone Win., emp J. & W. Jolly, house 805 High 
Stone (see also Laroche, also Lapierre). 
St Onge Kelicitie, widow Frezean, boards 103 Lyman 
St. Onge Madame Eloise, midwife, house 656 East* 
Storey Ellen Miss, emp Lyman Mills, house 21 Oliver 
Storey Leslie, boards 21 Oliver 

Storey James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 151 Main 
Storey Matthew, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 24 Hampden 
St Peter John, teamster C. M. Sheldon, house 61 Center 
St Peter Joseph, carpenter, house 652 East 
St Pierre Henri, carpenter, house 25 Cabot 
St Pierre Joseph S., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 131 Park 
St Pierre Joseph, emp Beebe & Holbrook, boards 16 Canal 
St Pierre Joseph, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 51 Union 
St Pierre Michel, house 47 Union 

St Pierre Peter, emp Beebe, Webber & Co., house 653 Summer 
St Pierre Rose Miss, house 652 Fast 

Strain William H., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 88 Race 
Stratton David, teacher, Chestnut street school, h 241 West D wight 
Stratton Henry J. W., overseer Springfield Blanket Co., house 539 

South Canal 
Stratton Homer J., bookkeeper Wauregan Paper Company, residence 

Williamansett 
Stratton John H., carpenter, rooms 26 Newton Place 
Straub John, emp Germania Mills, house 363 Park 
Street Austin D., farmer, house Northampton I. P. 
Street Edwin, farmer, house Northampton I. P. 

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Street John, farmer, house Northampton, I. P. 

Street Lucina, widow Philo W., house Northampton, I. P. 

Strickland D wight A., drug clerk Chase Bros., boards 292 Maple 

Strong Arthur, machinist, removed to Colorado 

Strong Chester, yeast peddler, house 13 Taylor 

Strong Fred., emp Chester Strong, boards 13 Taylor 

Strong Henry, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 636 Main 

Strong, (see Fortier) 

Struthers James, emp Albion Paper Co., rooms 35 Hampden 

Stryker Isaac P., boards 231 Cabot 

Stryker M. Woolsey Rev., pastor Second Cong, church, h 231 Cabot 

Stuart Lizzie Miss, boards 468 Main 

Stuart R. Frank, emp Albion Paper Co., h South B. V. 

Stumpf John H., removed to Lee, Mass. 

Stursberg Her ;.an, treasurer Germania Mills, residence N. Y. 

Stursberg Herman Jr., agent Germania Mills, house 139 Chestnut 

Sturtevant Dennison M., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 601 

South Canal 
Sturtevant Frank A., emp Whitmore Mfg. Co., house 15 Taylor 
Sturtevant Fred H., clerk Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., res Springfield 
St Vincent, Sister, Lady Superior Convent of Grey Nuns 
Suessengirt Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 359 Park 
Sugrue Eugene, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 11 Chestnut 
Sugrue Frank, emp James Doyle, boards 47 Fountain 
Sugrue Michael, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 19 Adams 
Sugrue Roger, laborer, house 51 Adams 
Sugrue Thomas, fish market, 614 Bridge, house 34 Adams 
Sullivan Ann Mrs., emp Valley Paper Co., house 55 Ely 
Sullivan Annie Miss, emp Boston Dry Goods store, boards 36 Center 
Sullivan Bridget, widow Daniel, house rear 57 Maple 
Sullivan Bridget, widow William, saloon, 159 Lyman, house 86 

Maple 
Sullivan Bridget, Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 36 Center 
Sullivan Catharine, widow Patrick, house 653 High 
Sullivan Charles, emp Albion Paper Co., boards 43 Front 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house 65 Elm 

Sullivan Cornelius, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 58 Walnut 
Sullivan Cornelius, emp city, house 454 Maple 
Sullivan Cornelius F., emp Kennedy & Sullivan, house 35 Canal 
Sullivan Cornelius J., emp Holyoke Envelope Co., boards 118 Race 
Sullivan Cornelius M., hostler, C. B. & J. A. Davis, rooms 243 Elm 
Sullivan Daniel, emp Valley Paper Co., house 110 Hampden 
Sullivan Daniel, emp Lynch Bros., house re ir 91 Elm 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house 77 Elm 
Sullivan Daniel, emp Hadley Co., house 71 Lyman 
Sullivan Daniel P., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 199 Lyman 
Sullivan Dennis, emp Lynch Bros., house 27 Chestnut 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, boards 137 Maple 
Sullivan Dennis, emp Conn. R. R. R., house 211 Lyman 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house 63 Ely 

Sullivan Dennis E., boots and shoes, 209 High, house 160 Pine 
Sullivan Dennis J., emp Kennedy & Sullivan, house 13 Center 



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Sullivan Dennis J., saloon 90 and 94 High, boards 36 Center 

Sullivan Edward, emp D. F. Cogblan, boards 139 East 

Sullivan Ellen, widow Patrick, house 56 Bridge 

Sullivan Ellen, w^dow Michael, house 77 Elm 

Sullivan Ellen, widow Michae 1 , house 3u Hamilton 

Sullivan Ellen Mrs., house 95 Elm 

Sullivan Ellen Miss, emp Hadley Co., house 137 Maple 

Sullivan Eugene, house 187 Lyman 

Sullivan Eugene, emp Munn & Baush, boards Northampton 

Sullivan Eugene, junk dealer, boards 93 Fountain 

Sullivan George, emp Winona Paper Co., boards 229 Main 

Sullivan Hannah, widow John, house 41 Chestnut 

Sullivan Humphrey, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, rooms 109 Maple 

Sullivan James, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 140 Maple 

Sullivan James, laborer, house 109 Maple 

Sullivan James, laborer, house 72 Pine 

Sullivan James, wool sorter, house 7 Chestnut 

Sullivan James, laborer, house rear 210 Lyman 

Sullivan James, laborer, house rear 44 Elm 

Sullivan James H., emp Lyman Mills, house 21 Hampden 

Sullivan Jeremiah, house 36 Front 

Sullivan Jeremiah, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 633 Bridge 

Sullivan Jeremiah, printer, boards 36 Chestnut 

Sullivan Jeremiah Mrs., house 214 Lyman 

Sullivan Jeremiah, rem to Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Sullivan Jeremiah, emp William B. Whiting &Co., house 162 Lyman 

Sullivan Jeremiah A., clerk 209 High, house 160 Pine 

SULLIVAN JEREMIAH F., meat market, 140 High, house 
265 Dwight. [Seepage 470.] 
Sullivan Johanna, house 46 Summer 
Sullivan Johanna Mrs., boards 33 Chestnut 
Sullivan John, laborer, boards 33 Chestnut 
Sullivan John, emp City, boards 82 Maple 

Sullivan John, emp Albion Paper Co., house 33 East (Ward 1) 
Sullivan John, emp T. F. Kegan, boards 101 Walnut 
Sullivan John, house 93 Walnut 
Sullivan John, emp J. Delaney, boards 7 Oliver 
Sullivan John, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 636 Main 
Sullivan John, laborer, 61 Walnut 
Sullivan John, emp Germania Mills, house 118 Race 
Sullivan John, laborer, boards 142 Pine 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 123 Hampden 
Sullivan John, emp R. T. Prentiss, boards 135 Lyman 
Sullivan John, laborer, house 54 High 
Sullivan John, emp City, house 37 Bridge 
Sullivan John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 23 Prospect 
Sullivan John, emp Conn. R. R. R., boards 56 Elm 
Sullivan John F., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 118 Race 
Sullivan John J., emp Albion Paper Co., house 66 Bridge 
Sullivan John J., (Kennedy & Sullivan), house 49 Bridge 
Sullivan John J., emp Lyman Mills, house 118 Lyman 
Sullivan John J., shoemaker, 47 Walnut, house do 



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Sullivan John J., emp Chemical Paper Co., house 145 Main 
Sullivan John L., house 79 Lyman, 
Sullivan John M., emp Hadley Co., house 139 East 
Sullivan John N., plumber, H. C. Carrington & Co., bds 201 Lyman 
Sullivan Joseph, emp City, boards 7 Hampden 
Sullivan Josia, Miss, waiter, Windsor Hotel 
Sullivan Julia, widow Patrick, house 413 Maple 
Sullivan Julia, Miss, domestic Holyoke House 
Sullivan Julia, Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 41 Chestnut 
Sullivan Julia, widow P. B., house 10 Center 
Sullivan Kate, Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 209 Beech 
Sullivan Kate, widow Daniel, house 13 Center 
Sullivan Kate A. Miss, house 118 Maple 

Sullivan Lawrence J., overseer Crocker Mfg Co., h 28 Bridge (Ward l) 
Sullivan Maggie, Miss, waiter, Mrs. Ira Smith, rooms 148 High 
Sullivan Margaret, Miss, house 36 Center 
Sullivan Margaret, widow Jeremiah, house rear 57 Maple 
Sullivan Martin, laborer, house 22 Elm 
Sullivan Mary, widow Patrick, boards 85 Hampden 
Sullivan Mary, widow Philip, house 135 Lyman 
Sullivan Mary, widow Matthew, house 641 High 
Sullivan Mary, widow John, house 651 High 
Sullivan Mary, emp Lyman Mills, boards 7 Hampden 
Sullivan Mary Miss, house 651 High 

Sullivan Mary Miss, emp Hadley Co., boards 41 Chestnut 
Sullivan Mary Miss, house 586 East 
Sullivan Mary Miss, waiter Barr's, boards 82 Maple 
Sullivan Mary Mrs., house 12 Oliver 
Sullivan Mary Mrs., house 171 Lyman 
Sullivan Mary M. Miss, house 32 Chestnut 
Sullivan Matthew, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 90 Lyman 
Sullivan Maurice, brick mason, emp Landers Bros., house 82 Maple 
Sullivan Maurice, teamster, emp Landers Bros., house 110 Hampden 
Sullivan Maurice B., emp Lemuel Sears & Co., boards 56 Bridge 
Sullivan Maurice F., emp Kennedy & Sullivan, house 95 Elm 
Sullivan Michael, carpenter, F. F. O'Neill, boards 175 High 
Sullivan Michael, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 43 Elm 
Sullivan Michael, emp Conn. R. R. R., boards 91 Elm 
Sullivan Michael, house 162 Dwight 
Sullivan Michael, emp H. & W. R. R., boards 61 Elm 
Sullivan Michael, emp John C. Smith, boards 13 John 
Sullivan Michael, emp Hadley Co., house 9 Center 
Sullivan Michael, boards 7 Oliver 
Sullivan Michael, emp city house 73 Walnut 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, house 91 Hampden 
Sullivan Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., house 19 Chestnut 
Sullivan Michael D., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 415 Maple 
Sullivan Michael F., emp city, boards 31 East 

Sullivan Michael J., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 113 Sargeant 
Sullivan Michael O., plasterer, house Sargeant 

Sullivan M. J., piano and organs and music teacher, 65 Dwight, res 
Chicopee 



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Sullivan Mortimer, saloon, 35 Maple, house do 

Sullivan Mortimore E., butcher J. F. Sullivan, boards 275 Dwigt 

Sullivan Nora, Miss, laundress Windsor Hotel 

Sullivan Nancy, widow John, house 145 Main 

Sullivan Patrick, upholsterer, house 77 Elm 

Sullivan Patrick, gardener and boarding-house, 23 Oliver 

Sullivan Patrick, emp Hampden Cotton Mills 109 Maple 

Sullivan Patrick, clerk T. & J. Dillon, boards 63 Ely 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, boards 61 Walnut 

Sullivan Patrick, emp Hoi. Water Power Co., h 32 Summer (Ward 1) 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house 109 Wanlut 

Sullivan Patrick E., policeman, house 156 D wight 

Sullivan Patrick H., fireman Albion Paper Co., house 49 Fountain 

Sullivan Patrick J., clerk C. O'Leary, boards 70 Pine 

Sullivan Patrick J., junk dealer, house 91 Fountain 

Sullivan Sarah widow Daniel, house 101 Walnut 

Sullivan Sylvester emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 91 Elm 

Sullivan Thomas, emp Connor Bros., boards 664 Bridge 

Sullivan Thomas, emp Lynch Bros., house 81 Elm 

Sullivan Thomas, boards Prospect 

Sullivan Thomas, emp Conn. R. R. R., boards 81 Fountain 

Sullivan Thomas, fireman and watchman, Crocker Mfg. "Co., house 
East Dwight, cor Bridge 

Sullivan Thomas, blacksmith, house 71 Walnut 

Sullivan Thomas E., grocer 185 Lyman, boards 187 do 

Sullivan Timothy, farmer, Chicopee road 

Sullivan Timothy, house 142 Pine 

Sullivan Timothy, emp Holyoke Glazed Paper Co., house 21 Worces- 
ter place 

Sullivan Timothy, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 31 East 

Sullivan William A., laborer, house rear 139 Lyman 

Sumner William J., agent Victor water wheel, mechanical and mill 
engineer, 6 Dwight, h<>use 50 Pleasant 

Surprenant Michel, peddler, 32 Union 

Sutliffe James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 7 Hampshire 

Sutliffe William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 94 Bond 

Swain Chas. L., hydraulic engineer Water Power Co., h 202 Beech 

Swallow Joseph, Mrs., boards 530 Main 

Swan C. Abbie, teacher, rooms 336 Maple 

Swan Isabella, widow Edwin R., boards 23 Worcester place 

Sweeney Daniel, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, boards 224 Lyman 

Sweeney Edward, emp Merrick Thread Co., h Sargeant, between 1st 
and 2d canal 

Sweeney Jerry, emp Valley Paper Co., boards 13 John 

Sweeney John, boards 15 Hampden 

Sweeney John, rem to Newark, N. J. 

Sweeney John, emp R. T. Prentiss, rooms 194 High 

Sweeney Johanna, Mrs., house 224 Lyman 

Sweeney Patrick, emp R. T. Prentiss, boards 15 Hampden 

Sweeney Patrick E., foreman Clark W. Bryan & Co., res Springfield 

Sweeney Thomas F., house 89 Fountain 

Sweet Burton W., emp W. H. Abbott, house 287 West Hampden 



214 HOLYOKE [T] DIRECTORY. 

Sweetser Andrew, emp Connor Bros., house 598 South Canal 

Sweetser Charles A., house 194 High 

Sweetser Mary J., widow Joseph, rem to Palmer 

Swenson Carl, laborer, house 535 Bridge 

Swind Nicholas, cigar mfg, 62 Elm, house 309 Dwight 

Swords James, emp H. C. Carrington & Co., boards 211 Lyman 

Swords Patrick, emp H. C. Carrington & Co., boards So. Had. Falls 

Swords Peter, emp Albion Paper Co., house So. Hadley Falls 

Swords Peter, Jr., emp H. C. Carrington, & Co., boards So. Had. Falls 

Swovelin Foster, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 269 Main 

Sykes George, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, rooms 132 Cabot 

Syms Ruel S., asst. Superintendent Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 

3 East Dwight 
Syms William E., mill manager and supt. Syms & Dudley Paper Co., 

house 190 Pine 
CYMS & DUDLEY PAPER CO., (George E. Dudley treasurer 
U William E. Syms mill manager), second level canal, opp Canal. 
[See page 367.] 

Taber Cyrus H., (Hubbard & Taber), rooms 180 Walnut after 

March 1st, 272 High 
Taber Frank L., (Taber & Chapman), house 215 Dwight 
Taber Henry C, emp Valley Paper Co., rooms 121 Elm 
Taber Luther A., house 217 Dwight 

TABER & CHAPMAN, (Frank L Taber, Eugene M. Chapman), 
jewelers, watchmakers and repairs, 183 High. [See front col- 
ored page.] 
Taff John, emp Crocker Mfg. Co., boards 20 Oliver 
Taff Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., house 66 High 
Taft Edward C, agent and treasurer Albion Paper Co., h 25 Suffolk 
Taft John McMahon, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 22 Oliver 
Talbot Wales W., night watchman S. J. Hobbs, bds Samosett House 
Talham George, emp Connor Bros., boards 306 Park 
Tanguay Adelia, house 121 High 
Tanguay Caroline, house 121 High 
Tanguay Emelie, house 121 High 

Tanguay Joseph A., machinist Unquomonk Silk Mill, h 34 Appleton 
TANGUAY JOSEPH 0., physician, 60 Race, house do. [See 
1 [page 439.] 

Tanguay Wilfred, clerk, rem to Canada 
Tapley John C, clerk Crafts & Fraser, rooms 276 High 
Tardie Amable, house 19 Adams 

Tardy Albert, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 598 South Canal 
Taro [See Thereault] 

Tarte Hector, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 131 Park 
Tatro Abraham, boards Back street 
Tatro Felix, laborer, boards Back street 
Tatro Frank, laborer, boards Back street 
Tatro Michael, farmer, Back street, B. V. 
Tatro Peter, barber, 361 Main, boards 48 Park 
Tatro [See Tetrault] 
Taube Charles, book-keeper Germania Mills, boards 620 East 



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Tauscher Franz, emp Connor Bros., house 315 Park 

Taylor Albert D., foreman R. T. Prentiss, house 202 Pine 

Taylor Charles E., emp Holyoke Paper Box Co., rooms 252 Maple 

Taylor Charles F., manager Holyoke Paper Box Co., res Springfield 

Taylor Charles L., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 243 Main 

Taylor Edwin B., clerk C. H. Woodsum & Co., rooms (13) 225 High 

Taylor Ellen, widow Martin, house 644 Summer 

Taylor Fred O., emp F. F., Smith & Co., house 158 High 

Taylor Hammond, laborer, house 696 East 

Tavlor Herbert, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 5 John 

Taylor Herbert W. A., clerk C. H. Woodsum & Co., res So. Had. F. 

Taylor John, boards 644 Summer 

Taylor Joshua, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 172 Cabot 

Taylor Rachel J., widow Joseph, boards 6 Essex 

Taylor Robert, emp T. F. Kegan, boards 84 Race 

Taylor William, emp C. S rong, boards 13 Taylor 

Taylor William L., driver Am. Ex. Co., rooms 123 Main 

Teahan Johanna Mrs., house 51 Elm 

Teahan Michael J., house 60 Lyman 

Teahan William, emp Whiting Paper Co. No 1, house 14 Lyman 

Tebedo Louis, emp Riverside Paper Co , boards 22 West 

Tebodo Alfred, locksmith 156 Maple, rooms 121 do 

Tebodo [See Thibodeau] 

Tehan John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 89 Race 

Tehan Joseph, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 89 Race 

Temperance Hall, 238 Maple 

Temple Fremont, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 77 Pleasant 

Temple George E., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house 61 Center 

Temple James, emp Union Paper Mfg Co., house 5 Newton 

Temple of Honor Hall, 235 Hit>h 

Tancelint James, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, house 2 High 

Tennant James, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 86 Bond 

Tenny Arthur B., removed to New York city 

Tero Rock, bartender G. F. Barry, rooms 7 Main 

Tero [See Thereault] 

Terrant Frank, emp Hampden Cotton Mills, boards 10 Front 

Terreau Arthur, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 576 East 

Terren Alexander, saloon 115 Lyman, house 1 13 do 

Terry George, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 16 Mosher 

Terry Hubbell P., cashier Had. Falls National Bank, h 164 Chestnut 

Testing Flume, Holyoke Water Power Co , rear Cabot street mill 

Tetrault Adolphe, carpenter, house 40 Main 

Tetrault Adolphe, clerk, removed to Canada 

Tetrault Frederick, emp C. M. Sheldon, boards 14 Canal 

Tetrault Gilbert J., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 57 Bond 

Tetrault Henry, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 68 Cabot 

Tetrault Henry O., farmer, house 70 Cabot 

Tetrault Hyacinthe Mrs., house 72 Cabot 

Terrault John, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 70 Cabot 

Tetrault Joseph, emp Newton Paper Co , house 133 High 

Tetrault Joseph, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 656 East 

Tetrault Joseph, emp J. C. Newton, house 14 Canal 



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Tetrault Louis, carpenter Holyoke Water Power Co., house 48 Park 

Tetrault Louis, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 70 Cabot 

Tetrault Michel, emp Conn. R. Lura. Co., boards Back street, B. V. 

Tetrault Michael, farmer, house Westfield road 

Tetrault Narcisse, teamster, boards 105 Lyman 

Tetrault Olivia Mrs., dressmaker, house 656 East 

Tetrault Peter, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 628 Summer 

Tetrault Prosper, emp Watson Ely & Son, house 25 Fountain 

Tetrault [See Tatro] 

Tetreault Norbert, carpenter, house Rock Valley, West Holyoke 

Tewell David, boarding house 76 Race 

Tewell John, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 134 Lyman 

Thanasse Joseph, removed t<> Springfield 

Thaude William, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 635 Summer 

Thayer Edward C, clerk S. S. Morse, rooms 66 West 

Thayer Experience, widow Charles H., rooms 15 Hampden 

Thayer Henry L., emp Valley Paper Co., house, South, B. V. 

Thayer James N. (Richards & Thayer), house 187 Chestnut 

Thayer Wales P., emp Sawtelle & Paul, house 244 Hampden 

Thereault Arthur, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 576 East 

Thereault Malvina Mrr., boards 572 East 

Therien Alexandre, saloon 115 Lyman, house 113 do 

Therien Damien, removed to Southbridge 

Therien Francis, house 126 High 

Therien Francis, mason, house F'ont cor Frospect 

Therien Joseph, emp Conn. R. Pulp Co., house 44 Cabot 

Therien Thomas, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 542 East 

Thetreault, Joseph PI., clerk Dickieson, Reid & Co., boards 1 John 

Thibeault Azarie, carpenter, house 131 Park 

Thibeault Celeste, carpenter, removed *to Northampton 

Thibodeau Gilbert, emp George Richards, house I 11 Lyman 

Thibodeau Williams, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 4 Potvin av 

Thibodeau Theode, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 23 Fountain 

Thiele Charles, tailor, house 267 Park 

Thiele Wilhelmina Mrs., house 267 Park 

Thieme Morris, painter F. D. Cordes, boards 221 Walnut 

Thieme William M., editor Holyoke Journal 392 High, house School, 

So. Hadley Falls 
Thomas Edward B., watchman Conn. R. Lumber Co., h 77 Pleasant 
Thomas Gilbert W., emii Thorpe Brothers, house Northampton, I. P. 
Thomas Harry, emp National Blank Rook Co., rooms Germania Hotel 

THOMAS HENRY, lithographer, engraver. and printer, Bowers 
& Mosher's building, opposite H. & W. R. R. depot, house 125 
Newton. [See page 443.] 
Thomas Hermidas, emp Holyoke Bone Co., boards 54 Union 
Thomas Josiah, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 169 Dwight 
Thomas Robert, carpenter, boards 20 Bond 
Thompson Adam G., emp Valley Paper Co., house 60 Bridge 
Thompson Archibald, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 306 Dwight 
Thompson David, engineer Holyoke Paper Co., house 181 Park 
Thompson David Jr., removed to New Jersey 
Thompson Euphemie, widow John, rooms 25 Bond 



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Thompson Frank L., emp Prentiss Wire Mill, house 81 Newton 

Thompson Gideon, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 37 Sergeant 

Thompson Hugh, stone cutter, emp Jackson & McCormick, bds 46 Race 

Thompson James, overseer Holyoke Warp Co., house 518 Main 

Thompson James, overseer card room, Lyman Mills, No. 1, 97 Front 

Thompson James, emp Union Paper Mfg Co., rooms 397 Main 

Thompson J. C. Rev., boards 220 Pine 

Thompson John, emp National Blank Book Co., rooms Worcester PI 

Thompson Levi, paper maker, bds 85 Main 

Thompson Mary, emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 24 Hampden 

Thompson P. E., emp Prentiss Wire Mills, house So. Hadley Falls 

Thompson Robert, removed to Boston 

Thompson Robert, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 636 Main 

Thompson Robert emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 1, house 21 John 

Thomson Sarah, widow Walter, house 35 Sargeant 

Thomson George T., emp C. W. Bryan & Co., house 35 Mosher 

Thomson W. B., emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards 35 Sargeant 

Thornton Michael, farmer, house 119 Pine 

Thorpe Ann, widow Henry, house 77 Race 

THORPE BEOS. (C. L. & G. L. Thorpe), carpenters and builders, 
shop School. [See page 495.] 
Thorpe Charles L., (Thorpe Bros.), house 12 School 
Thorpe Ely B., milk peddler, house 55 Pleasant 
Thorpe George L., (Thorpe Bros.), house 16 Miller 
Thorpe James, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 19 Mosher 
Thorpe James A Mrs., house 16 Miller 
Thorpe John C, farmer, house Northampton, I. P. 
Thorpe J. R., farmer, house Northampton, I. P. 
Thorpe Lyman F., gardener, house 256 Hampden 
Thorpe Lyman F., carpenter, house 46 Taylor 
Thorpe Thomas, emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 275 Main 
Thorpe William S., house 67 Pleasant 
Tice William W., photographer, house Ingleside 
Tierney David, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 104 Race 
Tierney James, lawyer, 217 High, rooms 106 do 
Tierney John, emp Winona Paper Co., rooms 11 Hampden 
Tierney Thomas J., law student, 217 High, rooms 106 do 
Tilley Clifton F., salesman, John Tilley & Co., b South Hadley Falls 
Tilley John (J. Tilley & Co.), residence Granby 
Tilley John & Co., (John Tilley, C. L. Kellogg, S. E. Montague), 

furniture, carpets and bedding, 109, 111 and 115 Main 
Timayenis Mary Mrs., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 13 Newton 
Timmins James, overseer card rooms Germania Mills, h 27 Jackson 
Timmins Mary, widow Patrick, house 217 Park 

Tinker Edwin P., bookkeeper Holyoke Savings Bank, house 53 Essex 
Tirrell Isaac, master mechanic Whiting Paper Co., house 58 Race 
Titus Edward W., letter-carrier, house 43 Appleton 
Titus Leonard, emp A. C. Nevins, house 21 Taylor 
Toal James, emp Tuttle Rubber Works, house 163 Main 
Toal Mark, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Toal Sarah Mrs., removed to South Hadley Falls 
Tolland James emp Chemical Paper Co., house 45 Hamilton 



218 HOLYOKE [T] DIRECTORY. 



Tolland William, emp Wauregan Paper Co., boards 45 Hamilton 

Tolson William, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, house 482 Maple 

Tomlinson E. Mrs., boarding-house, 70 Canal, (Ward 1) 

Tomlinson John A., printer, boards 70 Canal, (Ward 1) 

Tonie emp Germania Mills, boards Germania Hotel 

Toole James W., supt. Riverside Paper Co., house 513 South Canal 

Toole Mathew, boards 217 Park 

Toomey Dennis J., (Toomey & Shea), house 107 Elm 

Toomey Kate, widow John, house 83 Race 

TOOMEY & SHEA, (Dennis J. Toomey, John F. Shea), carpen- 
ters, shop 107 Elm near Dwjght. [See page 496.] 
Topham Ann, boards 23 Bond 
Topham Augustus, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 29 Bond 

TOPHAM CHARLES H., agent C. N. Stimpson, 55 Dwight, 
house 232 Maple, [See page 433.] 
Topham Jonathan, overseer dressing and twisting dept Farr Alpaca 

Co., house South B. V. 
Topham Wm. H., asst overseer twisting dept Farr Alpaca Co., house 

23 Bond 
Topier Joseph, house 672 East 

Topier Joseph Jr., laborer, house 672 East | 

Topliffe Maria E., Mrs., house 212 Walnut 
Topp Moses, farmer, house Southampton road 
Torrance Chas. E., supt Holyoke Machine Co., house Northampton, 

B. V. 
Torrance Marlin, farmer, house Northampton, B. V. 
Touhill Daniel, emp Winona Paper Co., house 48 Summer 
Touhill John, emp Lyman Mills, house 134 Lyman 
Toupin Vital, removed to Springfield, Mass. 
Tourtellot George W., shipping clerk, C. R. R. R. freight depot, 

house Williamansett 
Tourtellot James E., draughtsman, Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 121 

Elm 
Tower Ashley B., (D. H. & A. B. Tower), house 23 Essex 
Tower Charles H., (Phelps & Tower), house 71 Pleasant 
Tower Charles H., civil engineer D. H. & A. B. Tower, boards 2 

Whiting avenue 
Tower David H. (D. H. & A. B. Tower), boards Windsor Hotel 

TOWER D. H. & A. B., (David H. Tower, Ashley B. Tower), 
architects, civil and mechanical engineers, 63 Main. [See page 
494.] 
Tower Harvey R., eds;e gilder, house 2 Whiting avenue 
Tower James P., clerk Franklin Paper Co., res Springfield 
Tower Theodore, civil engineer and draughtsman, emp D. H. & A. B. 

Tower, rooms 23 Essex 
Towne Frank B., paymaster, Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards Main 

cor Pleasant, South Hadley Falls 
Towne Fred M., book-keeper, Franklin Paper Co., boards Willimansett 
Townsend William H., emp Cain & Kilburn, house 4 Pleasant 
Tracey Charles, hostler, S. T. Miller, house 58 Main 
Tracy Clarence H., clerk O. O. Doolittle, house 151 Walnut 
Train Edgar R., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 38 Race 






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HOLYOKE [T] DIRECTOKY. 219 



TRANSCRIPT PUBLISHING CO., (W. S. Loomis, W. G. 

1 Dwight), publishers Daily and Weekly Transcript. Book and 
Job Printers, Transcript building, 182 High. [See opppage.] 
Treant Isaie, shoemaker, house 255 High 

Tremblay Cleophas, emp Newton Paper Co., house 603 Summer 
Tremblay David, emp F. Octo & Co., house 40 Fountain 
Tremblay Joseph, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 57 Bond 
Tremblay Joseph Jr., (Tremblay & Codaire), boards 57 Bond 
Tremblay Onesime, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 4 Potvin ave 
Tremblay & Codaire, (Joseph Tremblay, Jr., Napoleon Codaire), dry 

goods and millinery, 345 and 347 Main 
Tremere Fannie Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 77 Newton 
Trent John, emp A. C. Nevins, boards 153 Hampden 
Treworgy Henry H., clerk Philander Moore, rooms 202 Walnut 
Treworgy Nancy J., widow William, boards 202 Walnut 
Trikorn Otto, cutter, house 321 Park 
Trouin Marcile, house 121 Park ♦ 

Trouin Marcile Jr., emp Counor Bros., boards 121 Park 
Troy John F., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 668 Bridge 
Truchon John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 45 Front 
Truax Clarence C, emp Lyman Mills No. 1, house 67 Front 
Trudeau Norbert, house 47 Union 

Trudeau Norbert Jr., emp Holyoke Bone Co., boards 47 Union 
Trudel Daniel, laborer, removed to Canada 
Trudel Louis Mrs., house 121 Maple 
Trudel Siphrose, lather, house 8 Oliver 
Trudel Trefle, lather, house 5 Union 
Trysdale Thomas, removed to Hartford, Ct., 
Tucker Edmund, painter, house 158 High 
Tucker Ida, Miss, rooms 23 West 

Tucker John H., emp Holyoke Machine Co., rooms 74 Race 
Tucker Mary, widow Patrick, house 49 Bridge 
Tucker Mary, widow David, house 105 Beech 

Tucker Thos. J., emp Union Paper Mfg Co., bds 49 Bridge, (Ward 1) 
Tuite Nicholas G. emp C. W. Bryan & Co., house South B. V. 
Tulloch William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 145 Main 
Tully James, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 28 Adams 
Tupper E. T., supt card dept Whiting Paper Co., res Springfield 
Turcotte Joseph, Mrs., boards 582 East 

Turcotte Pierre, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 582 East 
Turgeon Jerome, house 576 East 

TTJRGEON LOUIS A., building mover and expressman, office 
and house 80 Park. [See page 483.] 
Turner C. H., removed to Boston, Mass., 
Turner Frank H., rooms 11 Newton place 
Turner Lina, Mrs., emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 235 Main 
Turner Walter, emp A. C. Nevins, house 120 Walnut 
Turner William, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 576 Bridge 
Turner William I., foreman wood shop Fenton & Dunn, h 120 Linden 
Turn Hall, 622 Bridge 

Tuttle A. T. & Son (Augustus T. and Eugene A. Tuttle), grocers 162 
High, and High cor Essex 



220 HOLYOKE [TTTT] DIRECTORY. 






Tuttle Atwater A., teamster, house near Northampton, I. P. 

Tuttle Augustus T. (A. T. Tuttle & Son), house 212 Walnut 

Tuttle Charles A., supt Tuttle Rubber Works, res Northampton, Mass. 

Tuttle Ella O. Mrs., house 20 Newton 

Tuttle Eugene A. (A. T. Tuttle & Son), house 212 Walnut 

Tuttle George A., medical student, boards 212 Walnut 

Tuttle John H., proprietor Tuttle Rubber Works, house 72 Newton 

Tuttle Lyman M., physician, 256 Maple, house do 

Tuttle Oscar S. Mrs., house 214 Maple 

TUTTLE RUBBER WORKS. J. H. Tuttle prop., Chas. A. Tut- 
tle supt, mfrs of general rubber goods, Bigelow bet Appleton 
and Cabot. [See page 395.] 

TWADDLE GEORGE H., fish and oysters, 25 and 27 Hampden, 
rooms 152 High. [See page 477.] 
Twaddle Maria E. Miss, boards 315 Main 

Twing William G., cashier Holyoke National Bank, house 168 Pine 
Tyler Albert A., attorney at law, clerk of police court, house 208 

Dwight 
Tynan Timothy, emp Lyman Mills No. 2, house 10 Oliver 
Tynan William, carpenter, house Brown's aveB. V. 
Tyner George N., treasurer Holyoke Envelope Co., bds Windsor Hotel 
Tyrrell Alvin D., emp Holyoke Envelope Co., house Prospect, South 
Hadley Falls 

Uhlman Bbuno, emp Germania Mills, house 28 Adams 
Ulbricht August, emp Germania Mills, house 353 Park 
Ulbricht William, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 54 Adams 
Ulrich Max, draughtsman, rem to Easthampton, Mass. 
Ulrich William H., clerk Richards & Thayer, rooms 74 Race 
Underwood G. Fred, barber, 19 Main, res South Hadley Falls 
Underwood P. A., traveling salesman, rooms 208 Maple 
Underwood Porter, attorney, real estate and insurance, 225 High, h 

125 Chestnut 
Unger Jacob, laborer, house 17 Prospect 

TTNI0N PAPER MANUFACTURING CO. H. &E.Dickin- 

U son agents, third level canal near overflow. [See page 364.] 

United States & Canada Express, Samuel M. Gilmore agt, 123 Main 
TTNaUOMONK SILK MILLS, William Skinner & Son props, 
U 18 Appleton cor Big< low. [See page 390.] 

Unteutsch Charles, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 613 Bridge 
Upham Sarah S. Mrs., house 7 Newton 

Upton James M., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 186 Pine 
Urmson James, machinist, house 126 Lyman 

Uschmau Albert, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house rear Sargeant bet 
first and second level 

USCHMANN EMIL cigar mfr 443 Main, house do. [See page 
506.] 



Vjlchon Augustin, saloon 42 Union, rooms do 
Vachon John A., emp G. W. Collins, house 103 Lyman 
Vachon Joseph, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 582 East 
Vagniot Paul, house 603 Summer 






HOLYOKE [V"] DIRECTORY. 221 



Valentine Minnie Miss, house 514 Main 
Valentine William, machinist, house 514 Main 
Valentine [See Ballantine] 

Valin Olivier, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 78 Lyman 
Vallee Cyrille, emp Lyman Mills, house 20 Hampden 
Vallee Louis, laborer, house 69 High 

VALLEY PAPER COMPANY, A. W. Esleeck agt and treas, 
T second level canal near county bridge. [See page 370.] 

Van Detten Clemens, agt Met Life Ins Co., rooms 3 Hampden 
Van Deusen Frank B., clerk, rooms 138 Beech 

Van Horn Vallette W., office Massasoit Paper Mfg. Co., res Chicopee 
Van Riper Peter, emp Buchanan & Bolt, boards 125 Newton 
Van Riper Thomas, foreman National Blank Book Co., res So. Had. 

Falls 
Van Tassel Charles, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Van Tassel Eliza, widow Henry, removed to South Hadley Falls 
Van Tassel William H., emp Parsons Paper Co., house 17 Mosher 
Vautrin Elzeor (Piquette & Vautrin), boards 12 Potvin ave 
Vautrin Ludgere, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h 12 Potvin ave 
Van Valkenberg Levi D., overseer spinning room Merrick Thread Co., 

house 97 Race 
Varney Alfred S., removed to Connecticut 

Vaughan James, Jr., teamster emp W. B. Whiting & Co., h 175 High 
Vaughan & McCambridge (Lizzie Vaughan, Maggie McCambridge), 

boarding house 175 High 
Vaugha John, house 47 Fountain 
Vaughn John J., boards 47 Fountain 

Vaughn Smith, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 41 Appleton 
Veitch John, boards Mechanic 

Verbecke August H., emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 106 Bridge 
Verran Sarah, widow Andrew, house 74 Canal 
Verrett Alec, building mover, boards 521 Bridge 
Verrill George, mason, house 16 Hampshire 
Vershon David, barber 453 Main, boards 125 Race 
Vershon Jacob, barber 453 Main, house 125 Race 
Vershon Joseph, farmer, house near Ashley Pond 
Vershon Thomas, removed to Canada 
Vester Richard, emp Germania Mills, house 355 Park 
Vetter Carl, emp Germania Mills, boards Mechanic, V. B. 
Vety William Mrs. boards 107 Lyman 

Viau Toussant Pierre, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 98 High 
Vickery William W., emp B. F. Nichols, house 34 Bond 
Viens Conzaque, house 23 Mosher 

Viens Damase, emp E. L. Caswell, boards Hamilton n Bridge 
Viens Frederic, millwright Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h 23 Mosher 
Viens Louis, emp Franklin Paper Co., house 339 Main 
Viens Onesime, shoemaker Cabot cor Main, boards Germania Hotel 
Viens Pierre, peddler, house Park near Cabot 

Viens Thomas, emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 14 Fountain 
Viens [See Cummings] 

Vigeant William, laborer, boards 12 Potvin ave 
Viger Alexander, butcher, boards 545 Bridge 



222 HOLYOKE [TRT] DIRECTORY. 

Vigneaux Odillion, carpenter, house 341 Main 

Villemere Henry, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 53 Union 

Villeneuve Eli Mrs., house 2 High, cor Prospect 

Vincellette Dona, emp Conn. R. Pulp Mill, boards 103 Lyman 

Vincellette Joseph, emp C. M. Sheldon, house IV West 

Vincent Jean B., emp George Richards, house 56 Union 

Vincent Joseph, emp Chemical Paper Co., house 101 Park 

Vincent Joseph, emp Conn. R. Pulp Co., boards 521 Bridge 

Vincent Louis, house 521 Bridge 

Vincent Paul, emp Wauregan Paper Co., house 10 High 

Vines John, emp Holyoke Envelope Co., house 165 Main 

Vining Osmyn, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 145 D wight 

Vizeau Xavier, house 13 Union 

Vogel George J., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, house rear 26 East 

Voght Frank Anthony, emp Casper Ranger, house rear 661 Main 

VOIGT CHRISTIAN H., jeweller 155 High, house 145 Dwight. 
[See page 442. J 
Volght Paul, emp Connor Bros., house 185 Park 
Vollert Richard H., meat market 339 Park, house 341 do 
Von Detten Clement, insurance canvasser, emp T. O'Hare, rooms 8 

Hampden 
Vortiga Samuel, removed to Northampton, Mass. 
Voss Robert, overseer finishing dept Germania Mills, house 387 Park 
Voss William, emp Germania Mills, house 387 Park 

Wade Jessie Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, boards 17 Hampden 

Wagner Ernest, removed to New York 

Wagner Gustav, emp Germania Mills, boards 357 Park 

Wagner Hermann, emp Germania Mills, house 357 Park 

Wagner Oswald, house 32 Adams 

Wagner Paulina, house 12 Adams 

Wagner Richard, barber 88 Main, boards 332 Park 

Wagnerl Wolf gang, saloon 32 1 Adams, house 30 do 

Wagstaff Joseph, second hand card room Hadley Co., house 6 West 

Wahan John, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 47 Fountain 

Wahan James, house 47 Fountain 

Wahan James, emp Whiting Paper Co., house 61 East 

Wait Albert A., farmer, house 2 Bowers 

Waite Charles E., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 19 John 

Waite David B., watchman Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 189 High 

Waite Edward, dam builder house 132 Dwight 

Waite George M., mason, emp Geo. W. Richards, rooms 80 Race 

Waite Howard A., emp C. B. & J. A. Davis, boards 309 Maple 

Waite Sanford P., boards 67 Pleasant 

Wakefield Frank R., emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., house 131 Walnut 

Wakefield Laurinda, Mrs., nurse, house 76 West 

Walker Charles, emp Chadwick & Chadwick, boards 20 Hampshire 

Walker Henry H., foreman rag room Valley Paper Co., house 231 

Dwight 
Walker George, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 159 Main 
Walker Homer, house 128 High 
Walker James O., supt. D. Mackintosh & Son, house Pine 



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HOLYOKE ["W"] DIRECTORY. 223 



Walker Jane, Miss, tailoress emp P. Hopp & Co., boards 32 Race 

Walker John, (Moreau & Walker), house 62 Union 

Walker John, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, house 7 Chestnut 

Walker John H., emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 20 Cabot 

Walker Mary Mrs., house 130 Lyman 

Walker Mary Jane, Mrs., house 15 Hampden 

Walker Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, boards 130 Lyman 

Walker Patrick, laborer, house 34 Elm 

Walker William A., clerk, boards 172 High 

Walker William L , (Caswell & Walker) rooms 125 High 

Wall Edward, laborer, house rear 36 Race 

Wall Edward John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 30 Hampden 

Wall Frank emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 30 Appleton 

Wall James, rem to Boston 

Wall John, rem to Philadelphia 

Wall John, foreman John Marra, house 11 Park 

Wall John E., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 121 Race 

Wall Mary, widow John, house 43 Bridge 

Wallace Christina, widow Thomas, house 114 Summer 

Wallace James, emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house 514 High 

Wallace James J., rem to Chicopee 

Wallace Sarah, widow John, house 118 Lyman 

Wallpole Frank A., rem to So. Hadley Falls 

Walls Hugh, laborer, boards 100 Bridge (Ward 1.) 

Walls Michael, laborer, house 100 Bridge (Ward 1.) 

Walsh Ann, widow James, house 48 Summer, (Ward 1) 

Walsh Dennis, painter, boards 139 East 

Walsh Edward, gardner Wm. Grover, house 1 Center 

Walsh Edward J., machinist, house 199 Lyman 

Walsh Frank J., emp Windsor Hotel, boards do 

Walsh John, emp D. Mackintosh & Son, house Sargeant, bet 1st and 

2d level canal 
Walsh John, rem to Vermont 

Walsh John D., emp Hadley Co., house 12 Center 
Walsh Margaret, widow David, house rear 137 Maple 
Walsh Margaret, Miss, house 140 Maple 
Walsh Mary, Mrs., emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 59 Front 
Walsh Mary, widow John, house 35 Mosher 
Walsh Matthew, saloon 97 Main, house 99 do 
Walsh Michael E., emp Deane Steam Pump Co,, house 50 East 
Walsh Michael F., grocer, 95 Maple, boards 117 Cabot 
Walsh William, teamster, boards 35 Mosher 
Walsh William T., city messenger, house 255 High 
Walsh (see also Welch) 

Walten Robert H., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 323 High 
Walter Ellen, widow William, rooms 664 Bridge 
Walters Henry C, foreman Merrick Thread Co., house 100 Race 
Walther Edward, draughtsman D. H. & A. B. Tower, house Brown's 

ave, B. V. 

WALTON EDWARD A., art store, 278 High, house 151 Elm 
[See page 437.] 
Walton Lillian M., teacher Appleton street school, rooms 206 Elm 



224 HOLYOKE [TRT] DIKECTORY. 



Ward Bridget, Mrs., house 181 Park 

Ward Charles, watchman Nonotuck Paper Co., house 36 Essex 

Ward John, emp Syras & Dudley Paper Co., boards 36 Essex 

Ward W. W., station agent Conn. River R. R., house 23 Essex 

Wardwell Charles E., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 231 Main 

Ware Charles N. E., machinist, boards 224 Walnut 

Ware Frank S., rem to Northampton 

Warner Clarence O., rem to Florida 

Warner Clarendon, emp Delpholeum Oil Co., boards 23 West 

Warner Hattie Miss, teacher High School, rooms 216 Walnut 

Warner Milan P., landscape photographer, rooms 38 Lincoln 

Warren Almira, Mrs., boards 8 West 

Warren D. D., pres Union Paper Mfg. Co., residence Springfield 

Warren Eleanor, widow Thomas, house 9 Chestnut 

Warren Elizabeth Mrs., house 32 Appleton 

Warren Frank E., emp Hadley Co., house 23 West 

Warren Honora, widow Garret, house 32 Prospect 

Warren James, brick maker, house off Sargeant, between 1st and 2d 

level canal 

Warren John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 20 Worcester place 
Warren Julia, widow John J., house 194 Dwight 

Wan en Margaret, Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 91 Hampden 
Warren Morris F., laborer,, house 24 Elm 

Warren Patrick, boards Sargeant, between 1st and 2d level canal 
Warren Prescott, farmer, house Northampton, I. P. 
Warren William, rooms 153 Main 
Warren William, clerk, house 25 Bond 
Warren William, Mrs., boarding house 32 Appleton 
Warren Z. C, paper pulp mfs., Springfield, boards Windsor Hotel 
Washburn Frank, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards Palatine Hotel 
Washburn Joseph, Mrs., house Ingleside 

Washburn L. K., Miss, teacher Park street school, boards Ingleside 
Washington George, house 66 Race 
Waterman Frank T., carpenter, rem to Springfield 
Waterman Thomas T., house 121 Elm 

Waters Andrew, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 23 Bond 
Waters Bernard, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 13 John 
Waters Jam- s, emp Parsons Paper Co., rooms 58 West 
Waters Owen, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 58 West 
Waters Peter C, saloon 31 Oliver, house 169 High 
Watkins Milton D., rem to Springfield 

Watson Elizabeth Mrs., emp Pars ns Paper Co., house 24 East 
Watson George W. Mrs., house 6 Hampshire 

Watson Richard W., emp Newton Paper Co., house 6 Hampshire 
Watson Samuel, emp Wauregan Paper Co., hous« 122 Sargeant 
Watson William, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 122 Sargeant 
Watt George A., clerk A. Wiiherell, boards 24 Cabot 
Watt James R. emp Chemical Paper Co., house 24 Cabot 
Watts William H., boards 612 Bridge 

WAUREGAN PAPER CO., James H. Newton, president, cor 
Dwight and first level Canal. [See page 373.] 
Way Herbert G., painter, Dean & Wheelock 



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HOLYOKE [TRT] DIRECTORY. 225 



Way William H., printer, boards 140 Walnut 

Weatherhead Catherine Mrs., widow, house 117 Cabot 

Weatherhead Richard, emp Union Paper Mfg Co., boards 117 Cabot 

Weatherhead Robert, emp Union Paper Mfg. Co., boards 117 Cabot 

Weaver Seth B., removed to Chicago 

Weaver William R., janitor Holyoke Opera House, house 1 John 

Webb Emeline, widow John, house 84 Race 

Webb Emeline Mrs., boards 527 South Canal 

Webb George S., clerk Conn. River Pulp Co., house 276 Maple 

Webb Henry, boarding-house, 68 Race 

Webb James, emp Excelsior Paper Co., house 95 Newton 

Webb Jane, widow John, house 75 Bond 

Webb Richard A., machine tender Holyoke Paper Co., bds 75 Bond 

Webb Thomas, machine tender Holyoke Paper Co., house 115 Cabot 

Webb Thomas F. A., emp Geo. R. Dickinson Paper Co., h Brown's 

avenue, B. V. 
Webb Thomas T., emp Newton Paper Co., house 612 Bridge 
Webb William A., emp Newton Paper Co., house 24 Cabot 
Webber Charles C, machinist, Beebe, Webber & Co., house 603 South 

Canal 
Webber Frank, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., boards 528 South Canal 
Webber Frederick S., student, boards 188 Chestnut 
Webber Joel S., (Beebe, Webber & Co ,) house 188 Chestnut 
Webster Alexander, house 120 Lyman 
Webster Ann M., widow John R., house 298 Dwight 
Webster Daniel, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 72 Race 
Webster William E., letter-carrier, boards 298 Dwight 
Wedge Lucy, widow Joseph, boards 19 Hampden 
Weeks Grace H., widow Gilbert M., rooms 8 West 
Weeks Henry, boards Northampton I. P. 
Weidlich Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 359 Park 
Weiland Charles Julius, clothing and repairing, 283 Main 
Weir Margaret, widow James, house 257 Park 
Weisel Oscar, emp Germania Mills, house rear 339 Park 
Weiser Edwin C, paymaster Parsons Paper Co., bds Mrs. Newkirk, 

Northampton B. V. 
Weiser Frank, bootmaker, emp H. Weitz, boards 681 Main 
Weiss Victor E., emp National Blank Book Co., house 643 High 
Weitz Henry, boots and shoes, 704 East, house do 
Weitzel Herman, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 664 Bridge 
Welch Betsey, emp Hadley Co., boards 43 Front 
Welch Bridget, house 642 High 

Welch Daniel, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 18 Maple 
Welch Edward, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 101 Walnut 
Welch Edward D., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 27 Jackson 
Welch Garritt, emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house 232 Lyman 
Welch James, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 117 Cabot 
Welch John, emp George R. Dickinson Paper Co., boards 20 Cabot 
Welch John, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 642 High 
Welch John E., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., boards 9 Spring 
Welch Joseph, foreman Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 10 Newton 
Welch Julia, widow William, house 117 Cabot 

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226 HOLYOKE I'^TT] DIRECTORY. 

Welch Kate, widow John, house 236 Lyman 

Welch Margaret, widow Robert, emp Whiting Paper Co., h 6 Chestnut 

Welch Mary, widow Morris, house 213 Lyman 

Welch Mary, widow Thomas, house 46 Walnut 

Welch Mary, widow Thomas, house 5 High 

Welch Mary Miss, house rear 40 Hamilton 

Welch Michael, emp Connors Bros., house 62 Walnut 

Welch Michael, base ball player, house 87 Beech 

Welch Michael, plasterer, house 93 Elm 

Welch Michael, laborer, emp T. Connor, house 62 Walnut 

Welch Michael, laborer, house 248 Lyman 

Welch Morris, joiner, house 89 Race 

Welch Thomas, brick mason, boards 184 Lyman 

Welch Thomas, boiler tender Merrick Thread Co., h Chapin, B. V. 

Welch Thomas F., boards 117 Cabot 

Welch William Mrs., house 9 Hampshire 

Welch William T., wool sorter, house South near Maple 

Welch (see also Welsh and Walsh) 

Welcome William S., cigar maker, emp J. J. Giusto, room 152 High 

Welcome (see Bienbenu) 

Weldon John, foreman A. H. Ryan, residence Springfield 

Wellington E. E. Mrs., florist, West Hampden cor Pearl, h 8 Pearl 

Wellington E. M., widow C. H., boards 278 Maple 

Wellington Enos W., foreman finishing room Beebe & Holbrook Co., 

house 8 Pearl 
Wellington Frank L., traveling salesman Judd Paper Co., house 45 

Newton 
Wellington Frank P., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 10 Pearl 
Wellington Philothea, widow Thomas H., house 260 Hampden 
Wells Arthur, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 263 W Hampden 
Wells Charles B., supt and paymaster Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., 

boards Chicopee 
Wells Edwin D., clerk J. Russell & Co., res South Hadley Falls, 
Wells Herbert, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 263 Hampden 
Wells John H., peddler, boards 252 Hampden 
Wells Moses, washer, emp H. H. Carter, rooms 159 Main 
Wells Norman J., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house 263 Hampden 
Wells S. E. Mrs., house 33 Newton place 
Wendt Evert, removed to New York 
Wensky Julius, emp Connor Bros.., boards 655 Main 
Wenzel John, emp Connor Bros., house 645 Summer 
Wenzel Wm., emp city, house 620 East 

Wentworth John H., emp Holyoke Machine Co., res Smith's Ferry 
Wesely Henry P., (Kelly & Wesely), boards 123 Newton 
Wesely Joseph, house 123 Newton 

Wesely Joseph Jr., emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 123 Newton 
Wesely Matilda Miss, emp Unquomonk Silk Mill, boards 123 Newton 
West Davi \ B., pattern maker, City Foundry, house 33 West 
West George II., blacksmith, emp Keough Bros., h 30 Maple 
West John J., gardener, house 20 Maple 
West John J. Jr., boards 25 Maple 
West William E., teamster emp A. H. Ryan, boards 20 Maple 



HOLYOKE [T7UH DIRECTOEY. 227 



Western Union Telegraph Co., H. B. Spencer manager, C. R. R. R. 

depot, branch offices 159 High and H. & W. R. R. depot 
Weston Edward W., emp R. T. Prentiss, house 16 Miller 
Westphal Frederick, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 193 Park 

WESTPHAL HENRY, boots and shoes and gents' furnishing 
goods, 472 Main, house 470 do. [See page 432. J 
Westphal Peter John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 193 Park 
Westphal William, rooms 121 Race 

Wetherbee Mary E., widow Horace E., boards 231 Cabot 
Wetherhead (See Weatherhead) 
Whalen Bridget, widow Nicholas, house 114 Race 
Whalen David, emp Germania Mills, house 16 Adams 
Whalen David Jr., emp Winona Paper Co., boards 16 Adams 
Whalen Maurice, removed to Haverhill 
Whalley David, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards 67 Lyman 
Whalley Jonathan, emp Hadley Co., house 67 Lyman 
Whalley Luke, removed to Lawrence, Mass. 
Whalley Thomas, emp Hadley Co., boards 11 Center 
Wharfield W. Fayette, paymaster Union Paper Mfg Co., h Springfield 
Wharfield Wilfred M., emp Springfield, boards 75 Race 
Wharfield William H., house 75 Race 

Wheeler O. G. Mrs., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 1, boards 70 Canal 
Wheeler Stanton F., emp Prentiss Wire Mill, rooms 7 Newton 
Wheelock William F. (Dean & Wheelock), house 34 Pleasant 
Whelihan Patrick, emp Prentiss Wire Works, house 87 Beech 

WHITAKER EDMUND loom and dresser reeds, opp H. &W. 
R. R. depot, house 59 Race. [See page 398.] 
Whitaker Eliza J. Miss, teacher Chestnut street school, bds 59 Race 
Whitaker George E., emp E. Whitaker, boards 50 Race 
Whitaker James, boards 478 Main 

Whitaker William, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 478 Main 
Whitcomb Eugene H., overseer card room Springfield Blanket Co., 
rooms 122 Cabot 

WHITCOMB FRED F. druggist and apothecary, 158 High cor 
Hampden, rooms 35 Hampden. [See page 434.] 
Whitcomb Levi S., foreman carding room Merrick Thread Co. No. 3, 

14 rooms Newton 
Whitcomb Marciene H., supt Springfield Blanket Co., h 161 Walnut 
White Adam emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 231 High . 
White Anthony, emp Hadley Co., house 11 Center 
White Benjamin, emp Whiting Paper Co., boards 231 Main 
White Edmund F., emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, boards 17 John 
White Edward N., book-keeper Prentiss Wire Mill, rooms 220 Pine 
White Elbridge G., watchman Deane Steam Pump Co., h 151 Walnut 
White Ella Miss, boards 22 School 
White Frank, slater, boards 30 Appleton 
White Frank E., paper ruler Syms & Dudley Paper Co., house 

South Hadley Falls 
White Hannah M. Mrs., removed to Vermont 
White Henry F., emp Hadley Co., boards 11 Center 
White Henry M., emp Westfield, Mass., house 247 High 
White Horace S., removed to Vermont 



228 HOLYOKE [TRT] DIRECTORY. 



White John, saloon 105 Main, rooms do 

White John, emp Springfield Blanket Co., boards 528 South Canal 

White John F., emp Holyoke Skating Rink, rooms 114 Maple 

White John J., boards 17 John 

White John T., master mechanic Springfield Blanket Co., house 528 

South Canal 
White Joseph L., barber L. N. Williston, rooms 121 Elm 

WHITE LESLIE B., contractor and builder 40 Pearl cor Lin- 
coln, house do. [See page 498.] 
White Lizzie Mrs., house IT Bond 

White Martin, emp Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, house 17 John 
White Nelson D., pres Hampden Cotton Mills, res Winchendon, Mass. 
White Patrick, emp Lyman Mills, boards 23 Oliver 
White Peter, emp R. Pattee & Co., boards 184 High 
White Roland H., emp Merrick Thread Co., h 27 Hamilton 
White Sarah Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards 60 Bond 
White Thomas G., emp Fenton & Dunn, boards 11 Center 
White Thomas, foreman loft room Riverside Paper Co., h 507 So Canal 
White William, emp Hiverside Paper Co., boards 507 South Canal 
White William E., emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards 72 Race 
White William E., lessee and manager Holyoke Skating Rink, resi- 
dence Providence, R. I. 
White Willis E., emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., house 22 School 
Whitehouse Joseph B., foreman Mass. Screw Co., house 30 Bond 
Whitford Maggie Mrs., house 4 Oliver 

Whitford Stephen, emp National Blank Book Co., boards 244 Elm 
Whitehill William, removed to Westfield 

Whiting Charles H., emp Wm. B. Whiting & Co., boards 150 Elm 
Whiting Edward G., clerk Wm. B. Whiting & Co., house 149 Walnut 
Whiting Edwin A., office Whiting Paper Co., house 36 Pleasant 
Whiting Frank A., lawyer 12 Dwight, boards 208 Maple 
Whiting Ithamar, stationery, fruit, etc., 19 Dwight, h 8 East Dwight 
Whiting Mary R., widow Calvin, house 48 Pleasant 

WHITING PAPER CO., office and No. 1 mill head of upper 
level canal, No. 2 mill Dwight corner of second level canal. 
[See page 357.] 
Whiting William, agent and treas Whiting Paper Co., house 182 Elm 

cor Appleton 
Whiting William B. (William B. Whiting & Co., house 208 Maple 

WHITING WM. B. & CO. coal and wood dealers, office 40 . 
Dwight. [See page 478.] 
Whitlock Edwin, emp Hadley Co., house 126 Bridge 
Whitman Oscar, emp E. L. Caswell, rooms 410 Main 

WHITMORE JAMES B., dry goods and fancy goods 26 
Dwight and 25 Race, house Cherry, B. V. [See front cover.] 



Whitmore James D., pres WhitmoreMfg Co., res New York city 



Whitney Horace, molder, boards 636 Main 

WHITMORE MANUFACTURING CO., F. D. Heywood 
treas, Water Power Co's Cabot street mill, near Race [See 
page 374.] 
Whitmore Sidney, carpenter, rooms 24 Newton place 
Whitney Angeline, boards 8 Taylor 

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HOLYOKE [yjT] DIRECTORY. 229 



Whitney Edwin, Holyoke and Springfield express, house 8 Taylor 

Whitney Fred S., clerk, boards 8 Taylor 

Whitney Irving E., milkman, boards 8 Taylor 

Whitney L. M. Mrs., seamstress, rooms 189 High 

Whitney Mary, Miss, tailoress, rooms 189 High 

Whitney Newton, farmer, Tannery brook road 

WHITNEY PLINY ft. agt Holyoke & South Hadley Falls 
Tea and Coffee Co., 54 Lyman, house South Hadley Falls. [See 
page 461.] 
Whitton Julia V. Miss, house 35 Pleasant 
Whitten Nathan H., mechanical engineer Holyoke Machine Co., house 

21 Essex 
Whitten Sumner H., draughtsman Holyoke Machine Co., boards 21 

Essex 
Whittier Fred., millwright, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 254 Walnut 
Whorlihan Dennis, emp Keough Bros., boards 70 Canal 
Whorlihan John, emp Keough Bros., boards 70 Canal 
Whorlihan Mary, widow Dennis, house 38 Chestnut 
Whorlihan Patrick, emp Parsons Wire Mill, boards 87 Beech 
Whorlihan (see Wolohan and Houlihan) 
Widdowson Alfred, joiner, house South, B. V. 
Widdowson Fannie, Miss, house 14 West' 
Widdowson William, book-keeper Hadley Co., house 34 Canal 
Wiggin Joseph L., boards 264 Maple 
Wight Joseph H., draughtsman, Deane Steam Pump Co., rooms 284 

Maple 
Wightman Alfred G., emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., boards 29 West 
Wightman Charlotte Mrs., house 29 West 

Wightman William H., emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards 29 West 
Wilbur William, rooms 317 High 

Wilcox Edward S., clerk M. J. D. Hutchins 233 High, rooms do 
Wilcox Julia, teacher, removed to Philadelphia 
Wild James S., house 52 Essex 

Wild Joseph O., traveling salesman, house 209 Walnut 
Wilder L. Franklin, emp W. B. Whiting & Co., house 43 Suffolk 
Wilhelm C. Robert, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, boards rear 339 Park 
Wilkinson Charles, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 29 Bond 
Wilkinson Edward H., clerk Springfield Blanket Co., res Springfield 
Wilkinson Thomas H., assistant overseer Farr Alpaca Co., h 6 Essex 
Wilkinson Warren H., treas Springfield Blanket Co., res Ingleside 
Will Anton, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 645 Summer 
Willard Frank, emp H. & W. R. R. freight depot, bds 126 D wight 
Willard Lydia C. Miss, house Northampton, B. V. 
Williams Albert, boards 323 High 
Williams Annie, widow Asher, boards 85 High 
Williams David P., supt Holyoke Paper Co., house 596 Main 
Williams Elizabeth, widow Henry, house 136 Cabot 
Williams George, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards 63 Park 
Williams George C, engineer Holyoke Water Power Co., h 46 Bond 
Williams Henry, stone mason, house 177 Lyman 
Williams Henry D., removed to Lee, Mass. 
Williams John, clerk Clark & Richard 337 Main, boards 136 Cabot 



230 HOLYOKE [TRT] DIRECTORY. 



Williams John B.,foreman rag room Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, h 30 

Newton place 
Williams John T. (Doane & Williams), house 33 Taylor 
Williams John W., emp Prentiss Wire Mill, house 33 Taylor 
Williams Lizzie M., milliner Clark & Richard, boards 136 Cabot 
Williams Maggie Miss, rooms 98 High 

Williams Michael, emp Whiting Mill No. 2, boards 13 John 
Williams Michael, laborer, house 201 Lyman 
Williams Randall M., clerk Holyoke One Price Clothing Co., rooms 

35 Suffolk 
Williams Reuben, cook Windsor Hotel 
Williams Stephen, emp Newton Paper Co., house 163 Park 
Williams Thomas, emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 403 Main 
Williamson Alexander, painter, boards 37 Sargeant 
Williamson Caroline Mrs., rem to Springfield 
Williamson James E., emp H. & W. R. R., rooms 9 Hampden 
Willing Adolph, music teacher 193 Dwigh', rooms do 
Williston Charles, emp H. & W. R. R., boards 30 Appleton 
Williston Joseph P., emp Whiting Paper Co., house 23 Prospect 
Williston Lorenzo A., book-keeper Watson Ely & Son, bds 9 Newton 
Williston Lorenzo N., prop Windsor Hotel barber shop and bath 

rooms, house 9 Newton 
Williston Mary Miss, emp Merrick Thread Co., boards Mrs. S. Willis- 
ton, Northampton, I. P. 
Williston Sophia Mrs., house Northampton, I. P. 
Wills Azro, emp J. & W. Jolly, house 121 Oak 
Wilms Gustave A., asst book-keeper Holyoke Envelope Co., bds So. 

Hadley Falls 
Wilson Barak, cattle dealer, boards 179 Pine 

Wilson Charles H., overseer repairs Beebe & Holbrook, h 113 Beech 
Wilson Emma Miss, teacher, rooms 317 Maple 
Wilson Foster, house Easthampton road, I. P. 
Wilson Frank, removed to New York 

Wilson James, emp Chemical Paper Co., boards 35 Sargeant 
Wilson Joseph, emp John C. Smith, bds 40 Lyman 
Wilson Mattie L., Mrs., dressmaker, removed to Springfield 
Wilson Margaret, widow William, house 257 Park 
Wilson Robert, emp Albion Paper Co., house 48 Lyman 
Wilson Thomas, removed to North Lee 

Wilson William, emp Hampden Glazed Paper Co., boards 189 Park 
Wilson William H. (Wilson & Smith), house 5 East Dwight 
Wilson William Wallace, emp Newton Paper Co., boards 229 Main 
Wilson & Smith (William H. Wilson, Frank D. Smith), paper rulers 

and printers, Bowers & Mosher's building opp H. & W. R. R. dep 
Winchell Edward, removed to Springfield 
Winchell Reuben H, laborer, house Northampton, I. P. 
Winchester Reuben, house Northampton, I. P. 
Winchester Reuben C, paymaster Holyoke Water Power Co., house 

241 West Hampden 
Winchester William L., emp office Hoi. Water Power Co., boards 

Northampton, B. V. 
Windsor Hall, 53 Dwight 



HOLYOKE [TRiH DIRECTORY. 231 



WINDSOR HOTEL Geo. H. Bowker proprietor, (Windsor Ho- 
tel building), 43 Dwight. [See adv opp inside front cover.] 
Wing Charles, emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 56 Hamilton 
Wing Daniel B., house 200 Pine 
Wing Frank, emp W. S. Gibbs, house 524 Bridge 
Wing George J., emp Merrick Lumber Co., house 576 East 
Wing Walter P., emp W. S. Gibbs, rooms 524 Bridge 
Wing (see also Longevine) 

Wingate Robert H., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 20 Worcester place 
Winkleman Carl, house 54 Adams 

Winkler Frederick, emp Connor Bros., house rear 301 Park 
Winkler Henry, saloon 347 Park, house 345 do 
Winn Anna, widow George, house 118 Maple 
Winn George H, carpenter L. B. White, house 37 Pearl 
Winn i ames, (Winn & Murray), boards 43 Bridge 
Winn John, emp Hadley Co., boards 31 Bridge 
Winn Kittie, Miss., emp Excelsior Paper Co., 134 Cabot 
Winn Margaret, widow William, emp Excelsior Paper Co., house 36 

Sargeant 
Winn Peter, rooms 379 Main 

Winn William, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 36 Sargeant 
Winn & Murray, (Jas. Winn and Jas. F. Murray), saloon and pool 

room 40 East 

WINONA PAPER CO., B. F. Hosford treas., second level canal, 
below county bridge. [See page 362.] 
Winters Edward R., emp Merrick Thread Co., rooms 254 Main 
Wise Catherine, widow Robert, boards 14 Center 
Witham Lorenzo D., emp M. J. Finn, boards 175 High 
Witherell Albert, clerk A. Witherell, res S. H. F. 

WITHERELL ALPH0NS0, groceries, 1 6 Dwight, res North- 
ampton. [See page 455.] 
Witherell Eliza J., Miss, book-keeper A. Witherell, res Northampton 
Witherell (see Wetherell) 

Witt Julius, emp Germania Mills, house 371 Park 
Wolcott C. B., insurance agent, 231 High, house 144 Beech 
Wolcott George M., house 285 Maple 
Wolcott Henry, farmer, boards Back street, B. Y. 
Wolcott Henry, emp Germania Mills, house 124 Race 
Wolcott Hilas, farmer, house Back street, B. V. 
Wolcott Noah, keeper trotting park, house 654 Main 
Wolf Alvin, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, res South Hadley Falls 
Wolf Bernhardt, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, res South Hadley Falls J 
Wolfe Edward, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 49 East 
Wolfenden John, asst overseer worsted dept Farr Alpaca Co., h 262 

Pine 
Wolff Barnard, milliner and fancy goods, 157 High, res N. Y. city 
Wolff Dora Mrs. manager B. Wolff, 157 High, house 35 Hampden 
Wolff Morris, rooms 35 Hampden 

Wolohan John T., emp Springfield, house 211 Hampden 
Wolohan Michael, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 211 Hampden 
Wolohan Richard D., emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 211 Hampden 
Womersley Herbert, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house Northampton, B. Y. 



232 HOLYOKE [TXT] DIEECTORY. 



Wood Alfred E., clerk J. Russell & Co., boards 210 Walnut 

Wood Edward E., emp R. T. Prentiss, res Easthampton 

Wood Ellen, Miss, rooms 336 Maple 

Wood Ellen, widow William H., boards Northampton 

Wood Frederick, clerk, boards 210 Walnut 

Wood Gaius O., bookkeeper Connor Bros., rooms 256 Walnut 

Wood John, emp Riverside Paper Co., boards 507 South Canal 

Wood Marceline, widow William L., house 28 Hiyjh 

Wood Mark, supply clerk, Farr Alpaca Co., house 210 Walnut 

Wood Samuel D., farmer, house Ingles de. 

Wood Thomas H. emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards ' Northampton, B. V. 

Woodbury Leander P., overseer Springfield Blanket Co., house 202 

Walnut ' 
Woodhall John B., emp Kelley & Wesely, res Chicopee 
Woodruff E. E., furniture and house furnishing goods, 451 Main h 

21 Worcester place 
Woodruff Joseph B , manager E. E. Woodruff furniture store, 451 

Main, house 21 Worcester place 
Woods Jarvis U., physician, office 231 High, house 33 Suffolk 
Woods John J., hackman, house 100 Summer 
Woods Michael, emp A. B. Abbey, boards South Hadley Falls 
Woodsum Charles H., (C. H. Woodsum & Co.) house 164 Walnut 

WOODSUM C. H. & CO., clothiers and furnishers 227 High 
[See adv. outside back cover,] 
Woodward James, removed to Oswego, N. Y. 
Worswick Angie A. Miss, house 219 Pine 

Worthington Albert E., clerk Worthington Paper Co., bds Springfield 
Worthington Charles, removed to Fall River 
Worthington James R., salesman Worthington Paper Co., house 72 

Pleasant 
Worthington Solomon, (Worthington Paper Co.), house Springfield 

WORTHINGTON PAPER CO., paper dealers and manufac- 
turers supplies, 1 and 4 Dwight. [See page 377.] 
Wright Ann, widow Duncan, house 5 B »nd 
Wright John H, house 98 High 

Wright J. Sidney, clerk Whiting Paper Co., house 225 Dwight 
Wright Lois A. Miss, dressmaker, 181 High, house do 
Wright Mark, farmer, house Rock Valley 
WrightS. P. Mrs., boards 277 Maple 

Wright William F. clerk E. A. Fenno & Co., boards 38 Taylor 
Wrin David, school janitor, house 1 Whiting Avenue 
Wrin John, emp Landers Brothers, house 86 Maple 
Wrinkle Lawrence E., carpenter F. F. O'Neill, boards 20 Cabot 
Wrinkle Thomas D., emp Valley Paper Co., boards 13 Summer 
Wuerkert Henry, emp Germania Mills, house Park 
Wylie James H. Jr. (J. H. Wylie Jr. & Co.), house 35 Pearl 

WYLIE J. H. JR., & CO. (James H. Wylie Jr., Edson A. Per- 
kins), hardware, iron and steel, mfrs supplies, tools, agricul- 
tural implements, seeds, etc., 7 Dwight. [Seepage 407.] 
Wylie Nelson, emp Merrick Thread Co., house 1 70 High 
Wyllie Samuel, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 516 Main 
Wyllie William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., boards 516 Main 



HOLYOKE [2£ TT Z] DIRECTORY. 233 



Xaviee Sister, House of Providence, 129 Dwight 

Yaddow Oliver, erap Excelsior Paper Co., boards 528 So. Canal 

Yardley William, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., house 13 Main 

Yearly John S., emp John C. Smith, house 22 Bond 

Yeaton Frank S., paper maker, boards 103 Dwight 

Yell Amos, house 672 East 

Yelle Matthew, removed to Indian Orchard 

Yelle Maxime, laborer, house 53 Sargeant 

Yenlin Sebastian, baker, rear 105 Park, house do 

Yoerg Kraig J., clerk Germania hotel, boards do 

YOERG MICHAEL J., proprietor Germania Hotel, 80 Hamil- 
ton. [See page 504.] 
York Lyman W., overseer rag room Albion Paper Co., res So. Ha<iley 

Falls 
Yost Henry, removed to Boston 

Young Charles A., emp Farr Alpaca Co., rooms 151 Elm 
Young Daniel, watchman Parsons Paper Co., boards 131 Oak 
Young Don E., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 370 High 
Young Etta Miss, music teacher, boards 34 Essex 
Young George, emp Parsons Paper Co., house 131 Oak 
Young George, mason tender, house 273 Park 
Young George, wool buyer Farr Alpaca Co., house 264 Pine 
Young George M., overseer wool dept Farr Alpaca Co., house 34 Essex 
Young Henry H , emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 91 Race 
Young Hiram, foreman rag room Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h Chiuo- 

pee 
Younsj James, emp Henry Seymour Cutlery Co., boards 78 Lyman 
Young Mary Mrs., emp Lyman Mills, boards 17 Hampden 
Young Miles K., emp Farr Alpaca Co., house 66 Bond 
Young Samuel W., removed to South Hadley Falls 
Young Waldo, rooms 37 Suffolk 

Young William, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards 16 Mosher 
Yvon Zabe, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house 21 Park 

Zace Philip, removed to New York 
Zachrison John, emp Holyoke House 

Zahn Henry, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, house 454 Maple 
Zanders Hans, boards Holyoke House 

Zellars George B., clerk Preston & Brown, boards 103 Dwight 
Zenker Robert, emp Springfield Blanket Co., house 620 East 
Zenner Herman, emp Germania Mills, house 633 Bridge 
Zieffle Frederick, emp Germania Mills, boards 361 Park 
Zschenderlin Paul, emp Unquomonk Silk Mills, boards 633 Bridge 
Zwisler John, emp Hampden Glazed Paper Co., boards Rock Valley, 
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Accountant, 

Farley Joseph E., 238 Maple 

Agricultural Implements. 

RUSSELL G. E., 245 High. [See page 408.] 
RUSSELL J. & Co., 23 Dwight. [See page 406.] 
WYLIE J. H. Jr. & Co., 7 Dwight. [See page 4<>7.] 

Ale Dealers, 

CLEARY JOHN, 120 Maple. [See page 510.] 
DALY JOHN C, 78 Newton. [See page 511.] 
FLANAGAN THOMAS J., 163 Lyman. [See page 511.] 
O'Donnell Y. G., Ill High 
Shea James, 37 Hampden 

Alpacas and Serges, 

FARR ALPACA CO.,Bigelow bet Appleton and Cabot. [See page 379] 

Apothecaries, 

(See Druggists.) 

Architects, 

CAIN & KILBURN, 331 High. [See page 495. J 
CLOUGH J. A., 247 High. [See page 495.] 
ELLSWORTH EMORY A., City Hall. [See page 495.] 
MANN T. W., 35 Hampden. [See front coi'd page.] 
TOWER D. H. & A. B., 63 Main. [See page 494.] 

Artists, 

DEMERS & SON., 314 Main. [See page 444.] 
MANGUM ANDREW, 278 High. [See page 445.] 

Artists 9 Materials, 

CORDES FRANK D., 302 High. [See page 493. 
FITZGERALD & CO., 196 High. [See page 441." 
GOODALL F. P., 11 Dwight, 45 and 47 Main. [S'ee front cover.] 






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Attorneys at Law. 

Allen Jonathan, (10), 235 High 

Beals F. A. (4 and 5), 235 High 

Brooks W. H., 12 Dwight 

Chapin E. W., 24 Dwight 

Dwight R. Ogden, 63 Main 

Farley G. P. (4 and 5), 235 High 

Hawes H. K., 225 High 

Kilduff Richard G., 24 Dwight 

O'Donnell T. B., 205 High 

Pearsons W. B. C, 205 High 

REARDON JOHN J., room 1 235 High. [See page 440.] 

Sherman H. L., 197 High 

•Slattery William, 73 Main 

Tierney James, 217 High 

Tyler Albert A., City Hall 

Underwood Porter, 225 High 

Whiting F. A., 12 Dwight 

Auctioneers. 

HAM WILLIAM G., 217 High. [See page 423.] 
Kellogg J. E., 109 Main 

KINGSBURY D. E., 205 High. [See page 525.] 
Quint N. W., 207 High 

Rakers. 

BARR EDGAR E., 237 High. [See page 446.[ 

Bolieux Michael, 44 Center 

Carr J. S. & Co., 65 Dwight 

DIETZ RICHARD, Adams n Bridge. [See page 449.] 

FONTAINE & PION, 668 East. [See page 450.] 

HOWE JOHN, 186 High. [Seepage 450. J 

Lederer Franz, 343 Park 

LOTHROP M. G.,125 High. ]See page 450.] 

LUSSIER PIERRE, JR., 17 Fountain. [See page 450.] 

Yenlin S., rear 105 Park 

Bankers and Brokers. 

Bishop T. Brigham & Co., 189 High 
Mackintosh J. G. & Co., 47 Dwight 

Banks. 

CITY NATIONAL BANK, 13 Dwight. [See page 353.] 

HADLEY FALLS NATIONAL BANK, 10 Dwight. [See page 354.] 

Holyoke National Bank, 199 High 

HOLYOKE SAVINGS BANK, 199 High. [See page 355.] 

Holyoke Co-operative Bank, 24 Dwight (loan asso.) 

HOME NATIONAL BANK, 239 High. [See page 353.] 

MECHANICS SAYINGS BANK, 13 Dwight. [See page 355.] 



236 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTOKY. 

Bar Goods, 

SECKEL A. H., 135 High. [See page 452.] 

Barbers, 

(See Hairdressers.) 

Bath Booths, 

Larivee Louis B., 151 High. 

Williston Lorenzo N., basement Windsor Hotel 

Belt Manufacturers. 

NICHOLS BENJAMIN F., Holyoke Water Power Co.'s Cabot street 
mill. [See page 394.] 

Belting, 

(See Manufacturers'' Supplies.) 

RUSSELL G. E., 245 High. [See page 408.] 
RUSSELL J. & CO., 23 Dwight. [See page 406.] 
WORTHINGTON PAPER CO., 1 Dwight. [See page 377.] 

Bill JPosters, 

Ooakley James, 35 Dwight 
Shepard T. B., Samosett House 

Billiard Halls, 

AYEN JOHN, 93 Main. [See page 508.] 

CROWLEY P. J., 136 Lyman. [See page 509.] 

EVANS NELSON J., 85 Dwight. [See page 508 ] 

Lynch John T., 439 Main 

McKILLOP & CLIFFORD, 40 Lyman. [See page 509.] 

NEIDENTHAL JOHN, 516 High cor Cabot. [See page 507.] 

Russell Peter, 109 High. 

WINDSOR HOTEL, 43 Dwight. [See advt opp inside front cover.] 

Blacksmiths. 

! 
Counihan Patrick, Northampton street, B. V. 
Doucette Louis, 10 Spring 

DWYER JAMES, Suffolk, near High. [See page 489.] 
Ely Morns, Northampton B. V. 

FENTON & DUNN, 84 to 96 Hampden. [See page 42a] 
Garveau William, rear 514 East 
JOLLY J. & W., first level canal bet Appleton and Cabot. [See page 

403.] 
Keough Bros., 44 to 48 Main 

NEWTON A., 38 Dwight cor Front. [See page 488.] 
Pattee Richard & Co., 28 Main 
ROUILLARD H., 326 Main. [See page 489.] 



HOLTOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 237 



SHEA RICHARD, 363 High near cor Appleton. [See page 488.] 

Shelley Edwin D., 37 Chestnut 

SMITH JOHN C, Bigelow and Race, cor Cross. [See page 401.] 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

NATIONAL BLANK BOOK CO., Water Power Co's Cabot street 
Mill. [See page 378.] 

Blanket Manufacturers. 

Springfield Blanket Co., third level canal near Sargeant 

Bleacher. (Bonnet and Sat.) 

CRANE C. G., 164 High, (up stairs.) [See page 439.] 

Boarding- Houses. 

Baldwin Bentley, 71 Race 

Ball A. E. Mrs.. 229 Main 

Bessette A., 69 High 

Bradley Emily Miss, (Holyoke Paper Co., boarding-house), 636 Main 

Bradley Henry, 11, 13, 15 John 

Burns Geo. W., 304 High 

Cochrane Jane Mrs., 2 Oliver 

Colletan Mary, 14 Bridge 

Dewey Henry B., 528 So. Canal 

Emery Susan, Mrs., 15 Newton 

Fitzsimmons J. H., 20 Cabot 

GERMAN IA HOTEL, M. J. Yoerg, 80 Hamilton. [See page 504.] 

Hanson Isaac, 63 Newton place 

Hart Nelson, 7 Oliver 

Hinks George A., 7 Hampden 

Johnson A A., (Hampden boarding-house), 43 Front 

Kelley Emily A. Mrs., (Merrick Thread Co. boarding-house), 530 Main 

Lafontaine Alexandre, 177 and 179 Main 

Laplante Honore, 319 Main 

Mahoney Florence, 74 High 

McGuinness Catharine Mrs., 143 Main 

McMinneman Jane, 11 Hampden 

Oakes M. M. Mrs., 19 Hampden 

O'Connor Mary Mrs., 77 Hamilton 

Percy Sarah Mrs., 23 Hampden 

Riley Mary Miss, 30 Appleton 

Ryan Thomas, 664 Bridge 

Schwendner Catharine Mrs., 87 Race 

Schmidt John, 306 Park 

Scolley M. W., 64 Race 

Shedd Electa S. Mrs., 103 Dwight 

Smith John, 603 Park 

Spears J. L., 17 Hampden 

Tewell David, 76 Race 

Tomlinson E. Mrs., 70 Canal 



288 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

_ 

Union boarding-house, 528 South Canal 
Vaughan & MeCambridge, 175 High 
Webb Henry, 68 Race 
Warren William Mrs., 32 Appleton 
Wharfield William H., 75 Race 
White Thomas, 507 South Canal 

Boiler and Bleacher Manufacturers, 

COGHLAN'S HOLYOKE STEAM BOILER AND IRON WORKS, 

junction Crescent and Park. (See page 400.] 
Holyoke Steam Boiler and Plate Iron Works, Mechanic, East side 

Bonnet and Hat Bleaching. 

CRANE C. G., 169 High (up stairs). [See page 439] 

Bone Cutlery Handle Manufacturers. 

HOLYOKE BONE CO., Front corner Sargeant. [See page 391.] 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

BLAKE W. H., 435 Main. [Seepage 437.] 
CAMPBELL ALEXANDER, 33 Dwight. [See map.] 
FITZGERALD & CO., 196 High. [See page 441.] 
HOLDEN CHARLES S., 9 Dwight. [See page 442.] 
Pomeroy E. J., 171 High 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Beauchemin J. & Co., 295 Main 

Blum Frederick, 459 Main 

CLHLDSC. S., 215 High. 

CLEARY & MORIARTY, 143 High. [See page 432.] 

CORSER C. A., 149 High. [See page 431. 

FAY C. T., 39 Dwight. [See page 430.] 

GILLIGAN P. J., 166 High. [See page 430.] 

Marcotte A. & Co., 338 Main 

Munn Wm. H., 25 Dwight 

Munsell T. L., 71 Main 

McLean Anthony, 173 Main 

Osborn E. F. Jr., 229 High. 

RIVEST URGEL E., 104 High. [See page 431.] 

Sullivan D. E., 209 High 

Weitz Henry, 704 East 

WESTPHAL HENRY, 472 Main. [See page 432.] 

Boot and Shoe Findings. 

GILLIGAN P. J., 166 High. [See page 430.] 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Barsalon George F., 18 Maple 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 239 



Bessette Peter, 305 Main 

Blum Frederick, 459 Main 

Butcher Samuel, 407 Main 

Cavanaugh John, 157 Maple and 19 Main 

CHILDS CHAS. S., 215 High. 

CORSER C. A., 149 High. [See page 431.] 

Daviau Edmund, 150 Lyman 

Gagne David, 19 Union 

Gagne Euclid, 39 Union 

Gagne Narcisse, 112 Lyman 

GILLIGAN P. J., 166 High. [See page 430.] 

Hunter James, 135 Main 

Knight Thomas, 55 Ely 

Lahey Daniel, 124 Maple 

Lefebvre Alex, 49 Fountain 

Melancon G., 101 Park 

Murphy John, 175 Lyman 

Osborne E. F. Jr., 229 High 

Reynolds John, 263 Park 

St. Jean A., 18 Fountain 

Sullivan J. J., 46 Walnut 

Weitz Henry, 704 East 

WESTPHAL H. ? 472 Main. [See page 432.] 

Bottlers. 

BRUECK CHAS., rear 659 Main near fair ground. [See page 514.] 

Brueck, Otto, 637 Summer 

Carmody Thomas, (mineral waW), 113 Maple 

CLEARY JOHN, (lager),. 120 Maple. [See page 510.] 

Cody John, 44 Lyman 

FLANAGAN T. J., (lager), 163 Lyman. [See page 511.] 

Hamlin W. A., 10 Ely 

HOLYOKE BOTTLING WORKS, 30 John. [See page 514.] 

Brass Finishers, 

JOLLY J. & W., first level canal, bet. Cabot and Appleton. [See 
pape 403.] 

Brass Founders. 

Graves & Kinney, 115 Park, cor Cabot 

Box Manufacturers. 

MERRICK LUMBER Co., (packing), Appleton, near Conn. R. R. R. 
freight depot. [See page 411 ] 

Brick Makers. 

DAVIS C. B. BRICK CO.,oflice 243 Elm cor Cabot. [See page 503.] 
LANDERS BROS., office 166 and 231 High. [See page 501.] 
LYNCH BROS., 276 Dwi^ht. [See page 502. " 
RICHARDS GEO. W., 271 Main. [See page 502 ] 



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Building Movers. 

TURGEON A. L., 80 Park. [See page 483.] 

Building Stone. 

(See Stone Cutters and Dealers.) 

Business Colleges. 

Farley's Commercial College, 238 Maple 

Holyoke Business College, C. IT. & E. E. Childs, 69. Dwight 

Butchers. 

( Wholesale.) 

NASH, HOLMES & CO., bet Winona and Hampden Glazed Paper 
Co., below third level canal. See page 468.] 

Cabinet Maker. 

Kempel F. G., 287 High 

Carpenters and Builders. 

AVERY GERRIT S., 291 Dwight. [See page 498.] 

Brien & Boudreau, 78 Pleasant and 60 East 

CAIN & KILBURN, 331 High. [See page 495.] 

Cleary Michael, 75 Prospect. 

Curley F. J., 371 Main 

Doane & Williams, 70 and 33 Taylor 

GARCEAU G., 108 High. [See page 500.] 

Gates John N., 164 Cabot 

Howes James R., 101 Pleasant 

Jones A. A., Oak bet Suffolk and Dwight 

JONES J. W., Oak bet Suffolk and Dwight. [See page 498.] 

Judd & Cain, Northampton, I. P. 

MERRICK LUMBER CO., opp C. R. R. R. freight depot. [See p. 

411.] 
Netherwood Edwin, Northampton, B. V. 
O'NEILL F. F., rear 83 Race. [See page 497.] 
Pearson Charles II., 45 Suffolk 
POTVIN GILBERT, 272 Maple. [See page 497.] 
Prew John J., Commercial near Cabot 
Provost E., 28 Union 

RANGER CASPER, 10 Bond cor Appleton. [See page 413.] 
RICKER A. N., rear 30 Dwight. [See page 496.] 
St John John, 255 High 
THORPE BROS. School. [See page 495.] 
TOOMEY & SHEA, 107 Elm near Dwight. [See page 496.] 
WHITE L. B., 40 Pearl cor Lincoln [See page 498.] 

Carpets and Oil Cloths. 

Holyoke Furniture Co., 61 Dwight 



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MACK P. & CO., 301 High. [See page 452.] 

OCTO FRANK & CO., 67 to VI High. [See page 419.] 

Carpet Cleaners, 

HOLYOKE CARPET CLEANING WORKS, J. A. Field, 120 Front 

[See page 449.] 
LAPORTE M. J., 51 Bond. [See page 481.] 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Doucette Louis, 10 Spring 

Ely Morris, Northampton, B. V. 

FENTON & DUNN, 84 to 96 Hampden. [See page 420.] 

Keough Bros., 44 to 48 Main 

Legare Joseph, (repairer), 326 Main 

Shelley E. D., 37 Chestnut 

Carriage Painters. 

FENTON &'DUNN, 84 to 96 Hampden. [See page 420.] 

Carvers. 

Gardner Joseph, 194 High 

Cassimere Manufacturers. 

CONNOR BROS., cor Cabot and Bigelow and 649 Main. [See p 384.] 

Caterers. 

BARR E. E., 237 High. [See page 446.] 

Cement Pipe. 

(See Drain Pipe.) 

Chemists (Manufacturing). 

ARTHUR B. F. & CO.,154 High c Hampden. [See outside back cover.] 
GRIFFIN MARTIN L., Mosher cor Main. [See page 435.] 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

ANDERSON THOMAS J., 267 High. [See page 506.] 

CITY CIGAR STORE, J. W. Moore, 160 High. [See page 507.J 

EVANS N. J., 85 Dwight. [Seepage 508.] 

GERAGHTY JAMES, 191 High. [See page 512.] 

Gillon J. A., 146 High 

SCHROEDER HENRY L., 512 Main. [See page 506.] 

USCHMANN EMIL. 443 Main. [See page 506.] 

Cigar Manufacturers. 
ANDERSON THOMAS J., 267 High. [Se^ page 506.] 

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242 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Giusto Joseph J., 75 His^h 

SCHROEDER HENRY L., 512 Main. [See page 506.] 

Swind Nicholas, 62 Elm 

USCHMANN EMIL, 443 Main. [See page 506.] 

Civil Engineers and Surveyors. 

ELLSWORTH EMORY A., City Hall. [See page 495.] 
MANN T. W., 35 Hampden cor High. [See front colored page.] 
TOWER D. H. & A. B., 63 Main. [See page 494.] 

Clergymen. 

Adams R. J. (Bapt), 182 Chestnut 

Bartlett E. M. (Bapt), Northampton, B. V. 

Crowe J. A., (R. C), 65 Hampden 

Dufresne A. B. (R. C), 84 Park 

Foote H. L. (E.), 264 Maple 

Hanle F. B. (Ger. Ref.), 637 Bridge 

Harkins P. J. (R. C), Hampden cor Chestnut 

King E. P. (M. E.), 63 Appleton 

Murphy John R. (R. C), Hampden cor Chestnut 

Phelan Patrick B. (R. C), 435 Maple 

Pierce Granville (IJ.) r 11 Pearl 

Stryker M. Woolsey (Cong.), 231 Cabot 

Clothing Dealers. 

(See also Merchant Tailors.) 

ALLYN E. H. & CO., 253 High. [See top edge.] 

CLINE A., 100 High. [See page 427.] 

COBE MAX, 77 and 79 Dwight. [See page 426.] 

Cobe Philip, 126 High 

Cohn M. D., 116 High 

HOLYOKE ONE PRU E CLOTHING CO., 190 High, branch store 

317 Main. [See outside front cover.] 
Hopp Philip & Co., 112 High 
Laroche & Garceau, 108 High 
Montague & Adams, 185 High 
NOURSE & McCAMMON, 37 Dwight, Windsor Hotel block. [See 

outside back cover.] 
O'CONNOR & CO., 195 High. [See outside front cover.] 
Reager H., 169 Main 
McQuaid S. & Co., 129 and 131 High 
WOODSUM C. H. & CO., 227 High. [See outside back cover.] 

Clothes Cleaners and ^Repairers 

BIENVENU JOSEPH, 306 Main. [See page 427.] 

BLANCHARD II. R., 170 High. [See page 427.] 

Carroll William D., 138 Maple 

FERGUSON A., 321 High. [See page 449.] 

HEROLD ADOLF, 286 Main. [See page 443.] 

Weiland Charles J., 283 Main i 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 243 

Coal and Wood. 

Abbey A. B., 69* Center 

CASWELL E. L., 406, 408 and 410 Main. [See page 480.] 

CHILDS A. H., 62 Main. [See page 478.] 

Finn M. J., office 95 High 

GAYLORD H. E., Bridge street end of < ounty bridge. [See p. 479.] 

GRIDLEY & MORIARTY, 42 Dwight. [See page 479.1 

Holyoke Coal Co., 78 Main 

Pepin Cyprien (wood), 60 Union 

Sheehan & Doyle, 61 Elm 

WHITING WILLIAM B. & CO., 40 Dwight. [See page 478.] 

Coffins and Caskets. 

(See also Undertakers.) 

DILLON T. & J., 169 Lyman. [See page 459.] 

Gingras A. F., 77 High 

GLASTER MRS. & SON, 127 Maple. [See page 421.] 

Quint N. W., 207 High 

Sheridan & Shea, 134 Maple 

Commission Merchants, 

Nash H. E. & Co., 129 and 131 Main 

SEARS LEMUEL & CO., 20 and 22 Dwight. [See inside front 
cover.] 

Concrete Pavers, 

DELANEY JOHN, 134 Dwight. [See page 504 ] 
GIBSCtN & BOLAN, Dwight, cor Center. [See page 499.] 
O'CONNELL DANIEL, 188 Hampden. [See page 500.J 

Confectionery Manufacturer. 

GRISWOLD W. P., 161 High. [See page 446.] 

Confectionery and Fruits. 

Ahern Mary Mrs., 44 Chestnut 

BARR EDGAR E., 237 High. [See page 446.] 

Biagiotte J., 271 High 

Bienvenu J., 698 East 

BLAKE W. H., 435 Main. [See page 437.] 

Branney P., 123 Maple 

Carr J. S. & Co., 65 Dwight 

Choquette Josephine Mrs., 33 Chestnut 

Cote Napoleon, 45 Union 

FINNESSEY E. F., Mosher cor Main. [See page 445.] 

FORD E. P., 165 High. [See page 456.] 

Garvin John, 67 Maple 

Geran M. J., 90 High . 

Gratton Eli, 281 Main 

GRISWOLD W. P., 161 Fligh [See page 446.] 



244 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



HAYES F. H., 41 Main. [See page 442.] 

HOLDEN CHARLES S., 9 Dwight. [See page 442.] 

HOWE JOHN, 186 High. [See page 450.] 

Hughes L., 66 Park 

Lucas Ralph, 99 High and 131 Lyman 

Luchini Caesar, 119 Lyman 

Lynch T. J., 56 Lyman 

Ma honey Mary Mrs., 269 Park 

Molfino Joseph, 385 Main 

Moran Michael, 58 Chestnut 

Moscardini Peter, 366 High 

Musante Lizzie Mrs., 187 Main 

Neville Charles, 389 Main 

O'Connell Dennis, 54 Summer 

O'Leary James, 180 Lyman 

Proctor F. M., 156 High 

Quigley John J., 334 Park 

Reilly Hugh J., 669 High 

RIGALI JOSEPH, 109 High [See page 447.] 

RIGALI LOUIS, 447 Main [See page 447.] 

Schou Otto, 14 Ely 

Sheehan Thomas, 216 Lyman 

Smith Ira Mrs., 148 High 

Stevens William 282 Park 

Sullivan Daniel P. 195 Lyman 

Whiting Ithamer, 19 Dwight 

Cornices {galvanized.) 

BEEBE N. S., 443 State, Springfield. [See colored page.] 

Cotton Dealers. 

MACKINTOSH D.&SON, Bigelow rear Tuttle Rubber Works. [See 
page 387.] 

Cotton Mills. 

Hampden Cotton Mills, Lyman bet first and second level canals 
LYMAN MILLS, bet Front and Lyman and second level canal, office 
74 Front. [See page 380.[ 

Cotton 9 Thread and Twine Manufacturers. 

HADLEY CO., head second level canal, 42 Canal. [See page 388.] 
MERRICK THREAD CO., 359 Main. [See page 389.] 

Cotton Warp Manufacturers. 

Holyoke Warp Co., 259 Main 

Cracker Manufacturers. 

Carr J. S. & Co., 65 Dwight 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 245 



Crayon Artist. 

MANGUM ANDREW, 278 High. [See page 445.] 

Crockery, China and Glassware. 

Allen Moses A., 188 High 
BENOIT S. J., 121 Lyman. [See page 466.] 
BENOIT & ROUILLARD, 350 Main. [See page 465.] 
CRAFTS & FRASER, 147 High. [See page 457.] 
DILLON T. & J„ 165 and 169 Lyman. [Sea page 459.] 
DOYLE JAMES & CO., 93 High. [See page 461.] 
DUFRESNE A. N., 49 Cabot. [See pa^e 463.] 
DUROCHER P. & Son, 562 East. [See page 466.] 
FONTAINE <fc HEBERT, 670 East. [See page 467.] 
Holyoke Furniture Co., 61 and 63 Dwight. 
HUEBLER CHARLES R., 290 Park. [See page 461.] 
JESS W. H., 36 Lyman. [See page 466.] 
LANGELIER & MARSEILLE, 369 Main. [See page 465-] 
Maroney J. J., peddler, 27 Bridge 
MORSE S. S., 274 High. [See page 457.] 
, OCTO FRANK & CO., 67 to 71 High. [See page 419.] 
O'Donnell John, 215 Lyman 
PARKER J. B., 51 Union. [See page 451.] 
SAINTE MARIE & BEAUCHEMIN, 67, 69 & 73 Cabot. [See page 

463.] 
SEARS & CO., 480 Main. [See page 458,] 
SECKEL'S CROCKERY STORE, 135 High, [See page 452.] 

Cutlery Manufacturers, 

HENRY SEYMOUR CUTLERY CO., 10 Appleton. [See page 393.] 

Dandy Molls. 

* Buchanan, Bolt & Co., first level canal bet Cabot and Appleton 

Dentists. 

Bartlett Bros., 3 Dwight 

CRANE C. G., (makes artificial teeth) 164 High. [See page 439. ] 
Gaylord H. A., 189 High 
Harkins D. G., 125 Dwight 
"Hastings Henry O., 197 High 
Holden D., 6 Dwight 

MAXFIELD GEORGE A., (1 and 2) 83 Dwight. [See page 440.] 
MURLLESS D., 181 High. [See map.] 
Smith Brothers, 235 High 

Deputy Sheriffs. 

HAM WILLIAM G., 217 High* [See page 423.] 
KINGSBURY DANIEL E., 205 Hign. [See page 425.] 
Weston Edward W., 16 Miller 



246 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Dining Rooms. 

(See Eating Houses.) 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

ELY WATSON & SON, 122 Front. [See page 412.] 

MERRICK LUMBER CO., near C. R.R. R. freight depot. [See p. 

411.] 
RANGER CASPER, office 10 Bond cor Appleton. [See page 413.] 

Drain and Sewer JPipe Manufacturers. 

SNELL SAMUEL, foot of Appleton. [See page 405.] 

Drainer Bottoms. 

SNELL SAMUEL, foot of Appleton. [See page 405.] 

Dress Makers 9 Scale. 

Bolt Delia A., 69 Dwight 

Dress and Cloak Makers. 

Allison Annette Mrs., 71 Newton 

Audren A. Mrs., 301 Main 

Barsalow E. J. Mrs., 127 High 

Bateson J. Mrs., 172 High 

Bellows Alice M. Miss, 151 High 

Bibeau Eliza Miss, 69 High 

Barbeau L. Mrs., 142 Maple 

Bourdon Annie. 255 High 

Bowler K. Miss, 352 Main 

Boyer A. Mrs., 225 High 

Bush J. P. Mrs., 189 High 

Carmody Johanna, 111 Maple 

Chapman Josie Mrs., 139 High 

Chicoine Marie, 672 East 

Choquette Josephine Mrs., 33 Chestnut 

Couch Mary E., 132 Beech 

Darche A. Mrs. 243 Park 

Delavan Kate Mrs., 62 & 63 Race 

Demour Mary Mrs., 98 Maple 

Duby Alfred Mrs., 61 Race 

DUCLOS C. L. MRS., 235 High. [Seepage 438.] 

Duhaime Henri Mrs., 6 Hampden 

Duhaime R. ft. Mrs., 255 High 

GALARNEAU G. A. Mde., 235 High. [See page 438.] 

Girnier A. Mrs., 234 Maple 

Garvaislda Miss, 339 Main 

Gilmore J. R., Mrs., 21 Newton 

Girard George Mrs., 57 Bond 

Godin R. A. Miss, 38 Main 

Govin Mary Mrs., 85 High 



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HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 247 



Green Maggie E., 170 High 

Guillimette Emma Miss, 17 West 

Hartnett Mary Mrs., 214 Lyman 

Hayes Matilda Miss, 275 Main 

Hebert Angeline, 173 Park 

Herbert Alphonsia Mrs., 85 Park 

HIGGINS W. D. Mrs., 123 High. [See page 438.] 

Horrigan Kate, 119 Walnut 

Ives Mary, Northampton B. V. 

Jopson May, Crafts' Hotel, Northampton, I. P. 

Kane Hannah, 169 Dwight 

Keeler J. H. Mrs., 246 Dwight 

Landers Margaret, 122 Maple 

Laroche Edouard Mrs., 58 Bridge 

Lavoie Jennie Mrs., 603 Bridge 

Long Maggie Mrs., 145 High 

Longley Salome Mrs., 197 Lyman 

Lynch Ellen, 63 Ely 

Lynch Rose, 712 East 

Lynch T. J., 134 High 

Madsen N. F. Mrs., 112 West 

Mahoney Katie J., 105 Walnut 

Manning H. Mrs., 124 High 

Martin Teresa E. Miss, 69 Dwight 

Mclntyre Sophronia Miss, 69 High 

Meach Carrie Miss, 32 Essex 

Montgomery Mary, Mrs., 78 West 

Nolan E. F. Miss, 6 Dwight 

O'Reilley M. A. Mrs., 357 Main 

Pennell A. Mrs., 158 High 

Pierce Abbie E. Mrs., 12 Dwight 

Riggs L. A. Miss, 231 Main 

RILEY JENNIE M. MISS, 194 High. [See page 438.] 

Riley Mary Mrs., 351 Main 

Rivet E. Mrs., 88 Race 

Robert V. Mrs., 17 West 

St John Almira Mrs., 255 High 

Sanders Maggie, 122 Maple 

Seasons M. C. Mrs., 155 Dwight 

Sheldon Ha Mrs., 137 High 

Tetrault Olivia Mrs., 656 East 

Tremblay Joseph Mrs., 57 Bond 

Underwood G. F. Mrs., 189 High 

Viau Mrs., 98 High 

Wright L. A. Miss, 181 High 

Druggists and Apothecaries. 

ARTHUR B. F. & CO., 154 High cor Hampden. [See outside back 

cover] 
BALL C. E. 221 High. [See outside front cover.] 
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248 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Casey M. Frank, 65 Main 

CHASE BROTHERS, 35 Dwight cor Front [See outside back cover.] 

CURRAN BROTHERS, 466 Main. [See outside back cover] 

FORTIER L. H. & CO., 372 High cor Appleton. [See page 434.] 

Gates F. A. Mrs., cor Lyman and Ely Court 

GOODALL F. P. (wholesale and retail), 11 Dwight and 45 Main. 

(See front cover.] 
HEINRITZ JOHN & SON., 401 Main. [See page 435.] 
L'ESPERANCE W. L., 289 High. [See outside back cover.] 
Morgan R. E., 399 Main cor Hamilton 
Nugent J. J. 138 High 
Park Pharmacy, S. A. Gates, 119 Dwight 
WHITCOMB F. F., 159 High. [See page 434.] 

Druggists. 

( Wholesale) 

ARTHUR B. F. & CO., 154 High cor Hampden. [See back cover.] 
GOODALL F. P.. 11 Dwight, 45 and 47 Main. [See front cover.] 

Dry Goods. 

(See also Fancy Goods.) 

BOSTON STORE, Clark & Richard, 71 and 73 Dwight and 337 Main. 

[See pag^ 436.] 
Bowler John Mrs., 333 Main 
Dickieson, Reid & Co., 49 ar d51 Dwight 
FERGUSON & LOGAN, 153 High. [See page 436.] 
Fisher John, 265 Park 
HAMPDEN REMNANT STORE, Cooledge & Co., 81 Dwight, and 

373 Main. [See page 437.] 
Lynch T. J., 134 High 
Manning H. Mrs., 124 High 
Mahoney P. D., 52 Lyman 
Reager H., 169 Main 
Shumway A. L., 173 High 
Tremblay & Codaire, 345 and 347 Main 
WHITMORE J. B., 26 Dwight and 25 Race. [See front cover.] 

Dye Houses. 

Carroll Wm. D., 138 Maple 

CITY DYE HOUSE, A. Ferguson, prop., 321 High. [See page 449.] 
HOLYOKE STEAM DYE WORKS, Adolph Herold prop., 286 
Main. [See page 443.] 

Dyers and Bleachers. 

MACKINTOSH D. & SON, rear Tattle Rubber Works. [See p. 387.] 

Eating Mouses. 

BARR'S DINING ROOMS, E. E. Barr, 237 High [See page 446,] 
BOWMAN WM. E., 69 and 71 Hamilton. [See page 448.] 






HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 249 



Burke John J., 5 Dwight 

Christian Helen Miss, 315 Main 

CLARK E. G. MRS., 155 Main. [See page 447.] 

GUYOTT T. & V., 115 Hi^h. [See page .448] 

HAYES F. H., (lunch rooms), 41 Main. [See page 442.] 

LOTHROP M. G., 125 High. [See page 450.] 

McDonnell Ellen, 87 Main 

McKINNEY R. & CO., 5 Main. [See page 449.] 

Mulcahy John M., 176 High 

NORRIS W. H., Mosher cor Main. [See page 505.] 

Pollitt Lizzie Mrs., 130 Hign 

Sargent Robert D., 257 High 

Smith J. H., 5 Dwight 

Smith Ira Mrs., 148 High 

Elevator Manufacturers. 

HILL R. H. first level canal bet Appleton and Cabot. [See page 397] 
Holyoke Machine Co., 517 Main 

Embalmers. 

GLASTER MRS. & SON, 127 Maple. [See page 421.] 

Emigration and Exchange Agents. 

CHAPDELAINE CHARLES, 100 High. [See page 424.] 

DOYLE JAMES & CO., 93 High. [See page 461.] 

JOHNSON R. B. 199 High 

Koehler Paul H., 512 Main 

MAGNA A. G., 31 Dwight. [See page 422.] 

PRESCOTT C. B., post-office, 17 Dwight. [See page 424.] 

Engraver. 

THOMAS HENRY, Bowers and Mosher's building, Front [See p 443] 

Envelope Manufacturers. 

HOLYOKE ENVELOPE CO., Water Power Co's Cabot St. Mill. 
[Seepage 375,] 

Excavating and Grading. 

DAVIS C. B. & J. A., 243 Elm cor Cabot. [See page 480.] 

McCoy John, 33 Fountain 

O'CONNELL DANIEL, 188 Hampden. [See page 500.] 

Express Companies. 

American Express Company. S. M. Gilmore, agent, 123 Main 
PARKER DIAMOND W.,' Springfield and Holyoke Express, 580 

East, [See page 482.] 
Whitney E., Springfield and Chicopee Express, 8 Taylor 
IT, S. & Canada Express, S. M. Gilmore, agent, 123 Main 

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250 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Mxpressmen and Teamsters. 

(See Trucking,) 

Bishop Wm. L., 43 Suffolk 

Chagnon Eli, 133 High 

Chagnon Joseph Jr., 59 Union 

CHILDS A. H., 62 Main. [See page 478.] 

Dowd Wm. B., Mechanic 

ELLISON GEORGE P., 17 High and 141 Main. [See page 481.] 

Gingras A. F., 77 High 

Halloran Joseph A., 159 D wight 

Halloran Michael J., 49 Bridge 

Hanson Isaac W., 276 High 

Hanson Stephen, 13 East Dwight 

Jacques Jules, 560 East 

LAPORTE M. J., 148 High, 11 Dwight and 51 Bond. [Seep 481.] 

Moroney J. J., 27 Bridge 

Moynihan Brothers, (trucking), 45 Mosher and Conn. River freight 

depot 
PARKER DIAMOND W., Holyoke and Springfield Express, 580 

East. [See page 482.] 
Ploof S., 36 Canal 
PIPER JOSEPH, Conn. River R. R. freight depot, and 70 Bridge. 

[See page 482.] 
Quigley M. F., 712 East 
Riley A. Jr., 247 Dwight 

SHELDON C. M., 15 Dwight and 20 West. [See page 482.] 
Shine John J., 51 Sargeant 
Smith Hiram, 90 Race 
Steitz Theodore 330 Park 

TURGEON L. A., 80 Park. [See page 483.] 
Whitney Edwin, 8 Taylor 

Fancy Goods. 

Bishop J. G. & Co., 192 High. 

Bicknell & Rice,, 263 High 

BOSTON STORE, Clark & Richard, 71 and 73 Dwight and 337 Main 

[See page 4 36.] 
Dickieson, Reid & Co., 49 and 51 Dwight 
FERGUSON & LOGAN, 153 High. [See page 436.] 
Fisher John, 265 Park 

HEIDNERF. A., 187 High. [See page 433.] 
King S., 163 High 
Ladd C. E. Mrs , 21 Dwight 
Neville Charles, 389 Main 
SECKEL A. H, 135 High. [See page 452.] 
Steitz T., 330 Park 

Tremblay & Codaire, 345 and 347 Main 
Whiting L, 19 Dwight 

WHITMORE J. B., 26 Dwight and 25 Race. [See front cover.] 
Wolff Barnard, 157 High 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 251 

Feather Dyer and Cleaner. 

L'Esperance D. T., 150 Maple 

Fertilizers. 

PRENTISS R. T., 62 Main. [See page 453.] 
WYLIE J. H. Je. & Co., 7 Dwight. [See page 407.] 

File Works. 

HOLYOKE FILE WORKS, Bozenhard & Foerster, proprietors, B. & 
M. building, opp H. & W. R. R. depot. [See page 398.] 

Fire Hydrants. 
Pattee R. & Co., 28 Main 

Fish and Oysters. 

KELTON R. F. & CO., 35, 37 and 39 Main. [Seepage 470.] 

READ A. S., 282 High. [See page 476.] 

SMITH F. F. & CO., 174 High. [See page 477.] 

Sugrue Thomas, 614 Bridge. 

TWADDLE GEO. F., 25 and 27 Hampden. [See page 477.] 

Florists. 

Boston Flower Store, F. M. Proctor, proprietor, 156 High 
Howland Edward H., 280 High 

SHAW E. D., 142 Dwight cor Elm and 137 Oak. [See map.] 
Wellington E. E. Mrs., West Hampden cor Pearl 

Flour Grain and Feed. 

BOUTON H. E., 127 Mam. [See page 453.] 

Frissell H. C, city mills, opp H. & W. R. R. depot 

PRENTISS R. T., 62 Main. [See page 453.] 

SEARS LEMUEL & CO., (flour) 20 and 22 Dwight. [See inside 

front cover.] 
WITHERELL A., (flour) 16 Dwight. [See page 455.] 

Foreign Exchange. 

DOYLE JAMES & CO., 83 High. [See page 461.] 
JOHNSON R. B., 199 High. [See front cover.] 
PRESCOTT C. B., post-office. [See page 424.] 

Forging. 

JOLLY J. & W., first level canal, between Appleton and Cabot. [See 
page 403. 

Foundries. 

DEANE STEAM PUMP CO., Cabot, cor South Canal, general 

office Bigelow street. [See opp 67.] 
Gfraves & Kinney, (brass) 115 Park, near Cabot 



252 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Holyoke Machine Co., 517 Main 

MUNN & BAUSH, city foundry, 509 East cor Crescent. [See p 399.] 

Fourdrinier Wire Works. 

Buchanan, Bolt & Co., first level canal near Appleton 

Fresco Fainting. 

(See Painters.) 
CORDES F. D., 302 High. [See page 493.] 

Freestone Cutters and Dealers. 

MARRA JOHN, Crescent near East. [See page 491.] 
JACKSON & McCORMICK, 318 Main. [See page 490.] 

Fruits. 

(See Confectionery and Fruits.) 

Fur Dealer. 

King S., 163 High 

Furnaces and Ranges* 

(See Stoves and Furnaces.) 

Furniture Dealers. 

CRAFTS & FRASER, 147 High. [See page 457.] 

Holyoke Furniture Co., 63 Dwight 

MACK P & CO., 301 High. [See page 452.] 

OCTO FRANK & CO., 67 to 71 High. [See page 419.] 

PARFITT J. & SONS, 135 Main. [See page 451.] 

PARKER JOHN B., (secondhand), 51 Union. [See page 451.] 

Steitz Theo., (second hand), 330 Park 

Tilley J. & Co., 109 and 111 Main 

Woodruff E. E., 451 Main 

Furniture Repairers. 

Loring A., 269 High 

MACK P. & CO,, 301 High. [See page 452.] 

PARFITT J. & SONS, 135 M .in. [See page 451.] 

Raymond J. W., 280 Main 

Tobedo Alfred, 156 Maple 

Galvanized Iron Workers. 

CONNOR THOMAS, 144 High. [See page 419.] 
KELLY & WESELY, 510 Main. [See page 417 
LYMAN S. T. & SON, 141 Main. [See page 418 
SHEPARDSON A. M., 171 Main. [See page 417/] 

Garden Vases. 

SNELL SAMUEL, foot Appleton. [See page 405.] 



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Gardeners, 

Dean Eli, South Holyoke Ferry, Main 
West John J., 20 Maple 

Gas Fitters. 

See Steam and Gas Fitting. 

Gas-Light Company. 

HOLYOKE WATER POWER CO., 1 Canal. [See page 356.] 

Gents 9 Furnishing Goods. 

ALLYN E. H. & CO., 253 High. [See top edge.] 

BENARD F. A., 317 Main. [See page 428.] 

CLINE A., 100 High. [See page 427.] 

COBE MAX 77 and 79 Dwight. [See page 426.] 

Cobe Philip, 126 High 

King S., 163 High 

McQuade & Co., 129 and 131 High 

Montague & Adams, 185 High 

NOUKSE & McCAMMON, 37 Dwight, Windsor Hotel block. [See 

back cover.] 
O'CONNOR E. & CO., 195 High. [See outside front cover.] 
PRESTON J. S. Jr., 15 Dwight. [See map.] 
PRESTON & BROWN, 219 High. [See page 429.] 
SENIOR HENRY M., Jr., 273 Main. [See page 429.] 
WESTPHAL H., 472 Main. [See page 432.] 
WOODSUM C. H. & CO., 227 High. [See back cover.] 

Granite Workers and Stone Cutters. 

COS NOLLY EDWARD, 298 Main. [See page 491.] 
COOK H. M., Railroad, cor Dwight. [See page 490.] 
DELANEY JOHN, (stone work for buildings), 134 Dwight. [See 

page 504.] 
JACKSON & McCORMICK, 318 Main. [See page 490.] 
MARRA JOHN, Crescent, near East. {See page 491.] 

Grate Bars. 

Holyoke Machine Co., 517 Main 

MTJNN & BAUSH, 509 East, cor Crescent. [See page 399.] 

Grist Mill. 

Frisell H. C, City Mills, Bowers & Mosher building, Front, near 
Dwight 

Grocers. 

(Hetail.) 
Beliveau Nazaire, 313 Main 
BENOIT S. J., 121 Lyman. [See page 466.] 
BENOIT & ROUILLARD, 350 Main. [See page 465.] 



254 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 



Bertrand Adolph, 696 East 

BONVOULOIR PETER, Jr., 103 High. [Seepage 462.] 

Brigham J., 11 Fountain 

CALLANAN & DONOGHUE, 203 High. [Seepage 460.] 

Campagna J. A., 696 East 

COLLINS GEORGE W., Ely, cor Ely court. [See page 464.] 

COUGHLIN JAMES F., 137 High. [See back colored page.] 

Courtney D., 517 High 

Couture & Benard, 29J Main 

CRAFTS & FRASER, 147 High. [See page 457.] 

DILLON T. & J., 165 and 169 Lyman. ]See page 459.] 

Donohue John, 710 East 

Doolittle O. O., 248 West Hampden 

DOYLE JAMES & CO., 93 High. [Seepage 461.] 

DUFRESNE A. N., 49 Cabot, [See page 463.] 

Duclos Peter 97 Park 

DUROCHER P. & SON, 562 East [See page 466.] 

ESINHART & CO., 185 Main. [See page 466.] 

Fenno E. A. & CO., 45 Dwight 

Finn M. J., 95 High 

Fitzsimmons J. H., 393 Main 

FONTAINE & HEBERT, 670 East. [See page 467.] 

FORD E. P. 165 High. [See page 456.] 

Ford John, 49 Ely 

Fournier Evariste, 1 1 Union 

Geran Cornelius D., 70 High 

HALFPENNY JOHN, 285 Main. [See page 460.] 

HUEBLER C. R., 290 Park. [See page 461.] 

JESS W. H,., 36 Lyman. [See page 466.] 

Landry Stephen, 117 Lyman 

LANGELIER & MARSEILLE, 369 Main. [See page 465.] 

Lawrence A. C, 71 Park 

Lynch Timothy, 47 East 

McCabe Felix, 104 Hampden 

Menard Z., 57 Union 

MONAT C. N., 120 High. [See page 467.] 

Moore Philander, 223 High 

MOQUIN VAL, 31 Union. [See page 464.] 

MORSE S. S., 274 High. [See page 457.] 

O'Connell John, 212 Lyman 

O'Donnell John, 215 Lyman 

O'Donoghue Dennis, 171 Lyman 

PERREAULT ULRIC, 72 and 74 Cabot. [See page 465.] 

Pomeroy E. J., 171 High 

Richards <fe Thayer, 462 and 464 Main. 

ROUSSEAU & POTVIN, 299 Main. [See page 464.] 

SAINTE MARIE & BEAUCHEMIN, 67, 69 and 78 Cabot. [See p. 

463.] 
SEARS LEMUEL & CO., 20 and 22 Dwight. [See inside front 

cover.] 
SEARS & CO., 480 Main. [See page 458.] 
Smith & Sanderson, 405 Main 



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Sullivan Thomas E., 185 Lyman 

Teahan M. J., 62 Lyman 

Tuttle A. T. & Son, 162 High and High cor Essex 

Walsh M. F., 95 Maple 

WITHERELL ALPHONSO, 16 Dwight. [See page 455.] 

Grocers. 

( Wholesale.) 
SEARS LEMUEL & CO., 20 and 22 Dwight [See inside front cover] 

Gun and Locksmith, 

Tebodo Alfred, 156 Maple 

Hacks. 

(See Livery Stables.) 

Hair Dressers. 

Bartlett Frank P., 827 Main 

Bertrand Frank, 311 Main 

Boy er Joseph, Jr., 113 High 

Cronin P. F., Mosher cor Main 

Desjardin Oliver, 54 Lyman 

Dubois Aime F., 75j Main 

Ezold R. Emil, 33 Hampden 

Hamel Antonius, 339 Main 

Harris Henry, 391 Main * 

Larivee Louis B., 151 High 

Mack W. H., 108 Maple 

McCarty E. F., 36 Hampden 

Metty William, 273 High 

Morin Alexis, 48 Cabot 

Oldershaw Alvah, 18 Dwight 

Paiement Charles L., 151 Lyman 

PIQUETTE & VAUTRIN, 109 High. [See page 451.] 

Plouff Azarie, 49 Union 

Provost Euclide, 111 High 

Roberge Ernest P., 225 High 

Tatro Peter, 361 Main 

Underwood G. F., 19 Main 

Vershon David, 453 Main 

Wagner R., 88 Main 

Williston L. N., 129 Front, basement Windsor Hotel 

Hair Goods and Hair Workers. 

Bolt Delia A., 47 Dwight 

Fitz Gibbon J. J. Mrs*, 180 High 

Hardware and Cutlery, 

Burditt G. W., 14 Dwight 

RUSSELL G. E., 245 High. [See page 408.] 



256 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



RUSSELL J. & CO., 23 Dwight and 23 Race. [See page 406.] 
WYLIE J. H. JR. & CO., 7 Dwight. [See page 407.] 

Harness Makers. 

FAIRFIELD MOSES, 30 Dwight. [See page 483.] 

HUNTER JOHN T., 42 Main. [See page 484.] 

Mayberry W. H., 249 High 

PROULX DANIEL, 344 High cor Division. [See page 483.] 

Hats and Caps* 

ALLYN E. H. & CO., 253 High. [See top edge.] 

BERNARD F. A., 317 Main. [See page 428.] 

CLINE A., 100 High. [See page 427.] 

COBE MAX, 77 and 89 Dwight. [See page 426.J 

Cobe P., 126 Hidi 

McQuaid S. & Co., 129 and 131 High 

Montague & Adams, 185 High 

NOITRSE & McCAMMON, 37 Dwight, Windsor Hotel Block. [See 

outside back cover. 
O'CONNOR E. & CO., 195 High. [See outside front cover.] 
PRESTON J. S. Jr., 15 Dwight. [See map.] 

PRESTON & BROWN, 219 High, City Hat store. [See page 429.] 
SENIOR HENRY M. Jr., 273 Main. [See page 429.] 
WOODSUM C. H. & CO., 227 High. [See outside back cover.] 

Say and Straw. 

BOUTON H. E., 127 Main. [See page 453.] 

Carter H. H., 29 Main 

CadieuxE. 127 Park 

PRENTISS R. T , 62 Main. See page 453-] 

Horse Shoers. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 

DWYER JAMES, 6 Suffolk near High. [See page 489.] 

FENTON & DUNN, 84 to 96 Hampden. [See page 420.] 

NEWTON A., 38 Dwight. [See page 488.] 

ROUILLARD H., 326 Main. [See page 489.] 

SHEA RICHARD, 363 High near cor Appleton. [See page 488.] 

Hides and Tallow. 

NASH, HOLMES & CO., between Winona and Hampden Glazed 
Paper Co., below third level canal. [See page 468.] 

Hotels. 

GERMANIA HOTEL, Michael J. Yoerg, prop., 80 Hamilton cor 

Race. [Seepage 504.] 
Greeley's Hotel, Mrs. Hannah Greeley, 38 Hampden 
Holyoke House, (Frederick Bush), 17 Dwight 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 257 



NORRIS HOUSE, Wm. H. Norris, prop., Mosher cor Main. [See 

page 505.] 
PALATINE HOTEL, (Joseph Andrews) 402 Main. [See page 505.] 
SAMOSETT HOUSE, (S. J. Hobbs), .143 Maple. ]See page 487.] 
WINDSOR HOTEL, (G. H. Bowker), 43 Dwight corner Front. [See 

oppo inside front cover.] 

Mouse Famishing Goods, 

CRAFTS & FRASER. 147 High. [See page 457.] 
OCTO FRANK & CO., 67 to 71 High. [See page 419.] 
PARFITT J. & SONS, 135 Main. [See page 451.] 
SECKEL A. H., 135 High. [See page 452.] 
Woodruff E. E., 451 Main 

Ice Cream,. 

BARR'S DINING ROOMS, E. E. Barr, prop., 237 High. [Seep 446] 
HOWE JOHN, 186 High. [See page 450.] 
LOTHROP M. G., 125 High. [See page 450.] 
RIGALI LOUIS, 447 Main. [See page 447.] 
RIGALI JOSEPH, 109 High. [See page 447.] 

Ice Dealer. 

Corains John S., 251 High. 

Imitation Seal Skin Manufacturers. 

CHAD WICK & CH \DWICK, Water Power Co.'s Cabot street mill. 
[See page 385.] 

Insurance Agents. 

CLARKE ERNEST C, 6 Dwight. [See bottom edge.] 

JOHNSON R. B. &SON, 199 High. [See outside front cover.] 

Judd Dwight O., Northampton, I. P. 

JUDD & PARSONS, 189 High. [See page 423.] 

KING CHARLES D., (Mass. Mutual Life Ins. Co.), 225 High. [See 

page 522.] 
MAGNA A. G., 31 Dwight. [See page 422.] 
METROPOLITAN LIFE INS CO.— INDUS TRIAL BRANCH. 

Thomas O'Hare supt., 55 Dwight. [See page 425.] 
MUNN J. B., 13 Dwight. [See page 422.] 
Underwood Porter, 225 High 
Wolcott C. B. (life) 231 High 

Intelligence Offices. 

Buchanan Robert Mrs., 67 Race 

GUNN LUCY E., MRS., 12 Dwight. [See page 435.] 

Iron Foundries. 

DEANE STEAM PUMP CO., Cabot cor South Canal, general office 
Bigelow. [See opp page 67.] 

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258 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Holyoke Machine Co., 51V Main 

MUNN & BAUSH, 509 East, cor Crescent. [See page 399.] 

Iron and Steel, 

Burditt G. W., 14 Dwight 

WYLIE J. H. JR. & CO., 7 Dwight. See page 407.] 

Jewelers and Watchmakers. 

Cahill H. C, rear 366 High 

Crosby A. E., 435 Main 

England Geo. H., 233 High 

Lee A. E., 399 Main 

Meacham J. W., 213 High 

Porterfield D. H., 67 Dwight 

RAND A. J., 9 Dwight. [See page 442.] 

TABER & CHAPMAN, 183 High. [See front colored page.] 

YOIGT CHRISTIAN H., 155 High. [See page 442.] 

Junk Dealers. 

DOOLAN JOHN, 4 Appleton. [See page 491.] 
Dolan M. W., 103 Main 

Griffin Patrick, 78 Pine 

Hillman Joseph, 101 Walnut 

Morton C. H. (scrap iron and metals), 15 Crescent 

Sheehan Thomas, 78 Prospect 

Sullivan Patrick J., 91 Fountain.] 

Lanips and Oils. 

SECKEL A. H., 135 High. [See page 452.] 

Laundries. 

HOLYOKE STEAM LAUNDRY, F. H. Hayes, laundry 20 Race, 

office 41 Main. [See page 442.] 
Kinnavan M., 515 High 
Lee Han. 319 High 
PRESTON JOSEPH S. JR. (Troy Steam Laundry), 15 Dwight. [See 

map.] 
PRESTON & BROWN (Troy Laundry), 219 High. [See page 429.] 
SENIOR HENRY M. JR. (Troy Steam Laundry). 273 Main. [See 

page 429.] 
Sing Lee, 92 Main 
Wah Sin<r, 141 High 

Leather and Findings. 

GILLIGAN P. J., 166 High. [See page 430.] 

Libraries. 

Holyoke Public Library, City Hail building 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 259 

Lime, Cement and Plaster, 

PRENTISS R. T., 62 Main. [See page 453.] 

Liquor Dealers. 

( Wholesale.) 

[Retail Dealers see Saloons.) 

BENOIT & ROUILLARD, 350 Main. [See page 465.] 

BONVOULOIR PETER, JR., 103 High. [See page 462.] 

CLEARY JOHN, 120 Maple. [See page 510.] 

DALY JOHN C. (ale and porter), 78 Newton. [See page 511.] 

DUFRESNE A. N., 49 Cabot. [See page 463. 

FLANAGAN THOMAS J., 163 Lyman. [See page 511.] 

MOQUIN VAL, 31 Union. [See page 464.] 

O'Donnell John, 217 Lyman 

O'Donnell V. J. (ales), 111 High 

SAINTE MARIE & BEAUCHEMIN, 67, 69 and 73 Cabot. [See p. 

463.] 
Shea James (ales), 37 and 39 Hampden 

Lithographer. 

THOMAS HENRY, Bowers & Mosher's building opp H. & W. R. R. 
depot. [See page 443.] 

Livery, Boarding and Feeding Stables. 

BOWKER H. & CO., 8 John rear Windsor Hotel. [See page 486.] 

Carter Harvey H., 29 Main. 

CASWELL E. L., 406, 408 and 410 Main. [See page 480.] 

DAVIS C. B. & J. A. (boarding), 243 Elm cor Cabot. [See page 480] 

GEE JOHN, 10 Suffolk. [See pa^e 485.] 

Guertin M., Commercial, foot Hampshire 

HICKS MORRIS & CO. (sale), 120 Pine. [See page 487.] 

HOBBS S. J., 57 and 59 Hampden. [See page 487. [ 

JARVIS N. B., 2.74 Main. [See page 484.] 

Jenks W. W., 155 Maple 

Lafontaine A.. 4 Suffolk cor Railroad 

Miller S. T., 3 and 5 Ely 

O'CONNOR JOHN M., 69 Maple. [See page 486.] 

Locksmiths. 

Porter Bros., 33 Race 
Tebodo Alfred, 156 Maple 

Lumber Dealers. 

CHASE E, & SON, 210 Main. [See page 410.] 

CONNECTICUT RIVER LUMBER CO., 149 Hampden. [See page 

409.] 
ELY WATSON & SON, 122 Front. [See page 412-.] 
JOHNSON D. D. (wholesale) 6 Dwight. [See page 408.] 



260 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



MERRICK LUMBER CO., near C. R. R. R. freight depot. [See p 

411,] 
RANGER CASPER, 10 Bond cor Appleton. [See page 413.] 

Machinists and Machinery Manufacturers. 

Amherst Hydraulic Motor Co., first level between Appleton & Cabot 

Coburn & Taylor Mfg. Co. (rag-cutting machines), head upper level 
canal 

FIELD J. A. (jobbing), 120 Front. [See page 449.] 

Holyoke Machine Co., 517 Main 

HILL R. H. (friction clutches and elevators), first level canal bet Ap- 
pleton and Cabot. [See page 397.] 

JOLLY J. & W., first level canal bet Appleton and Cabot. [See p. 
403.] 

MUNN & BAUSH, 509 East. [See page 399.] 

Pattee R. & Co., 28 Main 

PERKINS B. F., Cabot street mill (east wing). [See page 404.] 

Porter Bros, (paper mill), 33 Race 

SMITH JOHN C., Bigelow bet Appleton and Cabot and Race corner 
Cross. ]See page 401.] 

Manufacturers 9 and Mill Supplies. 

Buchanan, Bolt & Co., first level canal near Appleton 

BITTTRICK & FLANDERS, first level canal, between Appleton 

and Cabot. [See page 405.] 
Chase & Cooled^e, 11 Main and 5 Race 
JUDD PAPER CO., 6 Dwight. [See page 376.] 
PRENTISS R. T., 62 Main. [See page 453.] 
RUSSELL G. E., 245 High. [See page 408.] 
RESELL J. & CO., 23 Dwight and 23 Race. [See page 406.] 
WORTHINGTON PAPER CO., 1 and 4 Dwight. [See page 377.] 
WYLIE J. H., Jr., & CO., 7 Dwight. [See page 407.] 

Marble Workers. 

COOK H. M., Railread, cor Dwight. [See pa^e 490.] 
JACKSON & McCORMICK, 318 Main. [See page 490.] 
MARRA JOHN, Crescent, near East. [See page 491.] 

Mason Builders. 

Bolieu John, 37 Park 

BOS WORTH G. L. & CO., (stone masons), 120 Dwight. [Seep 489] 

DELANEY JOHN, (stone mason), 134 Dwight. [See page 504.) 

LANDERS BROTHERS, 166 and 231 High. [See page 501.] 

L'Esperance Frank (plasterer), 291 High 

LYNCH BROTHERS, 276 Dwight. [See page 502] 

MORIARTY JOHN J., (plasterer), 200 Hampden [See page 503.] 

RICHARDS GEO. W., 271 Main. [See page 502.] 

Masons 9 Building Materials, 

PRENTISS R. T., 62 Main. [See page 453.] 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 261 

Mathematical Instruments. 

FITZGERALD & CO., 196 High. [See page 441.] 

Mattress Manufacturers. 

HEINRITZ JOHN, successor to Holyoke Woven Wire Mattress Co., 
factory 120 Front, office 401 Main. [See page 395.1 

MASS. WOVEN WIRE MATTRESS CO., works South, B. V., office 
Palatine Hotel. [See front col'd page.] 

Meat Markets. 

Allyn A. & S. B., 168 High 

ALLYN GEORGE H., 50 Dwight. [See page 471.1 

BENOIT & ROUILLARD, 350 Main. [See page 465.] 

BIGELOW B. F., 157 Lyman. [See page 474.] 

BONVOULOIR PETER Jr., 103 High. [See page 462.] 

BROOKS CHARLES W., 64 Main. [See page 476.] 

Couture & Benard, 291 J Main 

Dowd J. & M., 96 Maple, cor Lyman 

DUFRESNE A. N., 49 Cabot. [See page 463.] 

DUFRESNE LANDRE, 566 East. [See page 475.] 

FONTAINE & HE BERT, 670 East. [See page 467.] 

KELTON R. F. & CO., 35, 37 and 39 Main.; [See page 470.] 

Lawrence A. C, 71 Park 

L'Esperance A., Cabot, cor East 

LYMAN & GRAY, 105 Dwight. [See page 472.] 

McCarthy John K., 39 Sargeant * 

MONAT CHARLES N., 120 High. [See page 467] 

MONAT HENRY, 72 Lyman. [See page 475.] 

MOQUIN VAL., 26 Fountain. [See page 464.] 

MORSE S. S , 274 High. [See page 457.] 

Moreau & Walker, 52 Union 

Moore L. B., Mechanic, B. V. 

O'LEARY CORNELIUS, 149 Main. [See page 473.] 

Peltier & Perrault, 64 Union 

Pepin Joseph, Main cor Hamilton 

PERCY & STEBBINS, 350 High. [See page 471.] 

POWERS JOHN A., 167 Main [See page 472.] 

ROUSSEAU & POTVIN, 299 Main. [See page 464.] 

Sackett J N 456 Main 

SAINTE MARIE & BEAUCHEMIN, 67, 69 and 73 Cabot. [See p. 

463.] 
SAWTELLE & PAUL, 51 Hampden. [Seepage 469.] 
SULLIVAN J. F., 140 High. [See page 470.] 
SPAMER GEO., 317 Park. [See page 476.] 
SPAMER T., 313 Park. [See page 474.] 
Spears L J., 57 Hampden 
Vollert R. H., 339 Park 

Mechanical Engineers. 

ELLSWORTH EMORY A., City Hall. [See page 495.] 



262 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



MANN THOS. W., 35 Hampden. [See front colored page.] 

Sumner William J., 6 Dwight. 

TOWER D. H. & A. B., 63 Main. [See page 494.] 

Merchant Tailors. 

(See also Tailors.) 

BIENVENU JOSEPH, 306 Main. [See page 427.] 

COBE MAX, 77 and 19 Dwight. [See page 426.] 

CURLEY JOHN J., 139 High. [Seepage 428.] 

Hopp Philip & Co., 112 High 

MARKS M. A., 81 Main. [See page 42V.] 

Mitchell Arthur, 217 High 

PRENTISS CHAS. H., 199 High. [See page 426.] 



Metals. 



Dolan M. W., 103 Main 
Morton C. H., 15 Crescent 



Millinery. 

Audren Mrs., 301 Main 

BOSTON STORE, (Clark & Richard), 71 and 73 Dwight and 337 

Main. [See page 436.] 
Bowler John Mrs., 333 Main 
Dickieson, Reid & Co., 49 and 51 Dwight 
Fitz Gibbon J. J., Mrs., 180 High 
Hayes J. L., Mrs., 112 Dwight 
HIGGINS W. D. Mrs., 123 High. [Seepage 438.] 
Ladd C. E. Mrs. 21 Dwight 
Lynch T. J., 134 High 
Manning H.Mrs., 124 High 
Tremblay & Codaire, 345 and 347 Main 
Wolff Barnard, 157 High 

Mill Engineers. 

ELLSWORTH EMORY A., Cir.y Hall. [See page 495.] 

MANN T. W., 35 Hampden, [See front colored page.] 

Newton D. H. & J. C, Cabot cor Appleton 

Sumner William J., 6 Dwight 

TOWER D. H. & A. B., 63 Main. [See page 494.] 

Millwrights. 

GARCEAU GIDEON, 370 High [See page 500.J 

HARLOW LUCIUS, first level canal, between Appleton and Cabot 

[See page 396.] 
Newton D. H. & J. C, Cabot cor Appleton 
Sumner W. J., 6 Dwight 

Moulding Mills. 

ELY WATSON & SON, 122 Front [Seepage 412,] 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 263 



MERRICK LUMBER CO., near Conn. River R. R. freight depot. 

[Seepage 411.] 
RANGER CASPER, 10 Bond cor Appleton. [See page 413.] 

Music and Musical Instruments. 

CAMPBELL A., 33 Dwight. [See map.] 
CONWAY M. P., 170 High. [See page 433.] 
Hutchins M. J. D., 233 High 
Shedd H. A., Clough's block, 247 High 
STIMPSON C. N., 55 Dwight. [See page 433.] 
Sullivan M. J., 69 Dwight 

Music Teachers. 

Bates Emma Miss, 239 Pine 

Converse E. Miss, 286 Maple 

Cooley Herbert W. Mrs., 212 Walnut 

Fitz Gibbon J. J., 180 Hiyh 

HITT W. H., So Hadley Falls. [See page 517.] 

Maxfield M. Anna, 276 Maple 

Nelligan Anne, 43 Newton 

Palmer Julia D., 132 Beech 

Patoel Francis Mrs., 144 High 

Shedd H. A., Clough's Block, 247 High 

SpicerL. P., 118 High 

Sullivan M. J., 69 Dwight 

Willing Adolph 193 Dwight 

Young Etta 34 Essex 

Newspapers. 

HOLYOKE HERALD, (weekly) Herald Publishing Co., prop's 66 

Main. [See page 416.] 
Holyoke Journal, (weekly) 302 High. W. M. Thieme, proprietor. 
HOLYOKE TRANSCRIPT, (daily and weekly), Loomis & Dwight 

proprietors, 182 High. [See page 219.] 
LE DEFENSEUR, (weekly), Roy Bros., publishers, 291 Main. [See 

page 421.] 
THE BUILDER, Clark W. Bryan & Co., proprietors, Water Power 

Co.'s Cabot Street Mill, East Wing. [See opp page 39.] 
THE PAPER WORLD, Clark W. Bryan & Co., proprietors, Water 

Power Go's Cabot Street Mill, east wing. [See opp page 39.] 
THE MANUFACTURER AND INDUSTRIAL GAZETTE, Clark 

W. Bryan & Co. proprietors, Water Power Co.'s Cabot Street 

Mill, east wing. [See opp page 39.] 
Stage, (Holyoke Opera House Programme,) L. H. Orr, Springfield, 

publisher. 

News Depots. 

BLAKE W. H., 435 Main. [See page 437.] 
FITZGERALD & CO., 196 High. [Seepage 441.] 
HOLDEN CHAS. S., 9 Dwight. [See page 442.] 



264 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Notaries Public. 

(See Contents page 2.) 

i 
Nurses and Midwives. 

Aldrich Wm. Mrs., South Hadley Falls 

Atkins Cordelia, 33 Suffolk 

Crook Martha Mrs., 47 Pleasant 

Godso Ann E. Mrs., 74 Race 

Johnson Estelle Mrs., 26 Newton Place 

McCane Mary Mrs., 48 Bond 

Salyerds Caroline Mrs., 156 Pine 

St Onge Eloise Madame, 656 East 

Wakefield Laurinda Mrs., 76 West 

Welch Mary Mrs., 46 Walnut 

Whitcomb R. D. Mrs., Box 274 South Hadley Falls 

Oculist 

Gardner Dr. C. R., rooms (2 and 3) 235 High 

Opera Mouse. 

HOLYOKE OPERA HOUSE, Chase Brothers, managers, 43 Dwight. 

Oil and Compound Manufacturers. 

The Delpholeum Oil Co., Bower's & Mosher's building opp H. & W. 
R. depot. 

Painters. 

(House, Sign and Ornamental.) 

Blair Louis, 29 Cabot. 

Bradley William, 37 Chestnut 

Bugbee Smith A., 7 Canby 

Cavanaugh Lawrence & Co., 320 High 

Colby Medie C, 5 Canby 

CORDES F. D., 302 High. [See page 493.] 

DEAN & WHEELOCK, 147 Main. [See page 492.] 

Eastman & Nuttall, 265 High 

Riley John, 247 Dwight 

Rogers K. J., South near Elm, B. V. 

Shelby Charles F., 32 Dwight 

Paints and Oils. 

CORDES F. D., 302 High. [See page 493.] 
DEAN & WHEELOCK, 147 Main. [See page 492 ] 
GOODALL F. P., 11 Dwight. [See outside front cover.] 

Paper Box Manufacturers. 

Holyoke Paper Box Co., first level canal cor Cabot 



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Paper Dealers. 

AMERICAN PAD CO., 58 Main. [See page 37V.] 

Conklin John F., Northampton, B. V. 

Home Paper Co., Race cor Cross 

JUDD PAPER CO , 6 Dwight. [See page 376.] 

National Paper Co., 24 Main 

WORTHINGTON PAPER CO., 1 and 4 Dwight. [See page 377.] 

Paper Filling Manufacturers. 

Manning W. & J., Crystal Pulp Works, Bowers & Mosher's building 
Front cor Dwight 

Paper Hangers. 

CORDES F. D., 302 High. [See page 493.] 
DEAN & WHEELOC A, 147 Main. [See page 492.] 

Paper Hangings. 

Cavanaugh L. & Co., 320 High 

CORDES F. D., 302 High. [See page 493.] 

DEAN & WHEELOCK, 147 Main. [See page 492.] 

Paper Manufacturers. 

ALBION PAPER CO., second level canal below county bridge. [See 

page 359.] 
Beebe & Holbrook Co., 28 Dwight cor second level canal 
CAREW MFG. CO , So. Hadlev Falls. [See page 372.] 
CHEMICAL PAPER CO., third level canal foot Jackson. [See opp 

page 361.] 
CROCKER MANUFACTURING CO., second level canal below 

county bridge. [See page 365.] 
DICKINSON GEO. R. PAPER CO., first lerel canal near Sargeant. 



[See page 369.] 
!KF~ J 



DICKINSON & CLARK PAPER CO., second level canal below 

county bridge. [See page 363.] 
EXCELSIOR PAPER CO-, third level canal near overflow. [See p. 

368.] 
FRANKLIN PAPER CO., third level canal near overflow. [See p. 

373.] 
Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Co., Riverside 
HAMPSHIRE PAPER CO., So. Hadley Falls. [See page 371.] 
HOLYOKE PAPER CO., 637 Main. [See page 360.] 
MASSASOIT PAPER MFG. CO., Bigelow near Dwight. [See page 

366.] 
NEWTON PAPER CO., third level canal near Sargeant. [See opp 

page 36''.] 
NONOTUCK PAPER CO., second level canal below county bridge. 

[See page 361.] 
PARSONS PAPER CO., head of first level canal. [See page 358.] 
RIVERSIDE PAPER CO., foot Cabot. [See opp page 368.] 

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266 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



SYMS & DUDLEY PAPER CO., second level canal, opp Canal [See 

page 367.] 
UNION PAPER MFG. CO., third level canal near overflow. [See 

page 364.] 
VALLEY PAPER CO., second level canal near county bridge. [See 

page 370.] 
WAUREGAN PAPER CO., cor Dwight and first level canal. [See 

page 373.] 
WHITING PAPER CO., office head upper level canal. [See p. 357.] 
WHITMORE MFG. CO. (glazed paper and card), Water Power Co's 

Cabot st mill. [See page 374.] 
WINONA PAPER CO., second level canal below county bridge [See 

page 362.] 

Paper Mill Drainer Bottoms. 

SNELL SAMUEL, foot Appleton. [See page 405.] 

Paper Mill Machinery Manufacturers. 

Porter Bros., 33 Race 

Paper Pad Manufacturers. 

AMERICAN PAD CO., 58 Main. [See page 377.] 

Paper Rulers and Finishers. 

White Frank E., at Syms & Dudley Paper Co.'s Mill, below county 

bridge 
Wilson & Smith, Bowers & Mosher's building, opp H. & W. R. R. 

depot 

Papeterie Manufacturers. 

HOLYOKE ENVELOPE CO., Water Power Co.'s Cabot Street 
mill. [See page 375.] 

Paper Pulp Engine Bars and Plates. 

FROST, DAVIS & CO.. Bowers & Mosher's building. [Seepage 
394.] 

Paper Stock Dealers. 

(See also Hags and Paper /Stock.) 

DOOLAN JOHN, 4 Appleton. [See page 491.] 
Home Paper Co., Cross corner Race 
Houghtaling Chas. H., 6 Dwight 
National Paper Co., 24 Main 

Patent Solicitors. 

Hawes H. K., 225 High 



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Pattern and Model Makers. 

HARLOW LUCIUS, first level canal between Appleton and Cabot. 

[See page 396.] 
JOLLY J. & W., first level canal between Appleton and Cabot. [See 

page 403.] 
Piper A. M., Cabot street mill, east wing 
SMITH .JOHN" C, Bigelow, and Race corner Cross. [See page 401. | 

Patterns (Ladies.) 

HEIDNER F. A., (Bazar), 187 High. [See page 433.] 
WHITMORE J. B., (Butterick) 26 Dwight. [See outside front cover. | 

Photographers. 

Butler T>. E., Front corner John 

CASWELL & WALKER, 194 High. [See page 445.] 

DEMERS & SON, 314 Main. [See page 444.] 

Goldsmith Chas. B., Front near Hampden 

Labelle Israel, 310 Main 

MILES WILLIAM B., lSl High. [See page 444.] 

Monty John B. L., Front corner Hampden 

Warner M. P., (landscape), 38 Lincoln 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Audren A., 301 Main 

BLODGETT CHARLES, 231 High. [See page 439.] 

Carpenter Charles O., 217 High 

Chase Nathan B., 35 Dwight 

Crosier M. L., 399 Main 

Davis Ella M., 13 Suffolk 

Davis G. W., 15 Suffolk 

Donoghue D. F., 217 High 

Draper Edgar L., 3 Dwight 

Ferguson M. S., 49 Pleasant and 217 High 

Flanagan Peter J., 133 High 

Gardner C. R., (rooms 2 and 3), 235 High 

Godin Joseph C. E., 97 High 

Holyoke Frank, 18 Dwight 

Howard E. E., 13 Main 

Hubbard J. C, 236 Maple 

Humeston Luther F., 205 High 

Miller N. R., (2 and 3), 235 High 

MITIVIER M. M., 92 High. [See page 439.] 

O'Connor J. J., 114 Dwight 

Patten Julia M. Miss, 235 High 

Patoel Francis 114 High 

Reed Andrew F., 250 Maple 

Rich H. S. Mrs. (magnetic), 83 Dwight 

Seaver William (mental), 21 Newton Place 

Smith George H., 24 Dwight 



268 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



TANGUAY JOSEPH O., 60 Race. [See page 439.] 
Tuttle Lyman M., 256 Maple 
Woods J. IL, 231 High 

Pianos and Organs. 

CONWAY M. P., 170 High. [See page 433.] 
Hutchins M. J. D., 233 High 
STIMPSON C. N., 55 Dwight. [See page 433.] 
Sullivan M. J., 69 Dwight 

Pictures and Frames* 

CAMPBELL A., (pictures), 33 Dwight. [See map.] 
Delaney George, 369 High 

FITZGERALD & CO., 196 High. [See page 441.] 
WALTON E. A., 278 High. [See page 437.] 



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Planing Mills. 

ELY WATSON & SON, 122 Front. [See page 412.] 

MERRICK LUMBER CO., opp C. R. R. p. freight depot. [See p. 

411.] 
RANGER CASPER, 10 Bond, cor Appleton. [See page 413.] 

Plasterers. 

L'Esperance Frank, 291 High 

MORIARTY JOHN J., 200 Hampden. [See page 503.) 

Plumbers. 

Baker M. H., rear 366 High cor Appleton 
CARRINGTON H. C. & CO., 9 Main and 4 Race 
CONNOR THOMAS, 144 High. [See page 419.] 
KELLY & WESELY, 510 Main. [See page 417.] 
KENNEDY & SULLIVAN, 75 Main. [See page 418.] 
Lucey C. F., 47 Hampden 

LYMAN S T. & SON, 147 Main. [See page 418.] 
Phelps & Tower, 15 Main and 7 Race 
SHEPARDSON A. M., 171 Main. [See page 417.] 

Plumbers' Materials. 

CARRINGTON H. C. & CO., 9 Main and 4 Race. 
KELLY & WESELY, 510 Main. [See page 417.] 
LYMAN S. T. & SON, 141 Main. [See page 418.] 
SHEPARDSON A. M., 171 Main. [See page 417.] 

Pork Packers. 

HOLMES, PERKINS & CO, 52 Main. [See page 468.] 

Powder Manufacturers. 

LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO., (gunpowder and high explos- 
ives), Geo. H. Sampson, N. E. Agent, 231 State, Boston 



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Printers* 

BRYAN CLARK W. & Co., Water Power Co.'s Cabot St. Mill, east 

wing. [See opp page 39.] 
HUBBARD & TABER, 270 High. [See page 443.] 
Irwin V. J. & Co., 66 Main 
ROY BROS., 291 Main. [See page 421.] 
THOMAS HENRY, Bowers & Mosher's building, opp H. & W. R. 

R. depot. [See page 443.] 
TRANSCRIPT PUBLISHING CO., 182 High. [See opp page 219.] 
Wilson & Smith, Bowers & Mosher's building, Front 

Produce Dealers, 

( Wholesale.) 
EASTMAN WILLIAM, 168 High. [See page 467.] 
Mahaffy David, 149 Main 
Nash H. E. & Co., 129 and 131 Main 

SEARS LEMUEL & Co., (wholesale and retail), 20 and 22 D wight. 
[See inside front cover.] 

Provision Dealers. 

( Wholesale.) 

NASH, HOLMES & CO., between Winona and Hampden Glazed 

Paper Co., below third level canal. [See page 468 ] 
HOLMES, PERKINS & Co., 52 Main. [See page 468.] 

Publishers. 

BRYAN CLARK W. & CO., Water Power Co's Cabot St. Mill. [See 

opp page 39.] 
ROY BROS., Le Defenseur, (weekly), 291 Main. [See page 421.] 
TRANSCRIPT PUBLISHING CO., Daily and Weekly Transcript, 

182 High. [See opp page 219.] 
LOOMIS W. S. & CO., (Holyoke Directory), 182 High 
HOLYOKE HERALD, Herald Publishing Co., 66 Main. [See page 

416.] 
Thieme W. M.. Holyoke Journal, 302 High 

Pulp Manufacturers. 

Conn. River Pulp Co., Bigelow near Dwight 

CHEMICAL PAPER CO., south end, third level canal. [See opp 

page 361.] 
Crystal Pulp Works, W. & J. Manning, first level canal,n Dwight 

Pump Manufacturers. 

DEANE STEAM PUMP CO., Bigelow between Appleton aEd 
Cabot. [See opp page 67.] 

Hags and Paper Stock. 

DOOLAN JOHN, 4 Appleton. [See page 491.] 



270 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



National Paper Co., 24 Main 

WORTHINGTON PAPER CO., 1 Dwight. [See page 37V.] 

Real Estate Agents. 

AVERY G. S., 291 Dwight. [See page 498.] 

Bowers & Mosher, estate of, 5 Bowers 

Crafts R. P., 189 High 

Fuller H. A., 189 Pine 

Herbert Dennis E., 14 High 

Miller William A., 155 High 

Mosher & Bowers, M. & B. Building 

MUNN JOHN B., 13 Dwight. [See page 422.] 

Murray Joseph, South, Baptist Village 

PREW JOSEPH N., 196 Maple. [Seepage 440.] 

Underwood Porter, 225 High 

WHITE L. B., 40 Pearl cor. Lincoln. [See page 498.] 

Heed and Harness Manufacturer. 

WHITAKER E., opposite H. & W. R. R. [See page 398.] 

Remnant Store. 

HAMPDEN REMNANT STORE, Cooledge & Co., 83 Dwight, and 
373 Main. [Seepage 437.] 

Restaurants. 

(See JUating Houses.) 

Rock Drills. 

SAMPSON GEORGE H., 231 State, Boston 

Roofers. 

Gibson Thomns J., 135 East 

GIBSON & BOLAN, East Dwight cor. Center. [See page 499.] 

RYAN A. H.. 315 High. See page 499.] 

Rubber Goods Manufacturers. 

TUTTLE RUBBER WORKS., Bigelow between Appleton and 
Cabot. [See page 395.] 

Saloons. 

Adler David, 69 Main 

Ahearn John J., 176 Lyman 

ANDREWS JOSEPH, 402 Main. [See page 505.] 

Aubertin Napoleon, 50 Union 

AYEN JOHN, 93 Ma.n. [See page 508.] 

BARRY G. P., 157 Main. [See page 514.] 

Batchelor Fred, 674 East 

Battles M. R., 325 Main ' 

Bertrand A. H., 323 Main 

Borlen Blaise, 237 Park 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY 271 



Bowler John, 331 Main 

BOWMAN WM. E., 69 and 71 Hamilton. [See page 448.] 

Brueck Otto, 637 Summer 

Canavan James F., 463 Main 

Carmody P. F., 43 Hampden 

Casey James P., 349 Main 

CLEARY JOHN, (wholesale dealer), 120 Maple [See page 510.] 

Colleton Thomas, 26 Oliver 

Connor John J., 99 Maple 

Connors James, 21 Elm 

CROWLEY P. J., 136 Lyman. [See page 509.] 

Curley Michael D., 20 High 

DALTON M. R., 161 Main. [See page 509.] 

Doland Matthew W., 101 Main 

DONAHUE EDWARD, 329 Main. [See page 513.] 

Donoghue Hugh M., 22 Lyman 

Donoghue Jeremiah, 19 Chestnut 

Donoghue Michael, 184 Lyman 

DUFF P. J., 359 Main [See page 513.] 

DUNN P. E., 38 Main. [See page 510.] 

Dupont D. L., 293 Main 

English J. C, 71 Fountain 

EVANS N. J., 85 Dwight. [See page 508.] 

Fitzgerald Maurice C, 34 Elm 

Fitzgerald P., 61 Maple 

Garney Augustus Joseph, 143 Lyman 

GERAGHTY JAMES, 191 High. [See page 512.] 

Gillon James A., 146 High 

Godu E., 21 Fountain 

Gould Mary Mrs., 193 Lyman 

Graham James, 96 Ely 

Greaney T., 130 Maple 

Greeley James, 44 East 

Griffin John J., 266 Lyman 

Guilfoile Thomas H., 41 Hampden 

GUYOTT T. & V., 115 High. [See page 448.] 

HARDIMAN M. D., 43 East cor Ely. [See page 512.] 

Hudson John, 38 Hampden 

Hurley Anna Mrs., 84 Maple 

Hurley Daniel, 326 Park 

Hutton John J. Jr., 24 East 

Jacques Hilaire, 58 Union 

Jess James, 39 Adams 

JESS WILLIAM H., 34 Lyman. [See page 466.] 

KELLY ANTHONY, Bridge cor. Cabot. [See page 514.] 

Kennedy A., 189 Lyman 

Kennedy James C, 112 Maple 

Kreimendahl Chas. W. A., 300 Park 

Lawler Thomas 77 Main 

Leary Martin, 51 Walnut 

Lynch John T., 439 Main 

Maher G. W., 385 Main 



272 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Mahoney Florence, 74 High 

Manning John, 58 Bridge 

Manning M. J. 44 Elm 

MCCARTHY C. P., 139 Main. [See page 506.J 

McCarthy William, 216 Lyman 

McCormick Michael, 104 Hampden 

McElroy James, 83 High 

McGARRY THOMAS, 32 Hampden. [See page 512.] 

McGUANE JOHN, 365 High. [See page 513.] 

McKILLOP & CLIFFORD, 40 Lyman [See page 509.] 

McMahon & Fitzgerald, 83 Main 

MONAT PIERRE, 343 Main. [See page 512.] 

Moore Michael, 192 Lyman 

MORIARTY EUGENE, 61 Fountain. [See page 53.] 

Moriarty John Mrs., 63 Bridge 

Moriarty Michael J., 30 Oliver 

Morin M. M., 133 Lyman. 

Morrisson William, rear 35 Bridge 

Mulcahey John M., 176 High 

NEIDENTHAL JOHN, 516 High cor Cabot. [See page 507.] 

NORRIS W. H., Mosh- r cor Main. [See page 505.] 

Norton James H., 104 High 

Norton John, 117 Main. 

O'Donnell John, 217 Lyman 

O'Donnoll Maurice. 28 Lyman 

O'Donnell Y. J., Ill High 

O'Donoghue Michael T., 87 Walnut 

O'Neil Jeremiah, 100 Maple 

Quill John, 228 Park 

RILEY DAVID, 89 Main [See page 510.] 

Roberts Collis, 113 Lyman 

Rohan Martin. 65 Walnut 

Russell Peter, 109 High 

RYAN S. A., 319 High. [See page 509.] 

Savoi Touissant, 29 Union 

Shea James, 37 and 39 Hampden 

Shea Patrick, 13 Elm isgc ^ 

Shea Thomas, 39 Elm 

Sheehan E. F., rear 76 Prospect 

Sheelian Thomas J., 1 Chestnut cor Prospect 

Stevens William, 301 Park 

Sullivan Bridget, 159 Lyman 

Sullivan D. J., 90 and 94 High 

Sullivan Mortimer, 35 Maple 

Terrell Alexander, 115 Lyman 

Vachon Augustine, 42 Union 

Wagner Wolfgang, 32 Adams 

Walsh Matthew, 97 Main 

Waters Peter C, 31 Oliver 

White John, 105 Main 

Winkler Henry, 347 Park 

Winn & Murray, 40 East 

YOERG M. J., Germania Hotel. [See page 504.] 



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HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 273 



Salt Dealers. 

BOUTON H. E., 127 and 129 Main. [See page 453.J 
PRENTISS R. T., 62 Main. [See page 453.] 

Sausage Manufacturers, 

Beach Joseph, 229 Park 

HOLMES, PERKINS & CO., 52 Main. [See page 468.] 

SPAMER GEORGE, 317 Park. [See page 476.] 

Saw and Planing Mills. 

CONNECTICUT RIVER LUMBER CO., 149 Hampden. [See page 

409.] 
ELY WATSON & SON, 122 Front. [See page 412.] 
MERRICK LUMBER CO., near C. R. R. R. freight depot. [See p 

411.] 
RANGER CASPER, 10 Bond cor Appleton. [See page 413.] 

Saw Filers. 

Loring Albert, 269 High 
Porter Bros., 33 Race 
Tebodo Alfred, 156 Maple 

Sawing and Turning. 

ELY WATSON & SON, 122 Front. [See page 412.] 

INGHAM JOHN L., first level canal bet Appleton and Cabot. [See 

page 397.] 
MERRICK LUMBER CO., opp C. R. R. R. freight depot. [See p 

411.] 
RANGER CASPER, 10 Bond cor Appleton. See page 413.] 

Scrap Iron. 

Doland Matthew W., 103 Main 
Morton C. H., 15 Crescent 

Screw Manufacturers. 

MASSACHUSETTS SCREW CO., cor Bigelow and Cabot. [See p. 
391.] 

Sealing Wax Manufacturer. 

BROWNE M. C, first level canal bet Appleton aDd Cabot. [See p. 
376.] 

Sealskin (Imitation) Manufacturers. 

CHAD WICK & CHAD WICK, Water Power Co.'s Cabot st mill, 
west wing. [See page 385.] 

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274 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Seed Store. 
WYLIE J. H. JR. & CO., 7 Dwight. [See page 407.] 

Sewing Machine Agents. 

CONWAY M. P.. 170 High. [See page 433.] 

Flannery William, 59 Dwight 

HEIDNER F. A., 187 High. [See page 433.] 

O'Shea John, 265 High 

Singer Mfg. Co., J. M, Piquette manager, 31 Dwight 

Shafting, Hangers and Pullies. 

JOLLY J. & W , first level canal bet Appleton and Cabot. [See page 

403.] 
Pattee R. & Co., 28 Main 
SMITH JOHN C, Bigelow and Race, cor Cross. [See page 401.] 

Sheet and Plate Iron Workers. 

COGHLAN'S HOLYOKE STEAM BOILER AND IRON WORKS, 

Crescent junction Park. [Seepage 400.] 
Holyoke Steam Boiler and Plate Iron Works, Mechanic 

Shirt Manufacturers. 

PRESTON & BROWN, 219 High. [See page 429.] 

Shoddy, Flocks and Extracts. 

CONNOR BROTHERS, Bigelow cor Cabot and 649 Main. [See p. 
384.] 

Sign Painters. 

CORDES FRANK D., 302 High. [See page 493.] 
DEAN & WHEELOCK, 147 Main. [See page 492.] 
Shelby Charles F., 32 Dwight. 

Silk Manufacturers* 

UNQUOMONK SILK MILLS, Wm. Skinner & Son, proprietors, 
Appleton corner Bigelow. [See page 390.] 

Silver and Silver Plated Ware. 

Meacham J. W., 213 High 

Porterfield D. H., 67 Dwight 

RAND A. J., 9 Dwight. [See page 442.] 

TABER & CHAPMAN, 183 High. [See front colored page.] 

Skating Mink. 

Holyoke Skatiug Rink, W. E, White, lessee and manager, Front near 
Fountain 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 275 

Slater. 
RYAN A. H., 315 High. [See page 499.] 

Slate Dealer. 
RYAN A. H., 315 High. [See page 499.] 

Soap Manufacturer. 

ABBOTT W. H., Howard near West Hampden. [See page 396.] 

Spindle Manufacturer. 

BUTTRICK & FLANDERS, first level canal between Appleton and 
Cabot. [See page 405.] 

Spring JBed Manufacturers. 

HEINRITZ JOHN, successor to Holy^ke Woven Wire Mattress Co., 
factory 120 Front, office 401 Main. [See page 395.] 

MASS. WOVEN WIRE MATTRASS CO., works South, B. V., 
office Palatine Hotel. [See front colored page.] 

Stair Builders. 

MERRICK LUMBER CO., opp C. R. R. R. freight depot. [See p 

411.] 
RANGER CASPER, 10 Bond cor Appleton. [See page 413.] 

Stationers and Booksellers. 

CAMPBELL ALEXANDER, 33 Dwight. [See map.] 
FITZGERALD & CO., 196 High. [See page 441.] 
HOLDEN C. S., 9 Dwight. [See page 442.] 

Steam and Gas Fitters. 

Baker M. H.,(gas fitter), rear 366 High corner Appleton 

CARRINGTON H. C. & Co., 9 Main and 4 Race 

CONNOR THOMAS, (gas fitter), 144 High. [See page 419.] 

KEGAN T. F., 14 Appleton cor Bigelow. [See page 415.] 

KELLY & WESELY; 510 Main. [See page 417.] 

KENNEDY & SULLIVAN, (gas fitters), 75 Main. [See page 418.] 

KILBRIDE T. F., 9 Appleton cor Main. [See page 416.] 

Lucey C. F., 47 Hampden 

SHEPARDSON A. M., 171 Main. [See page 417.] 

Steam Heating Apparatus. 

CARRINGTON H. C. & Co., 9 Main and 4 Race 

KEGAN T. F., 14 Appleton corner Bigelow. [See page 415.] 

KILBRIDE T. F., 9 Appleton cor Main. [See page 416.] 



276 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Steam Pumps and Steam Pumping Machinery. 

DEANE STEAM PUMP CO., Bigelow between Appleton and Cabot. 
[See opp page 67.] 

Steamship Ticket Agents. 

CHAPDELAINE CHARLES, 100 High. [See page 424.] 

Curran T. L., 107 Main 

DOYLE JAMES & CO., 93 High. [See page 461.] 

JOHNSON R. B., 199 High. 

Koehler Paul H., 512 Main 

MAGNA A. G., 31 Dwioht. [See page 422.] 

PRESCOTT C. B., post office. [See page 424.] 

Stocking Manufacturer. 

Rennelson Thomas, 91 Race 

Stone Cutters and Dealers. 

CONNOLLY EDWARD, 298 Main. [See page 491.] 
COOK H. M., Railroad corner Dwioht. [See page 490.] 
JACKjSON & McCORMICK, SIS Main [See page 490.] 
MARRA JOHN, Crescent near East. [See page 491.] 

Stone Masons. 

BOSWORTH G. L. & CO., 120 Dwight. [See page 489.] 
DELANEY JOHN, 134 Dwight. [See page 504.] 

Stone Quarries. 

BOSWORTH G. L. & CO., 120 Dwight. [See page 489.] 
DELANEY JOHN, 134 Dwight. [See page 504.] 

Storage Warehouses. 

HEMPHILL A. E., Cabot corner Commercial. [See page 397.] 
PERRY A. H, 66 to 72 Crescent. [See page 396.] 

Stoves and Furnaces. 

CONNOR THOMAS, 144 High. [See page 419.] 

Holyoke Furniture Co., 61 to 65 Dwight 

KELLY & WESELY, 510 Main. [See pa«e 417.] 

KENNEDY & SULLIVAN, 75 Main. [See page 418.] 

LYMAN S. T. & SON. 141 Main. [See page 418.] 

OCTO FRANK & CO., 67 to 71 High. [See page 419.] 

PARKER J. B. 51 Union. (See page 451.] 

Phelps & Tower 15 Main and 7 Race 

SHEPARDSON A. M. (furnaces) 171 Main. [See page 417.] 



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Street Hallway Company. 

Holyoke Street Railway Co., treasurer's office 13 Dwight; general of- 
fice South Hadley Falls. . 

Stueeo Worker. 

MORIARTY JOHN J., 200 Hampden. [See page 503.] 

Tailors and Drapers. 

{See also Merchant Tailors.) 

BIENVENU JOSEPH, 306 Main. [See page 427.] 

BLANCHARD H. R., 170 High. [See page 427.] 

Carroll William D., 138 Maple 

COBE MAX, 77 and 79 Dwight. [See page 426.] 

CURLEY JOHN J., 139 High. [See page 428.] 

HoppP. & Co., 112 High 

Lynch Richard, 157 Maple 

MARKS M. A., 81 Main. [See page 427.] 

Mitchell Arthur, 217 High 

PRENTISS CHARLES H , 199 High. [See page 426.] 

Weilland Charles J., 283 Main 

Teamsters. 

{See Trucking and Expressmen.) 

Teas, Coffees and Spices, 

[See Groceries.) 

BENOIT & ROUILLARD, 350 Main. [See page 465.] 

BONVOULOIR PETER Jr., 103 High. [See page 462.] 

CALLANAN & DONOGHUE, 203 High. [See page 460.] 

COMERFORD & DALY, 96 High. [See page 454.] 

COUGHLIN JAMES F., 137 High. [See opp inside back cover.] 

CRAFTS & FRASER, 147 High. [See page 457.] 

DOYLE JAMES & CO., 93 High. [See page 461.] 

Fitzsimmons J. H., 393 Main 

Fitzsimmons W. M., 423 Main 

FORD E. P., 165 High. [See page 456.] 

HALFPENNY J., 285 M*in. [See page 460.] 

HEUBLER CHARLES R., 209 Park. [See page 461.] 

HOLYOKE AND SOUTH HADLEY FALLS TEA AND COFFEE 

CO., 34 Lyman. [See page 461.] 
McQUEENY M. J., 136 High. [See page 454.] 
MORSE S. S., 274 High. [See page 457.] 

SAINTE MARIE & BEAUCHEMIN, 67, 69 & 73 Cabot. [See p 463.] 
SEARS & CO., 480 Main. [See page 458.] 
SEARS LEMUEL & CO., 20 and 22 Dwight. [See inside front 

cover.] 
SMITH F. F. & Co., 174 High. [See page 477.] 
WITHERELL ALPHONSO, 16 Dwight, [See page 455.] 



278 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

! 1 

Telegraph Offices. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., H. B. Spencer, manager, C. R. R. R. 
depot, branch offices 159 High and H. & W. R. R. depot. 

Telephone Office. 

New England Telegraph & Telephone Co., C. B. Perkins manager, 
24 Dwight. 

Testing Flume. 

Testing flume of Holyoke Water Power Co., rear Cabot street mill 

Thread and Twine M anuf acturers. 

HADLEY CO., head of second level canal, 42 Canal. [See page 348.] 
MERRICK THREAD CO., 539 Main. [See page 389.] 

Ticket Agents. 

(See Steamship licket Agents^) 

BONVOULOIR PETER Jr., (R. R.) 103 High. [See page 462.] 
CHAPDELAINE CHARLES, (R. R. and Steamship), 100 High. 

[See page 424.] 
MAGNA A. G., (R. R. and Steamship.) 31 Dwight. [See page 422.] 
MOQUIN VAL (Cent. Vt. R. R.,) 31 Union. [See page 464.] 

Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper Workers. 

Baker M. H., rear 366 High cor Appleton. 
CONNOR THOMAS, 144 High. [See page 419.] 
KELLY & WESE L Y, 5 1 Main. [See page 4 1 7.] 
KENNEDY & SULLIVAN, 75 Main. [See page 418.] 
LYMAN S. T. & SON, 141 Main. [Seepage 418.] 
OCTO FRANK & CO., 67 and 71 High. [See page 419.] 
Phelps & Tower, 15 Main and 7 Race 
SHEPARDSON A. M., 171 Main. [See page 417.] 

Top Moll tJoverers and Belt Makers. 

CHASE S. H., Lyman Mills. [See page 396.] 
Hall B. W., Hampden Cotton mill 

NICHOLS BENJAMIN F., Water Power Co.'s Cabot street mill. 
[See page 394] 

Toy Stores. 

TIEIDNER F. A., 187 High. [See pa^e 433.] 

HOLDEN CHARLES S., 9 Dwight. [See page 442.] 

Neville Charhs, 389 Main 

SECKEL'-, 135 High. [See page 452.] 

Whiting I., 19 Dwight 



HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 279 



Trucking. 

[See JExpressmen.) 

CHILDS A, H., 62 Main. [Seepage 478.] 

Dowd William B., Mechanic 

ELLISON GEORGE P., 17 High and 141 Main. [See page 481.] 

Hanson Isaac W., 376 High 

Kennedy J., 1 Cabot 

Kennedy P. J., 448 Maple 

Moynihan Bros., C. R. R. R. freight depot and 45 Mosher 

O'CONNELL DANIEL, 188 Hampden. [See page 500.] 

PIPER JOSEPH, C. R. R. R. freight depot and 70 Bridge. [See p. 

482.] 
SHELDON C. M., 15 Dwight and 20 West. [See page 482.] 

Trunk Manufacturer. 

RIVEST URGEL E., 104 High. [See page 431.] 

Trunks and Valises. 

COBE MAX, 77 and 79 Dwight. [See page 426.] 

CORSER C. A., 149 High. [See page 431.] 

GILLIGAN P. J., 166 High. [See page 430.] 

May berry W. H., 249 High 

Montague & Adams, 185 High 

Munseil T. L., 71 Main 

NOURSE & McCAMMON, 87 Dwight, Windsor Hotel block. [See 

outside back cover.] 
O'CONNOR E. & CO., 195 High. [See front cover.] 
Osborn E. F. Jr., 229 High 
RIVEST U. E., 104 High. [See page 431.] 
SENIOR HENRY M. JR., 273 Main. [See page 429.] 
Sullivan D. E., 209 High 
WESTPHAL H., 472 Main. [See page 432.] 

Turning and Sawing. 

INGHAM JOHN L., first level canal bet Appleton and Cabot. [See 
page 397.] 

Undertakers. 

DJLLON T. & J., 165 Lyman. [See page 459.] 

Gingras Alfred, 77 High. 

GLASTER MRS. & SON, 127 Maple. [See page 421.] 

Quint N. W., 207 High 

Sheridan & Shea, 134 Maple 

Upholsterers. 

Loring Albert, 271 High 

MACK P. & CO., 301 High. [See page 452.] 

PARFITT J. & SONS, 135 Main. [See page 451.] 

Raymond J. W., 280 High 

Tilley John & Co., 109 and 113 Main 



280 HOLYOKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Veterinary Surgeons, 

ALVORD EDWARD, 3 and 5 Ely. [See page 487.] 
Lyon E., office Saraosett House, 143 Maple 

Wagon Maker. 

FENTON & DUNN, 84 to 96 Hampden. [See page 420.] 

Wagon Hepairer. 

Lapage Eugene, 518 East 

Warp Manufacturer. 

Holyoke Warp Co., 529 Main 

Water Motors. 

Amherst Hydraulic Motor Co., first level bet Appleton and Cabot 

Water JPotver Co. 

HOLYOKE WATER POWER CO., 1 Canal. [See page 356.] 

Water Wheels. 

Holyoke Machine Co., 517 Main 

Sumner William J (agent Victor), 6 D wight 

White Washer. 

Curley Patrick, 22 High • 

Window Shades and Fixtures. 

CORDES FRANK D., 302 High. [See page 493.] 
DEAN & WHEELOCK, 147 Main. [See page 492.] 

Wire Manufacturers. 

Buchanan, Bolt & Co., first level cinal near Appleton 
PRENTISS GEORGE W. & CO. (Prentiss Wire Works), 29 Dwight 
[See page 392.] 

Wire Mattress Manufacturers. 

HEINRITZ JOHN, successor to Holyoke Woven Wire Mattress Co., 
factory 120 Front, office 401 Main. [See page 395.] 

MASS. WOVEN WIRE MATTRESS CO., works South, B. V. office 
Palatine Hotel. [See front coPd page.] 

Woolen Goods Manufacturers. 

BEEBE, WEBBER & CO., 639 Main. [See page 382.] 






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281 



OHADWICK & CHADWICK (imitation seal skins), west wing 
Water Power Co's Cabot st mill. [See page 385.] 

CONNOR BROTHERS, cor Cabot and Bigelow and 649 Main. [See 
page 384.] 

GERMAN1A MILLS, cor Race and South. [See page 383.] 

Springfield Blanket Co., third level canal near Sargeant. 

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Abbey Abner B., coal and wood dealer, Holyoke, h Willimansett road 

Adams Amos B., emp Chemical Paper Co., Holyoke, house South 

Adams Horace, emp H. Hatfield, boards off Carew 

Adams Nettie J., emp Carew Mfg. Co., boards Carew near Methodist 

Ahern Michael, laborer, house School 

Alden James M., carpenter, house Spring 

Aldrich Alfreda, widow William, nurse and midwife, h Rose Hill place, 

South cor Warner 
Allen Henry S., emp G. W. Maxwell, boards South Ma n n Spring 
Allen James O., machinist Carew Mfg. Co., house Taylor 
Allen Joseph, clerk T. L. Munsell, Holyoke, house Graves 
Allen Joseph, farmer, boards Spring near Hartford 
Allen William P., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house South Main 
Almond John, foreman Chad wick & Chadw ck, h off No. Main near 

Had ley road 
Almond Joseph, emp Chadwick & Chad wick, bds Ko. Main nearHad- 

ley road 

ALVORD EDWARD, horse dealer and veterinary surgeon, house 
South Main. [See page 487.] 
Arnitz Irenie, laborer, house Main 
Asquith Alfred, dry goods, etc., Main, house do 
At water George M., treas Glasgow Co., res Bright wood, Mass. 
Aubertin Charles, house Lamb cor School 
Auger Antoinette, dressmaker, boards South 
Auger Theonas, clerk George W. Richards, house South 
Austin Bridget, widow James, house WoodJawn 
Austin Charles, painter, removed to Texas 
Austin Michael J., house Woodlawn 
Axman Herman, emp Glasgow Co., house Hampden 
Averill Mary Miss, teacher High School, bds R. O. Dwight, No Main 
Avery Sydney W., receiving clerk Syms & Dudley Paper Co., h Ca- 
rew cor Methodist 
Ay res Arthur, musician, boards L. Ayres, Granby road 
Ayres James, farmer L. Ayres, Granby road 
Ayres Langdon, farmer, house Granby road 

Baker George, emp Glasgow Co., house School 
Baker John, farmer, house Willimansett road 
Baker John, Jr., laborer, house Willimansett road 



SOUTH HADLEY [B] FALLS DIRECTORY. 283 



Baldwin Frederick, emp Carew Co., house Canal 

Baldwin John, boards Maple 

Baldwin Robert, engineer Hampshire Paper Co., house Maple 

Ballou Alonzo N., fireman Carew Co., house Carew 

Bardwell Charles A., farmer, house Carew 

Baril Wilfred, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Hadley Falls Hotel 

Barnes Charles A., stableman, emp M. L. Barnes, boards Carew 

Barnes Martin L., liveryman Main near Bridge, house Carew 

Barnes Warren P., emp Glasgow Co., house No. Main cor Carew 

Barnes Warren P., Jr., emp Glasgow Co., boards Glasgow boarding 

house 
Barney Giles W., carriage maker Main near Bridge, house No. Main 
Barrett Edward H., removed to Springfield 
Barrett Michael F., emp G. W. Barney, boards High 
Barrett Timothy, laborer, house High 

Bartlett Charles J. (Kellogg & Bartlett), boards Warner cor North 
Bartlett Elmina D., teacher, boards Carew opp Market 
Bartlett John, emp Lynch Bros., house School 
Bartlett John W., rem to Northampton 
Bartlett Lucy E. Miss, boards Smith near South Main 
Bartlett Luman Z., wood dealer, yard and house Warner 
Barton James M., house Lamb corner Center 

Battersby Frederick W., emp W. Skinner & Son, boards So Main 
Battersby George L., emp Hadley Co., house So. Main 
Bean J. W., assistant postmaster Holyoke, house Maple 
Bean S. W. Mrs., house Maple 
Beardsley Lottie A. Mrs., emp Lyman Mills No. 3, bds Apple ave cor 

South Main 
Beaulieu John, brick mfr South Main, res Holyoke 
Beauregard Isaie, spinning room Glasgow Co., boards High 
Beckert George J., hairdresser Main near hotel, house do 
Beeler John, emp R. Britton, house off Hartford 
Begley Patrick, carpenter, house High 
Bell William, carpenter, house Canal 

BELLAMY CHARLES H., dyer, Methodist, house do. [See p. 
519.] 
Bellows Electa, widow Theodore, house Apple ave 
Bellrose Antoine, laborer, house Graves cor South 
Belodeau Phillistie, widow Edward, emp Glasgow Co. bds Main 
Benway Charles, emp Glasgow Co., house near Hartford 
Bertrand Addie, widow Francis, boards Main 
Bertrand Alphonse, emp Glasgow Co., boards Main 
Bertrand Louise, widow Joseph, house Main 
Bertrand Richard, emp Glasgow Co., house Main 
Best Edward Stewart Rev., pastor M. E. Church, house No. Main (on 

the hill) 
Bigelow Charles S., emp Whiting Paper Co., h South Main n Lamb 
Birkefield Henrietta Mrs., house North 
Bischoff Adam, weaving room Glasgow Co., house High 
Bischoff George, removed to Troy, N. Y. 

Blake George A., engineer Hampshire Paper Co., h Bridge n Lamb 
Bliss Benjamin C, traveling agent, house Bridge cor Lamb 



284 SOUTH HADLEY [B] FALLS DIRECTORY. 



Bliss Edward F., carpenter, house Smith 

Bliss E. Elliott, carpenter, removed to Bridgeport, Ct. 

Bliss George W., emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Methodist 

Bliss Horace W., silk peddler, house Spring 

Bliss S. E., emp Whiting Paper Co., house Hartford 

Bl ss Willard M., emp Albion Paper Co., Holyoke, house Grant 

Boden Henry, house South Main near cemetery 

Boettcher Charles F., clerk F. Westphal, house Warner 

Boloin Ignatz, farmer, house Falls Woods road 

Bolton James K., farmer, house Apple avenue 

Bond Sanford C, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Lamb 

Borthwick J. K., rem to Holyoke 

Borthwick Walter H., engineer Albion Paper Co., Holyoke, house 

Fals Woods road 
Bostwick Flora widow V. M., house North Main 
Boudreau Julius, emp Horse Car Co., h Market 
Boyea Oliver, rem to North Adams, Mass. 
Boyle William, rem to Chicago, 111. 
Bradley Arthur J., emp Farr Alpaca Co., Holyoke, house North 

ard, North Main 
Brainard Austin, farmer, house South Hadley and Falls Wood road 
Br tinard Benjamin C, agent and clerk Glasgow Co., house North 

Main 
Br.dnard Emma widow B. C, boards B. C. Brainard, North Main 
Brainard Halsey A., receiving clerk Nonotuek Paper Co., house Cen- 
ter cor Warner 
Brainard Mary J., teacher No. 5 Grammer School boards B. C. Brain- 
Brainard Robert A., emp Glasgow Co., house Bridge 
Brainard Wells, farmer, house old Falls road 
Bray Augusta, widow Marshall, boards Main 
Brazee Frank, painter, rem to Quincy, Mass. 
Brazee Sherman, rem to Quincy, Mass. 
Brennan Annie Miss, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards Hadley Falls 

Hotel 
Brennan Mary Miss, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Hadley Falls 

Hotel 
Brick Annie Miss,emp Carew Mfg. Co.,boards Glasgow boarding house 
Brick Catherine Mrs., house School 
Brick Dennis, emp C-a-ew Co., house High cor Canal 
Brick Patrick, employed Glasgow Co., house School 
Briggs Otis II., book keeper Hampshire Paper Co., boards Main cor 

Pleasant 
Britton Francis, dealer in wood, house Hartford opposite Hampden 
Britton Herbert R., house Hartford 
Britton Royal, brick maker, house Hartford 
Brower William, cigar maker, house Bridge 
Bryant Sylvester W., farmer, house Granby road 
Buckland Edward, house S >uth 
Buckley Hugh J., clerk, rem to Holyoke 
Bugbee Frank C, emp Holyoke Warp Co., house North Main opp 

Cong. Church 
Burns Owen, rem to Holyoke, 



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SOUTH HADLEY [Qj] FALLS DIRECTOKY. 285 



Burrall Henry M , house Bridge cor Lamb 
Burrall Sarah E. Miss, teacher, boards Bridge cor Lamb 
Butterfield Sophronia C, widow Ezra house Spring 
Buxton Daniel, carpenter, house Bridge 

Cahill Bridget Mrs., house Grant near Bridge 

Camp George L., emp Carew Mfg Co., house off Prospect 

Camp George W., house Carew 

Capistran Felix, laborer, house Graves 

Card Charles H., removed to Connecticut 

ftAREW MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Charles W. 

\J Gardner agent and treasurer, fine writing papers, near dam. 
[Seepage 372.] 

Carey Charles, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Carew 

Carey Edward, cigar maker, boards Main near Bridge 

Carey Hannah, widow Lawrence, house Main near Bridge 

Carey Harvey (Suhanek & Carey) house Carew 

Carpenter Joseph, mason, house Lamb near School 

Carroll Christopher, agt., confectionery, tobacco, etc., Bridge, house 
Main cor Bridge 

Casey Michael, emp Glasgow Co., house High 

Casey Michael, Jr., employed Glasgow Co., boards High 

Cavanaugh Daniel, blacksmith, G. W. Barney boards Glasgow 
boarding house 

Cavanaugh James, house Cottage row 

Cavanaugh Patrick, emp Lynch Bros., house Methodist 

Chalmers Thomas, emp Nonotuck Paper Co.. house South Main cor 

Chapin Arthur N., ice dealer, house High 

Chapin H. J. widow Cooley, house High 
Smith 

Chesebro E. Leslie, carpenter, house Maple near Canal 

Church Allen, house High 

Church Charles, stoves, ranges, tinsmith, general jobbing, Main near 
Market, house South Main near cemetery 

Charbonneau Alfred, laborer, house South 

Clark B. T., emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Hadley Falls Hotel 

Clark Chauncey C, engineer Winona Paper Co., boards C. A. Bard- 
well, house Carew 

Clark Frank H., emp Glasgow Co., rooms Lamb 

Clark John, dealer in hay, house Lamb cor Apple avenue 

Clark John W., emp Hampshire Paper Co., house School n Lamb 

Collier George W., emp Hadley Co., house Bridge 

Collier James, emp Hadley Co. boards Main n Bridge 

Collins Eliza Mrs., emp Albion Paper Co., house Methodist 

Collins James, laborer, house Main 

Collins Michael, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Main 

Collins Stephen, emp Conn. R. R., house Carew opposite Market 

Coleman P. B. Mrs., boards S. H. Falls Hotel 

Conlon John emp George W. Richards house North 

Coiigdon Benjamin, house Maple, opp Canal 

^'nnen Patrick, teamster Lynch Bros., boards Glasgow boarding 
house 




286 SOUTH HADLEY [JJ] FALLS DIRECTOKY. 



Connors Maurice, emp Landers Bros, brick yard, house South 
Cook Albert D., emp Deane Steam Purap Co., bds Spring n So. Main 
Cook C. E. Mrs., emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Maple 
Cook Royal J., carpenter, house Canal near Saw Mill, 
Cooley Chester Mrs., house South 

Cooley Herbert, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards South 
Comins C. M. Mrs., house Main cor Lamb 

Coney Marion Miss, emp Carew Mfg Co., rooms South cor Graves 
Corbett Michael A., laborer, house School 
Cosgrove Mary Mrs., house Main cor Lamb 
Costello Kate Mrs., emp Glasgow Co., house School 
Coughlin William, house 3 High 

Cox Gardner, physician, house and office 99 Bridge near Main 
Craft Francis A., house Spring near South Main 
Cray Michael, emp Carew Mfg Co., house High 
Crosby Charles, rem to Northampton 

Crosby Edmund F., emp Valley Paper Co., house Carew cor Market 
Crosby Edwin, emp Prentiss wire mill, house Lamb cor South 
Crosby George, emp Massasoit Paper Mfg Co., boards South 
Crosby Sophia P., widow Edmund, house South 
Crosby Walter, emp Valley Paper Co., boards South 
Crosier Monroe L., physician, house Carew corner Market 
Crowley Mary, domestic, Glasgow boarding house 
Cummings Wm. P., emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house Bridge 
Curran Cornelius, laborer, house Lamb 
Curran Patrick, emp Glasgow Co., boards Lamb 
Curtin Michael, removed to Holyoke 

Curtis Edward J., emp Phelps & Tower, house Center near Lamb 
, Cushing John, emp Glasgow Co., house Main 
Cutting Charles, car driver, H. S. R. W. Co. Boards Hadley Falls hotel 
Cutting Cheney M., milk man for J. B. Cutting, Canal 
Cutting Joseph B., shoemaker, Canal, house do 

Daisy Maggie Miss, emp Glasgow Co.. boards Main eor North Main 

Daly John C, removed to Holyoke 

Dano Medo, house Bridge cor Main 

Dargan Dennis laborer, house Hadley Falls road 

Dargan Patrick, farmer Hadley Falls road 

Dart Mary Ann Miss, boards School 

Dauphinais Adlor, carpenter, house Market cor School 

Davenport Charles H., travelling agt. Whitmore Mfg Co., h Prospect 

Davenport Lewis C. Mrs., house Smith 

Davis Frank A., mason, house Center corner Warner 

Day Austin S., farmer, house North Main corner Taylor 

Day David, house Lamb 

Day David E , emp Hampshire Paper Co., house School 

Day Harvey, house Apple avenue 

Deitz John, farmer, house Main over post office 

Dervine Lawrence J. Rev., rem to Chicago 

Detel John, emp Glasgow Co., house School 

Deusinger Frederick, emp Glasgow Co., house School 

Deusinger Theodore, clerk Hiram Smith, boards School 



SOUTH HADLEY [JJ Jf] FALLS DIRECTORY. 287 



Dickinson Clarence S., milk peddler, house So. Hadley 

Dickinson Jane, widow Levi, house So. Main near Spring 

Dickinson Levi, policeman, house Main cor Market 

Dillane Robert, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house Lamb corner Grant 

Dillon Henry emp H. Hatfield, house Main 

Dion Emma Miss, emp Glasgow Co., house Market near School 

Doane Charles, removed to Springfield 

Dodt Carl, weaver Glasgow Co., house School 

Doeble Beder, emp Wm. Skinner & Son, house Lamb corner Grant 

Dolan John, rem to Springfield 

Donaghue Sylvester Mrs., boards 24 High 

Donaldson David M., rooms Carew corner Market 

Donahue Jerry, laborer, house Main near Bridge 

Dressell Henry, farmer, boards Lamb 

Dressell Martin, milk peddler, house Lamb 

Driscoll John, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Grant corner Lamb 

Driscoll Michael emp Carew Paper Co., boards Glasgow boarding 

house 
Driscoll Michael, emp Lynch Bros., house South 
Ducharme Gustave, emp Glasgow Co., boards Hadley Falls Hotel 
Dudley George E., (treas. Syms & Dudley Paper Co.), remtoHolyoke 
Dudley Oscar, teamster H. E. Gay lord, boards Pleasant cor Grant 
Dudley's Hall' Dudley's block, cor Bridge and Main 
Duffin Francis, dyer emp Farr Alpaca Co., house Lamb near Main 
Dunn James J., emp Winona Paper Co., house School 
Dupont Peter, emp Glasgow Co., bouse Main 
Dwight R. Ogden, attorney Holyoke, house North Main 

Eaton John E., foreman finishing room Hampshire Paper Co., house 

North Main opp Carew 
Eddy Dwight W., emp Frank E. White, boards Apple avenue 
Edward Foster, emp Chad wick & Chad wick, house opp North Main 

near Hadley 
Eggleston Dwight, removed to Connecticut 
Emery Susan Mrs., rem to Holyoke 
Enderton George, boards J. Enderton South Main 
Enderton Joseph, farmer, house South Main 

Englehardt Emil, emp Albion Paper Co., house Lamb cor Graves 
Erdel Leonhardt, emp Glasgow Co., house School 
Estes Timothy B., carpenter, house Spring 
Everett David W., house painter, house Hampden 
Ewen John, emp Machine room Nonotuck Paper Co., house Spring 
Ey Emil, emp Glasgow Co., boards North 

Faikbanks Lucy O. Miss, house Canal 

Farnell James, removed to Lowell 

Farrington George B., emp Valley Paper Mills, house Spring 

Fenton Jerry, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Lamb at brick yard 

Fenton John, boards Lamb 

Feustel August, emp Glasgow Co., house Bridge 

Feustel Fred R., emp Glasgow Co., boards G. Feustel, Elm 

Feustel Gottlieb, overseer Glasgow Co., house Elm 



288 SOUTH HADLEY [Q] FALLS DIRECTORY. 



Finn Eugene, emp Valley Paper Co., house High 

Finn John, house High 

Fitch Harriet, widow Charles T., house Main corner Pleasant 

Fitzgerald David, removed to Holyoke 

Fitzgerald Dennis, laborer, house 4 High 

Fitzgerald James, emp Landers Bros., house South 

Fitzgerald Maggie Miss, Glasgow boarding house 

Fitzgerald Mary boards Market 

Fitzgeraid William, emp Landers Bros., boards South 

Flahive John, emp Richard sbrick yard, house Graves 

Forbes Edwin H., principal high school, house Elm 

Foster James M., machinist, house Carew near Lamb 

Fox Charles, painter, boards Glasgow boarding house 

Fox Patrick, laborer, house 3 high 

Frary Sophia widow Joseph, house High 

Fredett Louis, shoe maker, house South 

Frey William, emp Glasgow Co., house North cor Warner 

Frey William Jr., clerk H. Street Railway Co., boards North 

Frink George B., carpenter, house Bardwell 

Frink George G., farmer, house Bardwell 

Frich Henry G., emp Glasgow Co., house Apple avenue 

Frisbie Charles S., boards H. Hatfield North Main 

Fritag Emil, emp Glasgow Co., house Main 

Gaffney Luke, emp Glasgow Co., house North Main 

Gaffney William, laborer, house High 

Galbraith James, boards A. N. Chapin, High 

Gammie Peter, emp Hampshire Paper Co., h Maple 

Gardner Charles W., agent and treas. Carew Mfg. Co., h Springfield 

GARDNER LEROY F. druggist Main near postotfice, house 
Taylor. [See page 517.] 
Gardner S. E. Mrs., house Main, over telegraph office 
Gardner Warren Mrs., boards L. F. Gardner, Taylor 
Gare Marshall, emp Holyoke Paper Co., boards Spring 
Garland Ann, widow Patrick, house Cottage row 
Garnish Victor, emp Glasgow Co., house Quarry ave 
Garrity Thomas, house off Carew rear of the church 
Garvin Frederick O., Carew Mfg. Co., boards Maple 
Garvin George H., emp Carew Mfg. Co., house Canal 
Garvin Orrin, supt Carew Mfg. Co., house Mapie 
Gates Horatio, emp Deane Steam Pump Co., bds Spring n So. Main 
Gates John N., removed to Holyoke 

Gates William C, book-keeper Nash, Holmes & Co., Lamb c Center 
Gaylord Edward, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house Main cor Pleasant 
Gay lord Emery t)., farmer, house Spring 

(GAYLORD HENRY E., coal and wood, yard Pleasant, h Main 
J cor Pleasant. [See page 479.] 
GAYLORD JOHN, boots and shoes, etc., Main n Market, house 
Methodist near Carew. [See page 516.] 
Gaylord Simeon G., clerk John Gaylord, boards Methodist 
Gemme Charles, emp Glasgow Co., house School 
Genung George F. Rev., house Lamb off North 



SOUTH HADLEY [Q] FALLS DIRECTORY. 289 



Gerry Jasper H., carpenter S. E. Walton, house Maple 

Gerry Willis S., emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Maple 

Gilligan Ann Miss, removed to Westminster, Mass. 

Gilligan Joseph, emp Albion Paper Co., boards Glasgow bd'g house 

Gilligan Patrick, house Lamb near Grant 

Glackner Frank, emp Glasgow Co., house No. Main 

Glunz Rudolph, emp Suhanek & Carey, boards So. Had. Falls Hotel 

GLASGOW CO., B. C. Brainard a^ent, manufacturers of dress 
goods, ginghams and yarns. [See page 381.] 
•Goepel Emil, laborer, boards Mrs. W. Goepel, Main 
Goepel Louis O., emp Blank Book Co., boards Main 
Goepel Wilhelmina Mrs., house Main 

Goetz John D., overseer Unquomonk Silk Mills, house Smith 
Goodhind Richard, supt Hampshire Paper Co., house Maple 
Goodhind William, emp Valley Paper Co., boards Maple 
Gordon B. Mrs., house Canal 
Gordon Mary L., widow George, house Canal 
Gorman Maggie Miss, emp Hampshire Paper Co,, boards School 
Gotha Alvin, teamster H. E. Gaylord, boards Pleasant cor Grant 
Gough Edward, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards No. Main 
Grainger Michael, hostler, boards School 
Grainger Sophia, widow Peter, house School 
Granfield Thomas Mrs., house School 
Gray John W., house North Main 
Gray Mary, widow John, house Carew cor Market 
Gray Walter, emp Massasoit Paper Co., boards Carew cor Market 
Gray William F., boards Carew cor Market 
Green Abbie E., widow J. W., house Market 
Green Carter E., removed to Canada 

Green William M., emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Market 
Greenan John, laborer, house Hampden 
Grenier John, emp H. E. Gaylord, boards Main cor Bridge 
Grenier Nelson J., laborer, house Pleasant cor Grant 
Grenier Nelson, laborer, house Bridge cor Main 
Griffin James, laborer, house 24 High 
Griffin John, laborer, house School 
Griffin Martin L., chemist, boards Lamb off North 
Griffin Morris, laborer, house Cottage row 
Griffin Morris, Jr., laborer, boards Cottage row 
Griffin Nathaniel B., emp Carew Mfg. Co., house No. Main 
Griswold Charles D., emp Fan* Alpaca Co., house So. Main 
Griswold Edwin J., emp Massasoit Paper Mfg. Co., h Hampden 
Grover Ella L., widow Benjamin P., house North Main 
Gruebert Zoe Mrs., house North Main cor Carew 
Guertin C. J., removed to Canada 
Guerton Napoleon, removed to Canada 
Gundermann Jennie, widow Philip, house Methodist 
Gutermuth Henry, shoemaker, removed to North Adams, Mass, 
Guyott Frank, emp R. Britton, house off Hartford 
Guyott Louis, laborer, house Lndlow road 
Gwinnell Henry, removed to Springfield 

37 



290 SOUTH HADLEY [H] FALLS DIEECTORY. 



Hadley Benjamin S., overseer yard and gas maker Glasgow Co., h 

Main near Pleasant 
Hadley Falls Hotel, J. H. Palmer propr, cor Main and North Main 
Hadley Lewis E., emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Market 
Haley John, emp Glasgow Co., house High 
Haley Martin, boards High 
Halloran Robert, driver H. S. R. W. Co. 

Hamilton George A. clerk L. F. Gardner, boards Bridge near Main 
Hamilton George W., carpenter emp S. E. Walton, h Bridge n Main 

HAMPSHIRE PAPER, CO., J- H. Southworth president, C. H. 
Southworth treas, near dam. [See page 371.] 
Hanefen Peter, emp South Holyoke, house Cottage row 
Hanks Ebenezer B., boards Elm 

Hanks Edwin C, shipping clerk Hampshire Paper Co., house Elm 
Harriman Chester F., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., bds Main n Bridge 
Harrington John, removed to Holyoke 

Harrington Mary, widow Jeremiah, emp Valley Paper Co., h Bridge 
Harrington Patrick, emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house High 
Harrington Patrick, laborer, removed to Holyoke 
Harris Jasper, carpenter, removed to Holyoke 
Hartigan, house School 

Hartnett John, teamster, removed to Holyoke 
Hartnett Kate widow Jerry, house Bridge 
Hartnett Patrick, emp Carew Co., house High 
Hartnett Patrick, removed to Holyoke, 
Haskell Clarence C, emp W. F. Haskell, house Maple 

HASKELL WILDER F., ice dealer, house Taylor opp Maple 
[See page 518.] 
Haskins Frederick W\, roll coverer Glasgow Co., house Market opp 

School 
Haskins John B., hostler H. S, R. W. Co., house Bridge 

HATFIELD HORACE, livery stable, near hotel, Main, house 
North Main. [See page 518.] 
Hathorn Cyrus, farmer, boards River road 
Hathorn Levi, farmer, house River road 

Hawkes Rev. W. S., pastor Congregational church, house Methodist 
Hayes Delia Mrs., emp Valley Paper Co., boards Spring near Main 
Hayes Fred A., house North Main corner Taylor 
Heald Thomas, removed to Dakota 

Healy John, emp Albion Paper Co., boards Glasgow boarding house 
Healey Katie Miss, emp Glasgow Co., boards Glasgow boarding 

house 
Henness Frederick Mrs., house Hartford 

Hennick Charles, (Smith & Hennick) house North near Lamb 
Hennick William, farmer, house Lamb 
Hereth Andrew, emp Glasgow Co., house Apple avenue 
Herrick Charles W., emp Valley Paper Co., house Bridge 
Hickey Cornelius, house School 
Hickey Daniel, emp Hampshire Paper Co., bds Ann Garland, Cottage 

Row 
Hickey John, paper maker, house Main over post office 
Hickey Julia, widow Cornelius, house School 



SOUTH HADLEY [J] FALLS DIRECTORY. 291 



Hickey Michael, emp Albion Paper Co., boards School 

Hickey Patrick, laborer, house School 

Hicks Charles , emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards Apple avenue 

Hicks Eliza Mrs., house Apple avenue 

Hicks John, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards Apple avenue 

Higginbotham John, gardener, house Market opp School 

Higgins David, emp Lynch Brothers, house Graves 

Hill Henry L., tin peddler, house Hampden 

Hill Herbert, rem to Springfield 

Hill William R., book-keeper Glasgow Co., old South Hadley road 

near North Main 
Hills George F., emp Glasgow Co., bds Main near Bridge 
Hitchcock George G., physician, house and office Market corner Carew 
Hitchiner John, house School 

Hitchiner Joseph, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house off North Main 
Hitt John, house Bridge 

HITT WILLIAM H M music teacher, house Bridge near Main. 
[Seepage 517.] 
Hodge Charles B., emp Hadley Co., Holyoke, house Spring 
Hofer Bernhard, emp Glasgow Co., house School 
Hoffman August W., bookkeeper and paymaster Excelsior Paper Co. 

Holyoke, house Carew 
Hoffman George, cijar manufacturer, shop Bridge, h Lamb n School 
Hoffman John G., house Lamb 

Hogan Michael M., watchman Albion Paper Co., house Grant 
Hogan Thomas, emp Hampshire Paper Co., bds Glasgow boarding 

house 
Hohn Albert, milk peddler, boards off So. Main 
Holm George, gardener, house off So. Main 
Holloran Patrick, teamster, house Methodist 
Holloran, Patrick, dyer, D. Mackintosh & Sou, house Bridge 
Holmes John J., dyer, house Lamb corner School 
Holyoke Street Railway Co., H. M. Smith, supt., Main cor Bridge 
Hooker Louis B., emp Carew Mfg Co., house Canal near Maple 
Hope Joseph, carpenter, rem to So. Holyoke, 
Hope Samuel, carpenter, house Carew corner Methodist 
Hore James, rem to Holyoke 
Hore Morris, rem to Holyoke 
Hosley Milo, laborer, house School 
Hurley Kate Mrs., emp Glasgow Paper Co., bds Glasgow boarding 

house 
Hutchins O. E. Mrs., boards Lamb opp North 

HYDE PHILIP, foreman loft Holyoke Paper Co., and taxider- 
mist and naturalist., Spring, house do. [See p 519.] 
Hyde Reuben C, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house South 

Idoux Joseph, emp Wm. Skinner & Son, house Smith 
Ingraham Alonzo, farmer, house Lamb opp North 
Ingraham Henry I., emp Beebe & Holbrook, Holyoke, house Bridge 
Ingram George H., house North corner Lamb 

Ingram Robert, lunch room and confectionery, Dudley's blk., Bridge, 
house do 



292 SOUTH HADLEY [J EH FALLS DIRECTORY. 



Jackson A. D. Mrs., house Maple near Canal 

Jackson Thomas A., foreman finishing dept. Massasoit Paper Mfg Co. 

Holyoke, house Carew 
Jacobs Mary Mrs., house Spring near Hartford 
Jenkins Mary, widow Martin, emp Carew Co., house High 
Jesmore Peter, boards Market, between School and Methodist 
Johnson Edward A., carpenter, house Warner corner North 
Johnson Harriet. Mrs., h Spring near So. Main 
Johnson J. M., Mrs., nurse, boards Carew cor Methodist 
Johnson William, tea agent, rem to Holyoke 
Jones Olive Miss., house Bridge near Lamb 
Jopson Clarence W,, emp Hampshire Co., house School 
Jopson John, house Methodist 
Joslyn Anson J., farmer, house Smith 
Joyce William A., bricklayer, house Cottage Row 
Judd Arthur N., emp J. Tilley & Co., h No. Main opp Cong, church 
Judd Charles A., farmer and produce dealer, house South Hadley road 
Judd Dwight J., farmer, house old Falls road 
Judd Edwin H., farmer and produce dealer, house old Falls road 
Judd Henry, milk dealer, house opp Prospect 
Judd Henry E., milk dealer, South Hadley road 
Judd Levi H., farmer and produce dealer, house old Falls road 
Judd Otis A., market gardener, house South Hadley road 
Judd Watson S., farmer, house old Falls road 
Judge Anthony, emp Glasgow Co., house Methodist 
Judge Martin, emp Albion Paper Co., boards Methodist 
Judge Patrick J., book-keeper Albion paper Co., house Prospect 
Judge Thomas F., emp Glasgow Co., boards Methodist 

Kappel August, emp Valley Pa Co., Holyoke, h Gaylord's blk Pleasant 
Keating Margaret, widow James, bds Timothy Moran, Cottage Row 
Keefe John J., printer, Transcript office, Holyoke, bds Mrs. M. Keefe 

South Main 
Keefe Margaret, widow Thomas, house South Main 
Kehl Charles Peter, book-binder, house South 
Kelley John, emp Lyman Mills, house Methodist 
Kellogg Chas. M., (Kellogg & Bartlett) house Warner 
Kellogg & Bartlett, (Charles M. Kellogg Charles J. Bartlett), meat 

market, Bridge near Main 
Kennedy Richard, (Kennedy & Sullivan), Holyoke, house School 
Kilkelly Patrick, brick layer, Holyoke, house Graves 
Killroy Bridget Mrs., house 8 Cottage row 
Kimball Grrin, carpenter, S. E. Walton boards Maple 
King John, emp Holyoke, house Market cor School 
King Margaret Mrs., house Market cor School 

King Peter, emp Valley Paper Co., boards Mrs. Margaret King, Mar- 
ket cor School 
Kingsley Joseph J., emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Maple 
Kirk Patrick, emp Richards brick-yard, house North 
Kirkpatrick James, emp Glasgow Co., house North Main 
Kirkpatrick John, emp Glasgow Co., house Cottage row 
Kirkpatrick Thomas, emp Carew Mfg Co., boards College row 



SOUTH HADLEY [L] FALLS DIRECTORY. 293 



Knight Harriet widow Justus, house Carew 

Lavelle Bridget, cmp Glasgow Paper Co., boards Glasgow board- 
ing house 
Lacy James emp Clinton, Mass., house Cottage row 
Laganiere Moise, carpenter S. E. Walton, house Bridge cor Main 
Lamb George E., farmer, house North Main 
Lamb James A., farmer, house North Main cor Taylor 
Lamline Nicholas, emp Glasgow Co., boards Hartford 
Lamont Robert, emp Glasgow Co., house High 

L'Amoureux Jas. A., lumber dealer, Spfd, house Main cor Pleasant 
Lamson Fred, car-driver H. S. R. Co., boards Hadley Falls Hotel 

LANDERS BROTHERS, brick manufacturers, Lamb. [See 
page 501.] 
Laramer Joseph, rem to Holyoke 
Laramer Peter, rem to Canada 

Laro Damasse, shoveler, emp H. E. Gaylord, house Market 
Lareau Dennis, laborer, house Main 
Lathrop Addison P., carder, house South Main 
Lathrop Paola Mrs., house Falls Woods 
Lavalle Paul, rem to Canada 
Lavalle Owen, emp Nonotuck Paper Co. ? Holyoke, house Grant cor 

Pleasant 
Lawrence Wml L., emp Winona Paper Co., house Warner 
Lawson Rufus M., carpenter S. E. Walton, house Maple near Canal 
Leahey Johanna, boards High 
Leahey Margaret widow James, boards Bridge 
Leahey Michael, emp Lynch Bros., house oif Methodist 
Leahey Patrick, emp Otis Judd, house High 

Leahy William F., carpenter, house opp Prospect n So Hadley road 
Leary Daniel, emp Hampshire Co., house Main. 
Leary Jeremiah, emp Farr Alpaca Co., Holyoke, house Bridge 
LeClair Joseph, barber, Bridge cor Main, house do 
LeClair Samu 1, barber, boards Bridge cor Main 
Leonard John A., laborer, house Woodlawn 

L'Esperance D. T., feather renovator, Holyoke, house Lamb n Grant. 
L'Esperance Edmond J., mason, house off Prospect 
L'Esperance Edouard D., plasterer, house off Prospect 
L'Esperance Frank plasterer, boards Lamb cor Grant 
L'Esperance Louis O., boards Lamb cor Grant 

Levee Anthony, emp W. & J. Manning, house S. H. Road Woodlawn 
Lippmann Christina, widow Carl, house Main 
Lippman Henry, weaver Glasgow Co., house Main 
Lippman Henry Jr., weaver Glasgow Co., boards Main 
Lippmann Hermann, emp Glasgow Co., house School 
Lloyd James M., house South 

Lloyd Joseph E., foreman loft Carew Mfg. Co., house South 
Loftus Ann Mrs., emp Glasgow Co., h No Main cor Quarry avenue 
Long Edward B., emp Glasgow Co.. house No Main 
Long James, emp Richards brick yard, house Bridge cor Lamb 
Lorenz Remold, emp Wm. Skinner & Son, house School 
Loveland Nathan W. (L. C. Woodward & Co.,), house Hampden 



294 SOUTH HADLEY [JML] FALLS DIKECTORY. 

Low John H., emp Wauregan Paper C, house No Main n Canal 
Lucey John, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house 19 High 
Lyman Sarah F. widow George W., house Canal 

YNCH BROS., brick manufacturers, Lamb. [See page 502.] 

Lynch John, emp Lynch Bros., boards School cor Lamb 
Lynch Michael, (Lynch Bros.), house Lamb at brick yard 
Lyons Ellen Mrs., house Pleasant cor Grant 
Lyons Michael, mason tender, house Granby road 

Maegdefrau FREDEEiCK,rag carpet weaver, Main house do 

Makepeace Joseph K., house High 

Mallory Henry P., clerk Carew Mfg Co., boards Springfield, Mass. 

Maloney Michael, emp yard Glasgow Co., house High 

Mangel Frank, emp Holyoke Paper Co., house School 

Mannion Martin, boards High 

Mannion Mary, emp Glasgow Co., house High 

Mansfield J. H. Rev,, removed to Wilbraham, Mass. 

Marston George E., emp Holyoke Machine Co., house Willimansett 

Marston N. H., core maker, house Hampden 

Marsh Henry, foreman machinist Glasgow Co., house Taylor 

Marsh William, carpenter, emp E. W. Thompson, boards Taylor 

Martin Henry, emp Fan* Alpaca Co., rem to Holyoke 

Martin Joseph, expressman, house Bridge 

Martin L. C, teamster, house School near the school-house 

Martin Mary Miss, emp Glasgow ' o , house off Carew 

Masonic Hall, Dudley's block cor Main and Bridge 

Mathews Elijah, foreman finishing room Carew Mfg Co., house High 

Maxwell Daniel, emp J. S. Walkley, house Spring 

McCabe James, house 3 High 

McCary James, carpenter, house So Main 

McCray H. E., milk dealer, house Prospect 

McCray Lorin, milk peddler, house Woodlawn 

McDonald James, laborer, house Lamb n South 

McDonald James, laborer, house Cottage Row 

McDonald Louisa Mrs. emp Carew Mfg Co., boards Sarah F. Lyman 

Canal 
McDonald Michael, laborer, house Cottage Row 

McDonnell Patrick, emp Valley Paper Co., house Lamb near So Main 
McElwin Thomas, engineer G. R. Dickinson Paper Co., house Spring 
McGrath John, weaver Glasgow Co., house Prospect 
McGuire Arthur boards High 
McGuii-e Martin, dyer, house High 
McKenna Edward, emp Lynch Bros., boards Lamb 
McKenzie James, rem to Holyoke 

McMonigle George, emp Lynch Bros., res South Hadley 
McMonigle William, emp Lynch Bros., res South Hadley 
McNab Agnes Mrs., house Lamb opp North 
McNab John, dyer, house North corner Warner 
McNab Samuel, book keeper Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards Lamb 

opp North 
McNab William, emp National Blank Book Co., bds Lamb opp North 



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McNamee Catherine Miss, house Main near Bridge 

McNamee Patrick, mason tender, rem to South Holyoke 

McNaugh William, emp Winona Paper Co., house Grant near Lamb 

McNee James, rem to Burk, N. Y. 

Menard Theophile, emp brick yard, house North 

Menard Frank, emp Paul Pellend, house Lamb cor Bridge 

Messon Thomas, emp Albion Paper Co., house North near Graves 

Miller Anna E., teacher, boards Bridge 

Miller Frederick, laborer, house Main 

Millf r Julia S. Mrs., house Bridge 

Miller Lewis C, blacksmith R Pattee & Co., house Bridge 

Miller Mary, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards No. Main off Carew 

Miller Mattie, Etta and Clara, Misses, house South 

Miller N. R., milkman, house Granby road 

Mills Bradford, fireman Hampshire Paper Co., boards Lamb n Grant 

Moffat James, emp Hadley Co., house Canal near Maple 

Monahan Thomas F., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house Methodist 

Mongeau George, emp Glasgow Co., house North Main 

Moody Abby Miss, house Canal near Maple 

Moody Albert, farmer, house Granby road 

Moody Augustus, house Main cor Market 

Moody George, boards North Main cor Hadley road 

Moody Harriet Mrs., house North Main cor Taylor 

Moody Henry, clerk, removed to Westfield, Mass. 

Moody Mary Mrs., house Lamb cor South 

Moore Augusta Mrs., house Ludlow road near Hartford 

Moore Joseph, emp Whiting Paper Co., house Lamb near So. Main 

Moore Michael, dyer, removed to Willimantic, Ct. 

Moore William B., emp Holyoke Machine Co., h Willimansett road 

Moos August, carpenter, house Gaylord's block, Pleasant cor Grant 

Moos Fred, weaving room Glasgow Co., house School 

Moran Edward, emp on highway, house No. Main, cor Quarry avenue 

Moran James, boards Timothy Moran, Cottage row 

Moran John, laborer, house South 

Moran John, laborer, house Market near Main 

Moran Michael, peddler, removed to Holyoke 

Moran Timothy, house 6 Cottage row 

Moran William J., cigar maker, boards No. Main cor Quarry ave 

Morgan Charles L., emp Whiting Paper Co., house Spring 

Moriarty Daniel, emp Landers Bros., boards M. Moriarty, South 

Moriarty Francis, em]) Landers Bros., boards M. Moriarty, South 

Moriarty James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., Holyoke, boards North 

Moriarty John, emp S. T. Lyman & Son, Holyoke, house North 

Moriarty Margaret, emp Carew Mfg. Co , boards Cottage row 

Moriarty Mary, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Cottage row 

Moriarty Maurice, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards North near Graves 

Moriarty Maurice, foreman Landers Bros., brick yard, house South 

Moriarty Maurice 2d, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house North 

Moriarty Maurice, emp Glasgow Co., house 18 High 

Moriarty Maurice J., book keeper Albion Paper Co., h North c Lamb 

Moriarty Michael, laborer, house Canal 

Moriarty Patrick, emp Winona Paper Co., house High 



296 SOUTH HADLEY [IT O P] FALLS DIKECTORY. 



Morton Mary M. Mrs., emp Merrick Thread Co., h Carew cor Market 

Mullin Ann Mrs., house High 

Mullin Thomas, emp Carew Co., house South Main 

Mullin Timothy, paper maker, house Bridge 

Murray Bridget Mrs., emp Glasgow Co., house School 

Nadeau Louis, teamster, house Main cor Bridge 

Nason Charles H., emp Albion Paper Co., house Canal 

Neuhausser Frederich E., emp Glasgow Co., house School 

Newcomb Elwyn D., clerk Hiram Smith, boards North Main 

Newell George W., meat market South Main near Spring, house do 

Newton Charles, house Hampden 

Newton Richard J., emp Winona Paper Co., house Lamb off North 

Nichols George F., emp Springfield, house North Main cor Taylor 

Nichols Martha Mrs., house Methodist 

Nicholas William D., emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Maple 

Nuttell Isaac (Eastman & Nuttell), house Lamb near Main 

O'Brien William, clerk Smith & Hennick, boards off Grant n School 

O'Connell Daniel, emp Glasgow Co., bds Glasgow boarding house 

O'Connor Daniel, emp Glasgow Co., house Quarry ave 

O'Connor Patrick, laborer, house 19 High 

O'Donnell Dennis J., emp Chas. Church, bds Thos. O'Donnell, High 

O'Donnell Johanna Mrs., house Main 

O'Donnell John, emp Lynch Bros., boards Lamb cor School 

O'Donnell John, emp Glasgow Co., house School 

O'Donnell Margaret Mrs., boards North cor Lamb 

O'Donnell Mary and Bridget, emp Hampshire Paper Co., b Quarry ave 

O'Donnell Thomas, emp Glasgow Co., house High 

O'Donnell Stephen, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Main 

O'Garra Ellen Miss, teacher Sargent St. school, Holyoke, bds No Main 

O'Garra Hannah Mrs., house 3 High 

O'Garra John, emp Glasgow Co., house 3 High 

O'Garra Patrick, emp Glasgow Co., house North Main 

O'Loughlan Michael, house 2 High 

O'Neil James, emp C. A. Bardwell, rooms High 

O'Neil James H., machinist Carew Mfg. Co., boards Had Falls Hotel 

O'Neil John, house High 

O'Neil Martin F., blacksmith A. F. Pierce, boards High 

O'Neil William J., emp Glasgow Co., house 24 High 

Ortel Leonard, emp Glasgow Co., house School 

Otto Frank, emp Glasgow Co., house School 

Page William H., blacksmith, removed to Shelbur e Falls, Mass. 
Palmer Joseph H., propr Hadley Falls Hotel, cor Main and No. Main 
Parfitt James (J. Parfitt & Sons), house North Main 
Parfitt James, Jr., emp Hampden Cotton Mills, house North Main 
Parfitt John R. (J. Parfitt & Son), boards James Parfitt, Main 
Parfitt William Henry (J. Parfitt & Sons), boards James Parfitt, Main 
Parker Charles B., removed to Lowell, Mass 
Parker Eliza Mrs., boards Samuel Taylor, Canal 
Parker James H., emp Glasgow Co., house School 



SOUTH HADLEY [PQ] FALLS DIRECTORY. 297 

Parker O. B., overseer carding room Glasgow Co., house Carew 

Patrick Frank H., overseer Glasgow Co., house North Main 

Paueseau Frederick, emp William Skinner & Son, house Smith 

Payne William C, house Canal 

Payne William J., boards Canal 

Pease George, master mechanic, Holyoke, house Main cor Lamb 

Pelland O., laborer, house Grant 

Pelland Paul, dealer in coal and wood, Bridge near Lamb, house do 

Pellisier William, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Bridge 

Pepper Gleason G., laborer, house Bridge near Lamb 

Perkins Charles, emp Hampshire Paper Co., bds Glasgow boarding 

house 
Perkins Clarence, carpenter, house Maple 
Perry Edward, emp Glasgow Co., house Market cor School 
Perry Josiah, emp Farr Alpaca Co., Holyoke, house Bardwell 
Persons Horace B., bds Graves near South 
Persons Sarah E. E., Mrs., house Graves 
Petro John, emp Glasgow Co., boards School 
Pettegrove Charles, rem to Ware, Mass. 
Pettegrove Ella. M., Miss, emp Glasgow Co, res No. Main 
Phelps Chas., emp Hadley Co., boards Graves 
Phelps Lawson, emp Hadley Co., house Graves 
Phelps Polly Mrs., boards South off Graves 
Pierce Albert F., blacksmith, Main near post-office, boards Hadley 

Falls Hotel 
Pierce David D., painter, emp G. W. Barney, boards Carew, c Main 
Pierce Edwin G., painter and paper hanger Main near postoffice, house 

Methodist 
Pierce Ellen, widow J. H., house Spring 
Pierce George E., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., boards Spring 
Pierce George E,., emp Carew Mfg. Co., boards Hadley Falls Hotel 
Pierce John, emp Glasgow Co., house School 
Pindy John, bridge builder, emp Greenfield, Mass., house Bridge 
Pindy Mary Mrs., widow John, house Bridge 
Pinney Asahel, house Apple avenue 
Pomeroy Elisha, house Bridge cor Main 
Pomeroy Wm. J., boards L. B. Hooker, Canal 

Porter Agnes, widow E. S., emp Glasgow Co., rooms Carew c Market 
Potwine John, farmer, removed to Holyoke 
Powers Charles, removed to Holyoke 
Powers William, removed to Holyoke 

Pray George H., emp Glasgow Co., house Center near Lamb 
Prentiss Davis B., clerk R. T. Prentiss, house Prospect 
Prentiss George W., molder, house Spring 

PRESTON JOHN H., painter and paper hanger, dealer in paints, 
oils, etc., Main, house Main n Lamb. [See page 520.] 
Price Charles, laborer, house Granby road 
Price William, pattern maker, house Spring 
Pynchon Martin V., emp Albion Paper Co., house Spring 

Quirk Thomas, laborer at brick yard, house Lamb 



298 SOUTH HADLEY [HS] FALLS DIEECTOEY. 



Rafferty James, emp Glasgow Co., house 2 High 
Randall George A., teamster, boards F. Britton, Hartford 
Rannenberg Charles, house Bridge 
Rattman Charles, carpenter, house Lamb cor Grant 
Ray Samuel, emp Farr Alpaca Co., boards Warner cor Center 
Reed Sewell, emp Hoi. Water Power Co., house Carew cor Market 
Reed WillE., clerk E. B. Searle, boards Carew 
Reidner Charles, bookbinder, boards Lamb near School 
Reidner William, bookbinder, house Lamb near School 
Reilly John, emp Carew Co., house Canal 
Revett James, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house South Main 
Reynolds Eliza, widow William, house Spring- 
Rice Lydia, widow Harvey, house Spring 
Ricard Joseph, emp H. P. Street, boards Grant near Lamb 
"DICHAEDS GEORGE W., brick mfr, Hartford, res 271 Main, 
JA) Holyoke. [See page 502.] 

Ridout Charles A., emp Parsons Paper Co., house Carew 
Ridout Mary A. (Wood & Ridout), house Carew 
Riley Andrew, fireman Hampshire Paper Co., house School 
Robbins Eugene, removed to Saco, Maine 
Roberts Frank, mason, house Smith 

Roberts Joseph, emp Chad wick & Chad wick, h rear No. Main n Hadley 
Roberts Nathan, brick mason, house Smith 
Robinson Elbridge, omnibus driver, house Main near Bridge 
Robinson George, emp Hampshire Paper Co., boards Main 
Robinson Ida A., widow Loren E., broads Main 
Robinson Louis, boards Smith 
Robinson Louis, E., mechanic, house Main 
Robinson Lucien E., mechanic, house Smith 
Robinson Warren L., house South 

Rockwell Horace, emp Carew Co., boards High, near Canal 
Rockwell Samuel, emp Carew Mfg. Co., house High 
Roesiger Herman, clerk, boards A. Schneidawind, Canal 
Root Charles J., street-car driver, house Lamb, cor Apple avenue 
Ross Joseph, sexton Episcopal church, Holyoke, house Main n Bridge 
Ross Joseph, emp Beebe & Holbrook Co., boards School 
Ross Willis, carpenter, emp E. W. Thompson, boards Main 
Russell John N., emp Landers Bros., house Lamb 
Russell John W., emp Mass. Screw Co., house Carew 
Rust Samuel, traveling agent Hampshire Paper Co., house Maple 
Ryan James, boards Glasgow boarding house 
Ryan Patrick, emp Whiting Paper Co., No. 2, house School 



Sackett Charlotte Mrs., house Canal near Maple 
Sackett George I., removed to Holyoke 

Sanderson Ina Miss, emp Carew Mfg. Co., boards Canal cor Maple 
Sanderson Whipple, watchman Valley Paper Co., house Canal 
Schlechting Herman, emp Glasgow Co., boards School 
Schmidt Emil, barber, emp 75£ Main, Holyoke, house Main 
Schneidawind Andrew, carpet weaver, Canal, house do 
Schneidawind Andrew H., music teacher, boards Canal 
Schniffnor Richard, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house School 



SOUTH HADLEY [S] FALLS DIRECTORY. 299 



Schoeffel John, emp 120 Front, Holyoke, boards School 

Scott J. Henry, fancy goods, Main, house Bridge corner Lamb 

Schubach Robert, emp Glasgow Co., boards North 

Schubert Erhart, emp Glasgow Co., house North 

Schwarzenbach Minnie, widow F. C., house Gay lord's block, Pleasant 

Scott Andrew W., carpenter, rem to Suffield, Conn. 

Scott Arthur, emp Glasgow Co., boards Methodist 

Scott Earle M., emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Maple 

Scott Frank O., foreman Union Paper Mfg. Co., house Bridge n Main 

Scott Hugh M., box maker Carew Mfg Co., h Methodist opp Carew 

Scott Martha Mrs., house Graves 

Scott Rienzi, carpenter, house Maple corner Canal 

Scott Thomas, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house Granby road 

Scott William, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house Warner 

Searle Edward B., meat market, Dudely's block, Main, corner Bridge, 

house Carew 
Searle William R., clerk E. B. Searle, house Lamb 
Selfridge George M., mason, house Bridge opp Grant 

SENIOR HENRY M. Jr. gent's furnishing goods, 273 Main, Hol- 
yoke, house Spring. [See page 429.] 
Sessions Frank W., painter, removed to Adams, Mass. 

SESSIONS HORACE P., wagon maker and repairer, shop Main, 
house South Main cor Smith. [See page 520.] 
Sharp George, laborer, h Smith near South Main 
Shea Jerry, laborer, boards off Methodist 
Shea Jerry, laborer, house 18 High 
Shea John, laborer, house Cottage Row 
Shea Patrick, emp Lynch Bros., house off Methodist 
Sheehan Eliza, widow Dennis, house Main over post office 
Shields Catharine Mrs., house Carew corner Methodist 
Shields John J., clerk Comerford & Daly, Holyoke, bds Carew corner 

Methodist 
Sias Frank, removed to Ware, Mass. 
Sias William, house Apple avenue 
Sias William Jr., bds Apple avenue 

Simons Herbert R., emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Bridge n Lamb 
Sinclair James W., book-keeper, boards John Sinclair, Canal 
Sinclair John, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Canal 
Skinider Matthew, emp Lyman Mills, house South 
Skinner George B., empr National Blank Book Co., boards Elm 
Skinner James, foreman finisher, house Canal, near Maple 
Skinner John H., emp Chadwick & Chadwick, house Elm 
Skinner Thomas, overseer Unquomonk Silk Mill, house Elm 
Smith Charles F., emp Glasgow Co., house Carew 
Smith Donald emp city foundry, house South Main cor Spring 
Smith Edward, teamster, removed to Canada 
Smith Elma Miss, teacher, boards Carew opp Market 
Smith Frank H., emp Massasiot Paper Mfg Co., house South Main 

near Smith 
Smith Fred M., reporter Springfield Union, boards North Main 
Smith George I., overseer weaving room Glasgow Co., house Spring 
Smith Harvey G,, town clerk, (Smith & Hennick), house North Main 



300 SOUTH HADLEY [jg] FALLS DIRECTORY. 



SMITH HIRAM, postmaster and merchant, Main, house North 
Main. [See page 516.] 
Smith Isaac, car driver, Holyoke Street Railway Co., bds Hadley 

Falls Hotel 
Smith James R., teller Had Falls National bank bds So. Main c Spring 
Smith John, removed to Canada 
Smith John Jr., emp H. Hatfield, house Main 
Smith Lemuel Mrs., house South Main, corner Smith 
Smith Louis C, bds So Main corner Spring 
Smith Newton, farmer, house South Hadley road 
Smith P. Henry, farmer, house So. Hadley road 
Smith Wilbur F., Mfr of Mayott'e lavena, house Smith 
Smith William, teaming and jobbing, house South Main cor Spring 
Smith William H., book-keeper Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards 

South Main cor Spring 
CMITH & HENNICK, (H. G. Smith, Charles Hennick) grocers, 
Main corner Bridge. [See page 517.] 

Smithhurst John, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house Lamb cor South 
Snow Charles M., farmer, bds Smith 
Snow Henry N., farmer, house Smith 
Snow Isaac N., stone mason, house Smith near Hartford 
Snyder Olive Mrs., house Bridge 

Southworth Chas. H., treas. Hampshire Paper Co., res Springfield, Ms 
Southworth John H., pres. Hampshire Paper Co., res Springfield, Ms 
Stack James, emp Albion Paper Co., bds South near brick yard 
Stalbird George R., painter, house off Hartford 
Stalbird Richard G., farmer, house off Hartford 
Stearns Willard W., overseer Farr Alpaca Co., h Warner 
Stephenson Maggie, emp Glasgow Mills, house Main over post office 
Stephenson P. C., Mrs., boarding house School 
Stimpson Charles E., receiving clerk Holyoke Envelope Co., h Grant 

corner Pleasant 
Stokes William, engineer Beebe & Holbrook Co., bds Lamb opp North 
Stone Emerson W., clerk J. Tilley & Co., house South 
Stone James O., clerk, house South 

STREET HOBART P.. dealer in lumber, sash, doors, etc., house 
and yard Lamb cor School. [See page 519.] 
Street Philo W., clerk H. P. Street, bds Lamb cor School 
Stringer William, weaving room Glasgow Co., house School 
Strong Henry, farmer, house old Falls road 
Suhanek Joseph, (Suhanek & Carey), house North Main 

SUHANEK & CAREY, (Joseph Suhanek, Harvey Carey), meat 
market, Main, near post office. [See page 518.] 
Sullivan Bart, teamster Lynch Bros., boards Glasgow boarding house 
Suilivan Cornelius, bds over R. Jesmore market 
Sullivan Daniel, house Bridge 
Sullivan John C, emp Landers Bros., house Grant 
Sullivan Mary, widow Michael, house Market, near Main 
Sullivan Mary, widow Simon, bds Quarry avenue 
Sullivan Mary Mrs., house Main near Market 
Sullivan Michael, emp Massasoit Paper Co., house North Main 
Sullivan Patrick, watchman Glasgow Co., bds Glasgow boarding house 



SOUTH HADLEY [T TJ TT TV] FALLS DIRECTORY. 301 



Sullivan Patrick F., blacksmith, Bridge, near Lamb, house do 

Taft Alfred H., carpenter, house Lamb near Grant 

Taft Homer E., carpenter, house Bridge 

Taft Will F., carpenter, house Lamb near Grant. 

Taylor Henry W., insurance and real estate agent, office with Carew 

Mfg Co., boards J. A. L'Amoureux, Main 
Taylor Herbert W. K, clerk C. H. Woodsum & Co., Holyoke 

boards Canal 
Taylor Samuel, foreman rag room Carew Mfg Co., house Canal 
Thompson Archibald, emp Farr Alpaca Co., removed to Holyoke 

THOMPSON ELI W., carpenter, shop Canal, house do. [See 
page_520.] 
Thompson Levi, rem to Holyoke 

Thompson Prentice E., emp Prentiss Wire Mill, house South c Graves 
Thieme William M., editor Holyoke Journal, office 302 High, h School 
Tierney John, laborer, house Bridge 
Tierney Patrick, laborer, house School 
Tilley Clifton F., clerk J. Tilley & Co., bds Spring 
Toef ert Joseph, emp National Blank Book Co., bds Lamb cor North 
Toher Eugene Rev., pastor Roman Catholic church h rear of church 
Towne Frank B , paymaster Syms & Dudley Paper Co., boards Main 

corner Pleasant 
Towne M. S., widow H. L , house Spring 
Trumbull Martha H. Miss, house Bridge 

Tucker John B., emp Hampshire Paper Co., bds Grant near Bridge 
Tucker Thomas, emp Hampshire Paper Co., house Grant near Bridge 
Turn Halle Lamb near School 
Tyrrell Alvin D„ emp Holyoke Envelope Co., house Prospect 

Underwood G. F. Mrs., dressmaker, house Market 
Underwood G Fred., barber, Holyoke, house Market 

Van Riper Thomas, foreman National Blank Book Co., house War- 
ner corner South 
Van Tassel Charles, emp Parsons Paper Co., house South 
Van Tassel Eliza, widow Henry, house Center corner Warner 
Verbeck Charles, emp Farr Alpaca Co., Holyoke, house Smith 
Vendel Celix, laborer, house South 
Verrill George, mason, house Warner 

Vinton Ursula Mrs., house North Main opp Congregational church 
Voigt Kussut, emp Alpaca house Main 
Voigt Richard, laborer, house Apple avenue 

Wade Dewhirst, emp Farr Alpaca Co., house South Main 
Waite Henry O., emp Holyoke Water Power Co., house Warner 
Wakefield William, carpenter Canal, house do 
Walker Angus house Bridge 
Walker Angus Jr., removed to Passaic, N. J. 
Walker Charles A., emp H. H. Carter, house North 
Walker George, hack driver for H. Hatfield, house North Main near 
Canal 



302 SOUTH HADLEY [T7JT] FALLS DIRECTOKY. 



Walker Maggie Miss, teacher, boards Bridge 

Walker Mary Mrs. house off So Main 

Walkley Joel S., harness maker, Dudley's block Bridge, boards Spring 

near South Main 
Walpool Frank, emp Mount Tom Paper Mill, house Center cor Warner 
Walters Horace A., emp Nonotuck Paper Co., house Smith 
Walton James W., carpenter S. E. Walton, house Canal 
Walton Simeon E., carpenter and builder, Main near post-office, bds 

Maple, 
Ward Thomas, emp Landers Bros., boards Glasgow boarding house 
Warner Arminda Mrs., house North Main 
Warner Charles L.. farmer, house Granby road 
Warner Eunice Mrs., boards C. H. Davenport. Prospect. 
Warner Marie, teacher, room North Main near Carew 
Washburn Austin, carpenter, house Hampden 
Waters Peregrine, farmer, house Prospect 
Watson J. F., widow I. L., honse Hartford. 
Watt Ray Miss, emp Carew Co., boards School 
Webster Benjamin, shoemaker, house So Main cor Main 
Webster Charles N., house Prospect 
Welch Bridget, Mary and Annie, emp Glasgow Mfg Co., boards No 

Main cor Quarry avenue 
Welcker Peter, cigar maker, house Bridge 
Weld Stephen C, house Maple cor Taylor 

Wells Edwin D., clerk J. Russell & Co., house North Main on the hill 
West Charles H , boards Mrs. Mary West, Canal 
West Mary widow Timothy, house Canal 
Western Union Telegaph Co., office L. F. Gardner's drug store Main 

near P. O. 
Weston Albert, emp Lynch Bros., boards Glasgow boarding house 
Weston George, 'emp Lynch Bros., boards Glasgow boarding house 
Weston Lu'-ien B. teamster H. P. Street, house Bridge cor Lamb 
Whitcomb R. D,, Mrs., nurse, boards George I. Smith, South n Spring 
White Charles H., house So Main near Spring 
White Edwin, farm hand, boards High 
White Edwin C, farmer, house High 
White Frank E., paper ruler at Syms & Dudley Paper Mill 

house North Main opposite Carew 
White Frederick W., emp Lyman Mills, house Taylor 
White George G., market gardner, house Prospect 

WHITNEY PLINY C, agent Holyoke and So Hadley Falls tea 
and coffee Co., 54 Lyman, h Bridge near Main. [See p 461.] 
Whorlihan Thomas emp Landers Bros., house Bridge 
Wilder William B., house North Main 
W ill ett Joseph, rem to California 

Williams Samuel, emp Holyoke Machine Co., house off South Main 
Williams Gustavus, house South 

Wilms Gutavus G., asst bookeeper Holyoke Envelope Co., bds South 
Witherell Albert, emp A. Witherell, house Spring 
Wolcott Austin D., wood and teaming, house Lamb opposite North 
Wolf Alvin, painter, emp F. D. Cordes, house Main 
Wolf Bernhardt, emp F. D. Cordes, boards School 



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Woodhouse James Mrs.,- house Warner cor Center 
Wood & Ridout, (Mrs. Rhoda Wood and Miss Mary Ridout), Carew 
Wood Rhoda, (Wood & Ridout), house Carew cor Market 
Woods Charles, emp Parsons Paper Co., boards Carew cor Market 
Woods Mary Mrs., emp Carew Mfg Co., house high. 
Woodward Ithamar, carpenter, rem to Cabot, Vt., 
Woodward Lorin C, (L. C. Woodward & Co.,) boards Hampden 
Woodward L. C. & Co., (L. C. Woodward, F. W. Loveland) mfrs tin- 
ware,* Hampden 
Worthington Henry, fireman Carew Mfg Co., house Canal 
Wright Pliny J., emp Holyoke Paper Co., house Methodist. 
Wurtzback Frederick H., emp Syms & Dudley Paper Co., bds Bridge 
cor Lamb 

Yahning George R., rem to Holyoke " 

Yoerg Michael, emp Glasgow Co., house Carew off Lamb 

York Lyman W., overseer rag room Albion Paper Co., house N. Main 

Young Hiram, emp Syms & DudleyPaper Co., house Hampden 

Zellman Caroline widow Hurz, house Main 



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Dwight R. Ogden, North Main 

Barbers. 

Beckert Geo. J., Main near Hotel 
LeClair Joseph, Main, cor Bridge 

Blacksmiths and Horse Shoers. 

Barney G. W., Main near Bridge 
Pierce A. F., Main near post-office 
Sullivan Patrick F., Bridge 

Boarding Houses. 

Fitzgerald Maggie Miss, Glasgow 

Boot and Shoe Dealer. 

GAYLORD JOHN, Main near Market. [See page 516.] 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Fredett L., South 

Webster B.. Main near Market 

Brick Makers. 

Bolieu John, South Main 
LANDERS BROS., Lamb. [See page 501.] 
LYNCH BROS., Lamb. ]See page 502.] 
RICHARDS GEO. W., Hartford. [See page 502.] 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Taft Homer E., Bridge 

THOMPSON ELI W., Canal. [See page 520.] 

Wakefield William, Canal 

Walton S. E.. Maple 

Carriage Makers* 

Barney Giles W., Main near Bridge 
SESSIONS H. P., Main, [See page 520.] 






SOUTH HADLEY FALLS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 305 



Cigars and Tobacco. 

Carroll C, Agent, Main corner Bridge 
Hoffman George, Bridge 

Cigar Manufacturer, 

Hoffman George, Bridge 

Clergymen. 

Best Edward S., (Meth.), No. Main 

Hawkes W. S., (Cong), Methodist 

Toher Eugene, (Rom. Cath.), rear of church 

Coal and Wood. 

GAYLORD HENRY E., yard Pleasant, office Holyoke, end of 
county Bridge. [See page 479.) 

Confectionery and Fruits. 

Carroll C, Bridge corner Main 
Iugram R., Dudley's Block, Bridge 
Wood & Ridout, Main near Market 

Cotton Goods Manufacturers. 

GLASGOW CO., near dam. [See page 381.] 

Crockery , China and Glass. 

SMITH HIRAM, post-office, North Main. [See page 516.] 

SMITH & HENNICK, Dudley's Blk., Main c Bridge. [See page 517.] 

Dining Rooms. 

Ingram R., Dudley's Block, Bridge 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

STREET H. P., Lamb corner School. [See page 519.] 

Dress Goods, Ginghams and Yarns. (Mfrs. of.) 
GLASGOW CO., near dam. [See page 381.] 

Dress and Cloak Makers. 

Auger Antoinette, South 
Underwood G. F. Mrs., Market 

Druggist. 

GARDNER L. F., Main. [See page 517.] 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

Asquith A., Main 



306 SOUTH HADLEY FALLS BUSINESS DIKECTORY. 



SMITH HIRAM, post office, North Main. [See page 516.] 

Dyer. 

BELLEMY C. H., Methodist. [See page 517.] 

Express. 
Martin Joseph, Bridge 
Randall George A., Hartford 
Smith William, South Main corner Spring 
Wolcott Austin D., Lamb 

Gardener. 

Higginbotham John, Market 

Groceries. 

SMITH HIRAM, post-office, North Main. [See page 516.] 

SMITH & HENNICK, Dudley's blk, Bridge cor Main. [See page 517.] 

Harness Maker. 

Walkeley J. S., Dudley's block, Bridge 

Hay and Straw. 

Clark John, Lamb corner Apple avenue 

Horse- Dealer. 

ALVORD E., South Main. [See page 487.] 

Hotel. 

Hadley Falls Hotel (John H. Palmer), corner Main and No. Main 

Ice Dealers. 

Chapin Arthur N., High 

HASKELL W. F., Taylor. [See page 518.] 

Insurance Agent. 

Taylor H. W., office Carew Manufacturing Co. 

Junk Dealers. 

Woodward & Lovell, Hampden 

Justices of the Peace. 

Dwight R. Ogden, North Main 

Taylor Henry W., Carew Manufacturing Co. 

Webster C. N., Prospect 

Livery Stables, 

Barnes Martin L., Main near Bridge 

HATFIELD HORACE, Main near Hotel. [See page 518.] 



SOUTH HADLEY FALLS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 307 

Lumber. 

STREET H. P., corner Lamb and School. [See page 5 19. J 

Market Gardeners. 

Brainerd Wells, Falls Woods 
Judd Edwin H., Falls Woods 
Judd Levi, Falls Woods 
Judd Otis A., near Bardwell 
White George G., Prospect 

Meat Markets. 

Searle Edward B., Dudley's block, Main 

SUHANEK & CAREY, Main near post office. [See page 518.] 

Newell George M., So. Main near Spring 

Notary Public. 

Dwight R. Ogden, North Main 

Music Teachers. 

HITT W. H., Bridge. [See page 517.] 
Schneidawind A. H., Canal 

Nurse. 

Aldrich Alfreda Mrs., Rose Hill Place, South corner Warner 
Whitcomb R. D., Mrs., at Geo. I. Smith's, Spring 
Johnson J. M. Mrs., Carew corner Methodist 

Painters and Taper Hangers. 

Pierce Edwin G., Main, near post office 

PRESTON J. H., Main near post-office. [See page 520.] 

Paints, Oils and Glass. 

PRESTON J. H., Main near post office. [See page 520.] 

Paper Hangings. 

PRESTON J. H., Main, near post office. [See page 520.] 

Paper Manufacturers, 

CAREW MANUFACTURING CO., near dam. [See page 372.] 
HAMPSHIRE PAPER CO., near dam. [See page 371.] 

Physicians. 

Cox Gardner, 99 Bridge 

Crosier M. L., Carew, cor Market 

Hitchcock Geo. G., Market, cor Carew 

Plumber. 

Church Charles, Main near Market 



308 SOUTH HADLEY FALLS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Mag Carpets. 

Maegdefrau F., Main 
Schneidawind Andrew, Canal 

Meal Instate Agent. 

Taylor H. W., office of Carew Manufacturing Co. 

Stoves. Manges and General Jobbing. 

Church Chas., Main near Market 

Taxidermist & Naturalist. 

HYDE PHILIP, Spring. [See page 519.] 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegraph Co. Geo. A. Hamilton operator, Main near 
Post-office 

Tin Ware Manufacturers. 

Woodward & Loveland, Hampden 

Variety Store. 

Schott J. H., Main 

Veterinary Surgeon* 

ALVORD EDWARD, South Main. [See page 487.) 

Wagon Maker and Mepairer. 

SESSIONS H. P. Main. [See page 520.] 

Washing Compound. 

Smith W. F., Smith 

Wood Dealers. 

(See also Coal and Wood.) 

Bartlett Luman Z., Warner cor North 
Britton Francis, Hartford 
Pelland Paul, Bridge near Lamb 
Wolcott Austin L. Lamb 

Yam Manufacturers. 

GLASGOW CO., (cotton) near the dam. [See page 381.] 



Streets and Avenues. 

SOUTH HADLEY FALLS. 



APPLE AVE., from South Main, easterly 

BARD WELL, from Carew near Market, northerly 

BRIDGE, from Main to Lamb 

CANAL, from Main northerly 

CAREW, from North Main, easterly to Lamb 

CENTER, from Lamb to Warner 

GRANT, from Lamb to Bridge 

GRAVES, from North St., to Sonth 

HAMPDEN, from Hartford Northerly 

HIGH, from North Main, at Canal 

HARTFORD, from Spring, southerly to Hampden 

LAMB, from junction Main and South Main to Granby road 

MAIN, from junction South Main and Lamb to Canal 

MAPLE, from Canal to Taylor 

MARKET, from Main to Carew 

METHODIST, from Carew, to Lamb 

NORTH MAIN, from Main opp Post Office, to South Hadley road 

PLEASANT, from Main to Grant 

PROSPECT, from Methodist, northerly 

SCHOOL, from Market to Lamb 

SPRING, from So. Main, easterly 

SMITH, from South Main, easterly 

SOUTH MAIN, fram junction Main and Lamb, southerly 

TAYLOR, from Canal east, to North Main 

WARNER, from Spring to North 



South Hadley Falls in Detail. 



Town Officers. 

Selectmen.— J '. P. Taylor, S. G. Gay- 
lord, Otis A. Judd. 

Town Clerk.— H. G. Smith. 

Treasurer. — Simeon G. Gay lord. 

Assessors. — Charles B. Church, Lang- 
den Ayers, H. E. Gaylord. 

School Committee.— S. C. Weld, Nor- 
man Preston, Dr. M. L. Crosier. 

Constables.— John P. Taylor, H. Ca 
rev, Charles H. White, E. H. Judd, 
P. O'Gara. 

Surveyors of Lumber. — W. H. Gay- 
lord, H. P. Street, J. P. Taylor, C. H. 
White. 

Fence Viewers.— Otis A. Judd, Jo- 
seph Dickinson, A. M. Burt. 

Field Drivers.— Loren McCray, A. 
N. Chapin.F. E. Loomer, C, S. Boyn- 
ton, S. E. Persons. 

Justices of the Peace— H. W. Taylor, 
C. N. Webster, R. O. Dwight. 

Notary Public— R. O. Dwight. 

Water Commissioners. 

1 Year.— Benj. Aldrich, C. A. Bard 
well. 

2 Years.— H. E. Gaylord, Joseph 
Suhanek. 

3 Years.— B. C. Brainard, R. F. Ken- 
nedy. 

Supt. Water Works.— Chas, Church. 



Fire District No. 1. 

Clerk.— H. W. Taylor. 
Treasurer. — Benj. Aldrich. 
Prudential Committee. — Benj. Al 
drich, Harvey Carey, Horace Hatfield. 

Fire Department 

Chief Engineer.— John Kirkpatrick. 
First Assistants. B. Hooker. 
Second Assistant.— H. E. Gaylord. 
Clerk— F. E. White 

PIONEER HOSE COMPANY NO. 1. 

Foreman.— E. F. Crosby. 

Assistant.— S. Taylor. 

Clerk and Treasurer.— F. E. White. 



Steward. — Lewis E. Hadley. 

SOUTH HADLEY FALLS VILLAGE. 

Clerk and Treasurer. — H. E. Gaylord. 
Prudential Committee. — C. H. White, 
Austin S. Day, Michael Lynch. 



Schools. 

Grade of Schools. Location. 

High School, School Street. 

1st Grammar, " 

2d Grammar, " 

Intermediate, " 

1st Primary, " 

2d Primary, " 

Primary. No. Main, cor High. 



Churches. 

Congregational.— North Main street; 
Rev. W. S. Hawkes, pastor; parsonage 
Methodist street; deacons, John Gay- 
lord, Langdon Ayers, Watson S. Judd, 
S. C. Weld, A. N. Chapin; clerk and 
treasurer, S. C. Weld; superintendent 
Sunday School, E. H. Forbes. 

Methodist Episcopal. — North Main 
street; pastor, Rev. E. Stuart Best; 
Sunday School superintendent, Joseph 
Allen. Trustees, L. Z. Bartlett, Jo- 
seph Allen, Harvey Carey, Charles 
Benway, Robert Baldwin, George L. 
Camp, James Farnell; stewards, Jo- 
seph Allen, George L. Camp, L. Z. 
Bartlett, Wm. R. Sanderson, Wm. H. 
Bothwick, James Parfitt, A. Asquith, 
Francis Durffin, Harvey Carey. 

Roman Catholic. — North Main near 
High street. Rev. Eugene Toher, pas- 
tor ; house rear of church. 

South Hadley Falls Cemetery 
Association. 

Trustees:— Benj. Aldrich, G. E. Lamb, 
C. A. Bardwell, H. Hatfield, Benj. C. 
Brainard. 

Treasurer. — Benj. Aldrich. 



SOUTH HADLEY FALLS IN DETAIL. 



311 



Aqueduct Companies. 

GRAND STREET AQUEDUCT COMPANY. 

Secretary and Treasurer. — Maurice 
Thieme. 

Executive Committee. — Charles Ran- 
nenberg, William Hennick. 

SPRING STREET AQUEDUCT COMPANY. 

Treasurer. —Benjamin Aldrich. 

Post Office. 

Postmaster. — Hiram Smith. Office, 
junction Main and North Main Streets. 
Open from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. Close 
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 p. m. 



Masonic. 

Mt. Holyoke Lodge, F. & A. M.— 
Meets in Masonic Hall, Dudley's block. 
Main, cor. Bridge, first Thursday in 
each month. 

Officers.— W. M., E. M. Scott; S. W., 
F. H. Smith; J. W., J. H. Richardson; 
Treas., J. W. Bean; Sec, Thomas Van 
Riper; S. D., E. C. Hanks; J. D., W. 
H. Smith; S. S.. M. H. Judd; J. S., 
Wells Brainard; Chaplain, John Sin- 
clair; Marshal, Walter Crosby; Tyler, 
John Kirkpatrick; I. S., Chas. Benway. 



Knights of Pythias 

Humboldt Lodge, No. 11.— Meets 
every Friday evening at Pythian Hall, 
Main street. 



Ancient Order of Foresters, 

Court Pride of the Valley, No. 6528.— 
G. Ducharme, T. P. C. R.; C. M. 
Green, C. R.; Geo. Virrill, S. C. R.; 
John Smithhurst, treasurer; C. H. Bel- 
lamy, secretary; A. W. Bradley, S. 
W.; M. Moriarty, J. W.; Thomas 
Downs, S. B.; Charles Phelps, J. B.; 
J. J. Keefe, D. D. C. R. Meets in 
Forester's hall, Main street, second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Miscellaneous Societies. 

Eintracht Singing Club.— President 
P. H. Lippman; Vice Pres.. Charles 
Dressell; Sec, Richard Schiffner; 
Treas., Martin Dressell; Standing Com., 
R. Voigt, Louis Goepel, John BritrolT; 
Sergeant, Frank Otto. Meets first 
Monday in each month, at Turn Hall. 

Gymnastic and Singing Club.— Pres., 



Adam Bischoff; Vice. President, Rob- 
ert Johannis; Treas., Charles Rannen- 
berg; clerk, W. M. Thieme; Stndin^ 
Com,, Hermann Roessiger, Jrene Ar- 
nitz, Wm. Riedner; Auditor, Frank D. 
Cordes; Standard Bearer, Wra.Hennifj;- 
Meets last Monday in each month. 

St. Patrick Total Abstinence Society.— 
President, John J. Kirkpatrick; Vice 
President, Patrick F. Pierce, Sec- 
retary, Martin J. Judge, Treasurer, 
Daniel J. Cahill. 



Manufacturers . 

CAREW MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

Founded in the early part of 1848 un- 
der the management of Joseph Carew. 
The first mill commenced work June 
19, 1848, taking its water from the old 
canal. The products then were the 
finest grades of writing papers, and 
they have improved in quality as pa- 
per generally has improved, always 
ranking among the first. The compa- 
ny manufactures ledgers, linens and 
superfine writing. The mill contains 
one 80 inch machine, three 800-pound 
and two 600 pound engines, turning 
out three tons daily. Number of hands 
100. Monthly pay-roll, $3,000. The 
present mill was built in 1873, taking 
the place of the one burned in the sum- 
mer of that year. The officers of the 
corporation are : President, J. C. Par- 
sons; agent and treasurer, Charles W. 
Gardner; clerk, H. P. Mallory. 

HAMPSHIRE PAPER COMPANY. 

The mill now managed by the Hamp- 
shire Paper Company was built in 1863; 
the present company being organized 
and assuming control in 1866, with a 
capital stock of $200,000. The mill 
uses three mill powers, running seven 
600-pound engines, one 62-inch and one 
72-inch machine, and turning out three 
tons of fine writing paper and bristol 
board daily. There are 150 hands em- 
ployed, and the pay roll is $3,500 per 
month. The officers are : President, 
J. H. South worth of Springfield; treas- 
urer, C. H. South worth of Springfield; 
Superintendent, Richard Goodhind. 

GLASGOW COMPANY. 

Organized 1848. Capital stock, $350,- 
000. Manufactures dress goods. Prod- 
uct 70,000 yards per week. Employs 
200 males and 150 females. Monthlv 
pay roll $10,000. Officers : President, 
J. H. Southworthof Springfield; treas- 
urer, Geo. M. Atwaterof Springfield; 
agent and clerk, B. C. Brainard, South 
Hadley Falls. 



Holyoke Organized as a City April 1, 1873, 



CITY ELECTION 

is held on the 



First Tuesday in December. \ 




CITY GOVERNMENT 

Organizes 

First Monday in January. 



City Government Offices are Located in the City 
Hall, Dwight St., Corner of High. 



City Government for 1885. 



Meetings of the Board of Aldermen and the Common Council are held usu- 
ally on second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each month. The legislative 
power of the City is vested in the City Council, consisting of Mayor, seven Al- 
derman (one from each ward), and twenty one Councilmen (three from each 
Ward.) The executive power is vested in the Mayor and Aldermen. 

Mayor, JAMES E. DELANEY, Office, No. 1, City Hall. 
City Clerk, M. J. GRIFFIN, Office, No. 10, City Hall. 
Treasurer, EDWIN L. MUNN, Office, Home National Bank. 
City Messenger, WM. T. WALSH, Office, City Hall. 



Aldermen. 

Ward One.— William Reardon. 
Ward Two.— Thomas H. Sears 
Ward Three.— John K. McCarthy. 
Ward Four. — John J. Prew. 
Ward Five.— Roger P. Donoghue. 
Ward Six.— Eli I. Brockett. 
Ward Seven. — John E. Clark. 



Common Council. 

President.— Thomas J. Carmody. 
Clerk.- J. F. Stapleton, . 



Ward Owe.— John J. Sheridan, Wm. 

A. Casey, Jeremiah G. McCarthy. 
Ward Two.— John C. Smith, Geo. W. 

Richards, Michael F. Doyle. 
Ward Three. — Charles Brueck, Blaise 

Borlen, James F. Canavan. 
Ward Four. — Thomas O'Donnell, Pat- 
rick F. Carmody, Matthew Doherty. 
Ward Five. — Thomas J. Carmody. 

Thomas T. Fitzgerald, James S. Lee. 
Ward Six. — John L. Burlingame, 

Charles H. Whiting, A. Buchanan. 
Ward Seven. — Samuel M. Gilmore. J, 

K, Judd, S. B. Allyn. 



314 



HOLYOKE DIRECTORY. 



Standing Committees. 
Board of Aldermen. 

On Licenses. — Aldermen Prew, Clark 
and McCarthy. 

On Police. — Reardon, Sears, Clark. 

On Ordinances — Brockett, Donoghue, 
Reardon. 

On Enrollment.— Reardon, Brockett, 
• Prew. 

On Elections. — Donoghue, Sears, Mc- 
Carthy. 

Common Council. 

On Ordinances — Councilmen O' Don - 
nell, McCarthy, Judd. 

On Enrollment.— Doherty, Richards, 
Borlen. 

On Elections and Returns. — P. F. 
Carmocly, Burlingame, Lee. 



Committees of City Council. 

Joint Standing Committees. 

On Finance. — The Mayor, Alderman 
Clark, president of the Common 
Council, Councilmen Sheridan and 
Burlingame. 

On Accounts. — Aldermen Clark and 
Reardon, Councilmen O' Don n ell, 
Whiting and Doyle. 

On Highways. — The Mayor; Alder- 
men Brockett, McCarthy and Sears, 
Councilmen O'Donnell, Judd, Casey 
and Fitzgerald. 

On Sewers and Drains. — Aldermen 
Prew, Reardon and Donoghue, Coun 
cilmen Whiting, Borlen, Doyle and 
Allyn. 

On City Property. — Aldermen Sears, 
Donoghue and Clark, Councilmen P. 
F. Carmody, Canavan, McCarthy and 
Burlingame. 

Fuel and Street Lights. — Aldermen 
Donoghue and Prew, Councilmen 
Casey, Brueck and Richards. 

On Fire Department. — Aldermen 
Brockett and Sears, Councilmen P. F. 
Carmody, Smith and Sheridan. 

On Claims. — Aldermen ' Reardon, 



Brockett and Clark, Councilmen Rich- 
ards, Borlen, Lee and Doherty. 

On Education. — Aldermen Donoghue 
and Prew, Councilmen Doherty, Sher- 
idan and Allyn. 

On State Aid. — The Mayor, Alder- 
man McCarthy, Councilmen Gilmore 
and Buchanan. 

On Printing. — Alderman Sears, Coun- 
cilmen Buchanan and Lee. 

On Ctty Engineering. — Aldermen 
McCarthy and Brockett; Councilmen 
Brueck, Judd and Fitzgerald. 

On Pauper Department. — Aldermen 
Prew and McCarthy, Councilmen 
Canavan, McCarthy and Smith. 



Auditor of Accounts. — M. J. Griffin, 
office, room No. 10, City Hall. Chosen 
by city c >uncil. 

City Physician. — D. F. Donoghue, 
office 217 High. Chosen by joint 
ballot. 

City Agents H. & W. R. R.—D. J. 
Landers, James Ramage, A. H. Ryan, 
G. N. Tyner, J. M. Clark. 

Collector of Taxes. — James Doyle, 
office, room No. 9, City Hall. Office 
hours from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Resi- 
dence corner Elm and D wight. Salary 

$2,500. 

Superintendent of Streets. — M. F. 
Fitzgerald; Office City Hall. Chosen by 
joint ballot. 

Water Commissioners. — James F. Al- 
lyn, chairman; J. A. Sullivan treasurer; 
Timothy Merrick secretary; office No. 
7 City Hall; meets first Monday each 
month Cnosen by joint ballot in 
January or February. 

Water Registrar.— ~E. P. Clark; Office 
room No. 7, City Hall. Office hours 
9 a. m. to 12 m., 2 to 5 p. m. Residence 
28 Pearl street. Salary $1,200. 

Saperintendent of Water Works.— 
John D. Hardy; office No 7, City Hall, 
or 8 East Dwight street. Salary $1,000. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 



315 



Police Department 

Police Court. — Court room basement 
City Hall. William B. C. Pearsons, 
justice; special justices, Porter Under- 
wood, E. W. Chapin. Court for crim- , 
inal business, is beld every day (Sun- j 
days excepted ) at 9 a. m. Return days 
for civil business, Mondays, 9 a. m., 
every week. Civil trial day, every \ 
Saturday, 9 a. m. 

Chief of Police.— Office at City Hall. \ 






Fire Department. 

The department consists of a chief 
engineer, four assistant engineers and 
134 officers and members, and an engi- 
neer, stoker and driver for each 
steamer. 

The board of engineers are appointed 
annually during the month of Janua- 
ry. Meetings of the board are held 
the first Tuesday of each month at 
the engineer's room in the City Hall. 

There are nine companies fully 
equipped for efficient action. The 
working apparatus consists of one first 
class La France, one second-class 
Amoskeag and one third-class Amos- 
keag steam fire engine^ four two- 
wheeled hose carriages, two horse hose 
wagons, three four wheeled hose car- 
riages, one first-class Leverich hook 
and ladder truck and one second-class 
hook and ladder truck. The depart- 
ment has on hand about 10,000 feet of 
hose all in good condition. 

Mount Tom Hose Company No. 1. — 
Organized March, 1850. House located 
on Xorth Main street. Foreman, 
Gilbert Doran; first assistant, F. D. 
Moynihan; second assistant, W. H. 
Strain; clerk, J. W. Doran; treasurer, 
J. J. Burns; steward, Patrick Gleason; 
Four-wheel hose carraige. 

Rescue Hook and Ladder Company, 
No 1. Located in High street engine 
house. Drawn by two horses. Appar- 
atus consists of one first-class Lever- 
ich hook and ladder truck, carrying- 
ladders varying from 66 feet to 12 feet 



in length, 4 pitchforks, 4 lanterns, 6 
axes, 2 bars, 2 pike hammers, 1 large 
hook, 12 pike hooks and 1 battering 
ram. Foreman, A. M. Shepardson; 
first assistant, Robert McDonald; sec- 
ond assistant, W. O. Judd; clerk and 
treasurer, J. S. Preston, Jr.; steward, 
G. C. Buckley, Jr.; driver, John 
Rourke. 

Hook % and Ladder Company No. 2.— 
Located on West Hampden street. 
Drawn by two horses. Apparatus con- 
sists of one second-class hook and 
ladder truck carrying ladders varying 
from' 66 feet to 12 feet in length, 4 
pitchforks, 4 lanterns, 6 axes, 2 pike 
hammers, 1 large hook, 12 pike hooks. 
Foreman, .M. C. Colby; first assistant, 
Wm. H. Delaney; 2d assistant, Wm. 
Williams; clerk, H. P. Burt; treasurer, 
Fred Strong; steward, Win. S. Little. 

Reliance Steamer Company No. 1. — 
House located on High street. One 
first-class LaFrance steam fire engine. 
One horse hose wagon. The steamer 
is drawn by two horses and the 
hose wagon by one. Foreman, 
David C. Stannard; 1st assistant; 
Ira J. Humes; 2d assistant, Charles 
Copeland; clerk and treasurer, White 
Bidwell; steward, Samuel McCane; 
engineer, Frank Shelly; stoker, Ed-. 
ward Moss; driver Timothy Harring- 
ton; hose driver, Daniel Harmon. 

Relief Steamer Company No. 2. — 
House located on South Main street. 
One second-class Amoskeag steam fire 
engine. One horse hose wagon. The 
steamer is drawn by two horses and 
the hose wagon by one. Fore- 
man, Edward Foley; first assist- 
ant, John Flynn; second assistant, Jas. 
Lynch; clerk and treasurer, Thomas 
F. Downing; steward, Anthony Cum- 
mings;engineer,Richard Dunn; stoker, 
John Sheridan; driver, Samuel R. 
Smith; hose driver, Anthony Cum- 
mings. 

Emerald Hose Company, No 3. — 
House located in school lot on Chest- 
nut street. One four-wheel hose 
carriage. Officers: foreman, C. J. 



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HOLYOKE DIRECTORY. 



Dougherty; first assistant, Thomas 
Kennedy; second assistant, Dennis 
Nelligan; steward. Michael J. Cronin; 
clerk and treasurer, Patrick J. Lynch. 

Dexter Hose Company No. 4. — House 
located on Northampton street at Bap- 
tist Village. One two-wheel hose car- 
riage. P. W. Ball, foreman; George 
Hill, first assistant; F. T. Lawton, 
second assistant; E. D. Netherwood; 
clerk and treasurer; H. M. Ely, "stew- 
ard. 

Mount Holyoke Hose Company, No. 
2.— Located in Relief engine house, 
South Main street. One two-wheeled 
hose carriage. Foreman, Daniel 
Hogan; first assistant, M. R. Battles; 
second assistant; E. Ahern; clerk 
and treasurer, James J. Curran; stew- 
ard, Napoleon Miller. 

Steamer No. 3. — House located on 
West Hampden street. One third-class 
Amoskeag steam fire engine. One two- 
wheeled hose carriage. Steamer 
drawn by two horses. Foreman. W. 
H. Abbott; first assistant, W. B. Gero; 
second assistant, Judson Cleveland; 
clerk, J. C. Ainley; steward, S. D. 
Loomis; engineer, C. H. Knapp, stoker, 
John Castle. 



LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH 
BOXES. 



3 Mount Tom Hose House. 

4 Cor. Center and Lyman Sts. 

5 Cor. Center and Mosher. 

6 Winona Paper Co. Private Box. 

7 Syms & Dudley Paper Co., (P. B.) 

12 Nonotuck Paper Co. Private Box. 

13 Albion Paper Co. Private Box. 

14 Valley Paper Co. Private Box. 

15 Hadley Thread Co. Private Box- 

16 Parsons Paper Co. Private Box. 

17 Whiting Paper Co., No. 1., (P. B.) 

18 Hampden Cotton Mills., (P. B.) 

21 Cor. Appleton and Bigelow Sts. 

22 Cor. Main and Spring Sts. 

23 Cor. Canal and Cabot Sts. 

24 Cor. Dwight and Main Sts. 

25 Whiting Paper Co. No. 2, (P. B.) 

26 Massasoit Paper Co. Private Box. 



27 Farr Alpaca Co. Private Box. 

28 Wauregan Paper Co. 

213 H. W. P. Co. Bld'g.Cabot St.(P.B.) 

214 Franklin and Union Paper Co. 

31 Cor. Main and Sargeant Sts. 

32 Cor Bridge and Adams Sts. 

34 Cor. Main and Canal Sts. 

35 Holyoke Machine Co., (P. B ) 

36 Germania Mill. Private Box. 

37 Chemical Paper Co. 

38 Merrick Thread Co. 

41 Cor. High and Lyman Sts. 

42 Cor. Union and Fountan Sts. 

43 Lyman Mills. Private Box. 

51 Emerald Hose House. 

52 Cor. Lyman and Walnut Sts. 

61 Engine House. High St. 

62 Cor. Newton and Cabot Sts. 

63 Cor. Maple and Sargeant Sts. 

64 Cor. Appleton and Walnut Sts. 

65 Cor. Dwight and Linden Sts. 
67 Cor. Dwight and Front Sts. 

71 Cor. Hampden and Pleasant Sts. 

72 Cor. Hampden and Northampton. 

73 Cor. South and Northampton Sts. 

74 Ward Seven Engine House. 

SIGNALS. 

1 One stroke calls the Superintend- 
ent of Fire Alarm Telegraph. 

1-1 Two single strokes for fire out, 
or under control. 

1-1-1—1-1-1 Thirty-three, for a gen- 
eral Fire Alarm. 

1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Eight strokes calls 
Ward Seven Companies to fire. 

TESTS. 

1 One stroke at 6.45 A. M. 1 One 
stroke at 5.15 P. M. 



Holyoke Water Works. 

This department of the city is under 
the charge of a. Water Board of three 
members, registrar and superintend- 
ent; James F. Allyn, chairman; J. A. 
Sullivan, treasurer; Timothy Merrick, 
secretary; E. P. Clark, water registrar; 
John D. Hardy, superintendent. 
Surveys for the supply of water for 
the city were commenced in the fall of 
1871, and the works were fully com- 
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mountain ponds (Ashley and Wright), 
with their inexhaustable supply irom 
a water shed of 1,726 acres (which 
delivers an average of 2,568,121 gallons 
into the ponds daily.) forming a flow- 
age area of 211.8 acres. The ponds are 
located within the city limits, being 
3.59 miles from the City Hall. The 
carrying capacity of the supply main 
(constructed of cast iron), standard 
weight, is 2,666,000 gallons or more in 
24 hours. The legislature anthorized 
the town to issue bonds to the amount 
of $250,000, which covered the entire 
cost of construction. In 1881 the 
brooks known by the names of Riley 
and Tannery brook, were turned into 
the main pipe near the Wright pond, 
and it is estimated that the addition to 
the water supply is increased nearly, 
or quite, one-eighth. In 1884 the 
Commissioners built a dam at t-he 
"Whiting Street Brook" and have 
carried the main pipe to that point. 
With that addition Holyoke probably 
has a supply sufficient for double its 
present population. 

School Committees. 

Hon. James E. Delaney, Mayor, 
chairman; E. L. Kirtland, secretary 
and superintendent of schools. 

At Large.— Geo. H. Smith, Geo. C. 
Ewing. 

Ward One.— William Grover. 

Ward Two.— Chalmers Chapin. 

Ward Three.— Henry Winkler. 

Ward Four. — James Tierney. 



Ward Five. — D. F. Donoghue. 
Ward Six'— 3. J. Reardon. 
Ward /Seven. — E. P. Clark. 

Standing Committees. 

On Flections. — Messrs. Ewing, Rear- 
don, Winkler. 

On Rules and Regulations.— Messrs. 
Smith, Donoghue, Reardon. 

On Accounts and Finance. — Messrs. 
Reardon, Clark, Donoghue. 

On Salaries.. — Messrs. Winkler, 
Smith, Tierney. 

On Music— Messrs. Winkler, Chapin, 
Ewing. 

On Text Books and Printing. — 
Messrs. Clark, Grover, Tierney. 

On School Houses and Repairs. — 
Messrs. Grover, Chapin. Tierney. 

On Evening Schools. — Messrs. Tier- 
ney, Grover, Clark. 

On Drawing and Writing. — Messrs. 
Donoghue, Ewing, Chapin. 

On Attendance and Truancy. — 
Messrs. Chapin, Reardon, Smith. 

Superintendent of Schools. — E. L. 
Kirtland; office, City Hall, Dwight 
street. Salary $1,800. Office hours, 
11.30 a. m. to 12.30 p. m. on days when 
schools are in session. On Monday, 
Wednesday and Fridaj'', one hour after 
the close of the afternoon session of 
the schools, and on Saturday from 
10 a. m. to 12 m., during term time. 

Truant Officers. — T. W. Doyle, John 
J. Herbert; office and hours same as 
superintendent of schools. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



TABLE SHOWING THEIR LOCATION, NAMES OF TEACHERS, SALARIES AND COM. 

MENCEMENT OF SERVICE. 

Superintendent of Schools, E. L. KIRTLAND; Office Citv Hall. 







commencem'nt 






ANNUAL 






TEACHERS. 


SALARY. 


OF 
SERVICE. 


LOCATION OF SCHOOL. 


C. S. Hemingway, 


$1,900 


Jan. 1874 


Elm street. 


J. P. Cushing, 


1,000 


Aug. 1882 


" " 


I. W. Martin, 


725 


Nov. 1882 


" " 


M. C. Hubbard, 


600 


Aug. 1884 


" " 


H. B Warner, 


600 


Aug. 1882 


" •' 


H. B. Lawrence, 


1.800 


Aug. 1872 


Appleton street. 


C. A. Swan, 


550 


Aug. 1882 


ll 


M. E. Lawley, 


500 


Sept. 1884 




A. Shaeffer, 


400 


Aug. 1883 


" " 


E. T. Finch, 


440 


Nov. 1871 


" " 


K. C. Williams, 


440 


Oct. 1874 


" " 


F. E. Kelt, 


440 


June 1873 


" " 


M. E. Thorpe, 


440 


Dec. 1876 


" " 


E. M. Wilson, 


440 


Nov. 1878 


" " 


L. M. Walton, 


400 


Apr. 1883 


" " 


S. M. Maxfield. 


400 


Jan. 1881 


" " 


S. M. Mayo. 


400 


Dec. 1875 


" " 


G. M. Eaton, 


400 


May 1883 


" " 


W. F. Nichols, 


1,200 


Aug. 1882 


Park street. 


M. C. Lamb, 


550 


May 1879 


" " 


E. S. Smith, 


440 


Sept. 1881 


" " 


A. W. Mitchell, 


440 


Sept. 1881 


" " 


A. C. Flanders, 


440 


June 1878 


" " 


E. L. Farnum, 


440 


Sept. 1881 


" " 


S. A. Clifford, 


440 


Aug. 1877 


" " 


B. 0. Goldthwaite, 


400 


Aug. 1877 


" " 


C. E. Ashley, 


400 


Sept. 1880 


" " 


L. K. Washburn e, 


400 


Mch. 1873 


" " 


J. E. Newell, 


400 . 


Sept. 1882 


" " 


E. A. McDonald, 


100 


Sept. 1884 


" " 


M. B. Berry, 


400 


Jan. 1883 


" " 


J. E. Scolley, 


100 


Sept. 1884 


Sargeant. street. 


E. S. Morgan, 


600 


April 1883 


" " 


E. M. Cody, 


100 


Sept. 1884 


" " 


C. S. Clark, 


400 


Nov. 1880 


" " 


K. T. Chapin, 


400 


Sept. 1877 


" " 


C. H. Buckley, 


400 


Sept. 1878 


" " 


J. R. Sullivan, 


400 


Sept. 1881 


" " 


R. M. Papillion, 


400 


Nov. 1880 


" " 


C. M. Bond, 


400 


Mch. 1881 


" " 


L. A. Chapman, 


400 


Jan. 1884 


" " 


K. M. Kennelly, 


400 


Sept. 1882 


" " 


N. E. O'Gara, 


100 


Nov. 1883 


" " 


A. M. Morgan, 


480 


Dec. 1871 


Lyman street. 


K. M. Pattee, 


400 


Sept. 1881 


" " 


K. A. Griffin, 


400 


Feb. 1883 


" " 


M. A. Healy, 


400 


Nov. 1883 


'.' " 


N. F. Reilley, 


100 


May 1884 


" " 


H. M. Cleveland, 


500 


Sept. 1881 




A. L. Kennelly, 


440 


Aug. 1875 


Dwight street. 


S. E. Hay ward, 


400 


Aug. 1877 


" " 


E. M. Swind, 


400 


Sept. 1884 


" " 


C. B. Fairchild, 


400 


Sept. 1884 


<. u 


B. E. Lynch, 


400 


Jan. 1883 


" " 


G. A. Bond. 


400 


Sept. 1883 


" " 


E. H. Perry, 


100 


May 1884 


" " 


E. J. Whitaker. 


480 


June 1869 


Chestnut street. 


L. B. Megrath, 


400 


Nov. 1877 


U l. 


L. Strong, 


400 


Sept. 1878 


" " 


F. M. Steadman, 


400 


Sept. 1881 


" " 


D. Stratton, 


800 


Aug. 1876 


u u 


K. C. Donoghue, 


440 


Aug. 1883 




H. E. McCoy, 


440 


May 1880 


" "■ 


L. A. Arnold, 


400 


Aug. 1879 


" " 


B. R. Mann, 


400 


Sept. 1883 


" " 


C.A. Callahan, 


700 


Sept. 1884 


Nonotuck street. 


A. L. Pomeroy, 


440 


Aug. 1883 


" " 


J. R. Reardon, 


440 


Jan. 1883 


" " 


E. M. Judd, 


400 


May 1882 


" " 


S. Coombs, 


440 


June 1878 


" " 


M. C. Cleveland, 


400 


Oct. 1880 


" " 


G. H. LeDoyt, 


600 


Dec. 1875 


Baptist Village. 


L. D. Merrick, 


400 


Jan. 1881 


'* " 


M. E. Ford, 


400 


Aug. 18S2 


Ewingville. 


E. M. Bartlett, 


400 


Jan. 1884 


Ingleside. 


K. M. Holmes, 


400 


May 1883 


West street. 


M. E. Keish, 


400 


Apr. 1884 


West Holyoke. 


A. M. Spalter, 


850 


Sept. 1882 


Drawing and writing. 


F. Zuchtmann. 


800 


June 1875 


Music. 



CHURCHES. 



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CHURCHES 



Protestant. 

First Congregational Church. — North 
ampton street, near West D wight. 
Deacons, Hervey Chapin, Lyman F. 
Thorpe; parish committee, W. H. 
Abbott, John C. Thorpe, C. C. Judd; 
clerk and treasurer, J. K. Judd; col- 
lector F. D. Parsons; chorister, I. N. 
Berry; organist, Miss Seaver; choir, 
bass, Isaac Berry; soprano. Mrs. G. 
W. Thomas; contralto, Mrs. C. C. 
Judd; Supt. Sunday school, J. K. 
Judd; sexton, C. J. Crafts. 

Second Congregational Church. — Ma- 
ple, Appleton,and High street. Pastor. 
Rev.M.Woolsey Stryker; deacons, An- 
derson Allyn, Alexander H. Childs, 
Chalmers Chapin, John D. Hardy, 
George A. Clark, Edward W. Chapin; 
church clerk and treasurer, James 
Cowan: supt. of school, James H. 
Newton; secretary and treasurer, 
Joseph A. Skinner; librarian, Arthur 
J. Newell; parish committee, James 
H. Newton; John E. Kellogg. John D. 
Hardy; collector, A. G. Magna; treas- 
urer of society, Henry E. McElwain; 
clerk of society, James H. Wylie; 

organist, ; chorister, E. L. Kirt 

land; 

Grace Chapel Mission. — (Connected 
with the Second Congregational 
Church.) Main street near Cabot. At 
present it is only used for a Sunday 
school, superintendent, Thomas W. 
Holley; assistant superintendent, 
Joseph A. Skinner; secretary and 
treasurer, Jeremiah N. Hubbard, 

First Baptist Church.— Corner North 
ampton and South streets. Pastor, 
Rev. E. M. Bartlett; deacons, Caleb 
Humeston, Morris Ely. clerk John 
Merrick; prudential committee, D. H. 
Ives, D. B. Hitchcock, L. B. Moore, 
Enoch Ashley; treasurer, Joseph Mur- 
ray; clerk, John Merrick; col- 
lector, J. Merrick; organist, Miss 



L. D. Merrick; sexton, Henry 
Ely. Supt. Sunday school, John 
Merrick; assist, supt., A. Goodyear; 
clerk and treasurer, Thomas Humes- 
ton. 

Second Baptist Church. — Main corner 
Mosher. Pastor, Rev. R. J. Adams, 

D. D ; deacons, George E. Lamb, Tim- 
othy Merrick, George P. Ellison, N. 
L. Cain; prudential committee. Geo- 

E. Lamb; W. E. Syms, Newton L. 
Cain, Isaac W. Still, F. W. Ely; church 
clerk, Robert Sanderson; church 
treasurer, J. B. Whitmore; society 
clerk, A. H. Page; society treasurer, 
C. W. Rider; organist and chorister. 
C. H. Grout, M. D.; choir, Miss Hooker* 
1st soprano, and a quartette ; sexton, 
Frank Haskell. Supt. Sunday school, 
H. A. Chase; assist, supt., Robert 
Sanderson; clerk and treasurer, Eddie 
Chase. 

Methodist Episcopal Church. — Main 
street corner Appleton. Pastor, Rev. 
E. P. King; trustees. S. F. Barrett, 
Wm. Ruddy, Levi Lamb, J. M. Dun- 
ham, E. P. Clark, W. T. Dean, A. E. 
Dickieson, J. Griffis; stewards; Fos- 
ter Wilson, Samuel V. Fales, H. C. 
Walters John McKemmie, Charles S. 
Childs, Frank W. Adams, Bradley 
Hutchins, R. S. Syms, F. L. Welling- 
ton; secretary, F. L. Wellington; class 
leaders, Foster Wilson, G. L. Thorpe, 
Chas. Banister, John Reed; treasurer 
and collector, Foster Wilson; organist 
and chorister; Mrs. E. P. Clark; chorus 
choir. Supt. Sunday school, D. P. 
Haynes; secretary and treasurer, F. L. 
Wellington; librarian, John H. Mont- 
gomery; sexton, George Barker. 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church. — Maple 
street corner Suffolk. Rector, Rev. H. 
L. Foote; wardens, Geo. H. Le Doyt, 
Elias P. Ford; vestrymen, A. Higgin- 
bottom, W. R. Ladd, John E. Chase. 
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tosh, C. E. Mackintosh, W. C. 
Gates, Theophilus Parsons, parish 
clerk, W. R* Ladd; treasurer, Wm. 
Grover; chorister and organist, Mrs. 
W. R. Ladd; choir, soprano, Mrs. Wal- 
ton, alto, Miss Hattie Ford, tenor, 
Hugh Buckley, bass. Herbert Cooley; 
sexton. Jos. Ross. Supt. Sunday 
school, Rev. H. L. Foote; assist, supts., 
Geo. Le Doyt, Elias P. Ford. 

German Evangelical Reformed 
G hurch. —Bridge street corner Jackson. 
Pastor, Rev. F. B. Hanle; elders. John 
Heinritz, John Maerkle; treasurer, 
John Heinritz. Superintendent of 
Sunday school, Rev. F. B. Hanle; 
secretary and treasurer, John Hein- 
ritz; librarians, Oswin Huettner, Max 
Weisbach. 

Unity Church (Liberal Christian). — 
Maple street corner Essex. Pastor, 
Rev. Granville Pierce; prudential com- 
mittee, Rufus Mosher, J. N. Thayer, 
James Ramage, Clemens Hershel, 
Wm. B. Whiting, S. M. Gilmore, A. 
Mitchell; clerk. S. M. Gilmore; treas- 
urer, James Ramage; collector, Chas. 
Ramage; ushers, W. J. Sumner, Chas. 
Ramage, J. K. Rice, Mr. Bartlett. 
Superintendent of Sunday school, 
E. F, Osborn, Jr.; assist, supt., 
Rev. Granville Pierce; secretary and 
treasurer, Miss Hattie Durant; libra- 
rian, Charles Ramage. 

French Protestant Society. — Meets 
Grace Chapel Main street. 



Roman Catholic. 

St. Jerome Roman Catholic Church.— 
Hampden street. Pastor, Rev. P. J. 
Harkins; assistants, Rev. J. R. Mur- 
phy. Rev. John J. Crowe. Organist, 
Miss Grace Harkins; Sabbath schools, 
boys department under the charge of 



the Sisters of Charity; girls department 
under the charge of the Sisters of Notre 
Dame. 

Qhurch of the Sacred Heart.— Pastor, 
Rev. B. P. Phelan; assistant. Rev. W. 
J. Dower; organist, Miss Annie Nelli- 
gan; sexton and collector, John F 
Stapleton. Supts. of Sunday school, 
boys' department, D. J. Courtney; 
girls' department, Mrs. A. Le Breque. 

Church of the Precious Blood, 
{French).— Park street. Pastor, Rev. 
A. R. Dufresne; assistant, Rev. N. 
Rainville; sexton, Leon Dufresne; 
Sunday school superintended by Rev. 
A. B. Dufresne and the Graj' Nuns. 



Convents, Etc. 

Convent of Notre Dame. —Corner 
Hampden and Chestnut street. Sister 
Aloyse, superior. 

House of Providence. — 127 Dwight 
street. This institution is a hospital 
and a home for aged and infirm per- 
sons, under the charge of the Sisters of 
Charity. 

Mount St. Vincent Hospital and 
Diocesian Orphanage. — Ingleside, un- 
der the charge of the Sisters of Charity. 



Parochial Schools. 

St. Jerome's Institute. — Hampden 
street for boys; school superintended 
by the pastor of St. Jerome church 
and assistant priests. 

School of Notre Dame. — Hampden 
corner Elm street, for girls, under the 
charge of the Sisters of Notre Dame. 

French Catholic School, — Park street, 
for boys and girls, under the charge of 
the Gray Nuns of St. Hyacinthe. Lady 
Superior Sister St. Vincent. General 
Superintendent, Rev. A. B. Dufresne. 



SOCIETIES, ORDERS, ETC. 



Societies. 

Amaranth Club. — President, John E. 
Clark; vice president, H. J. Prink; 
sec. and treas., Geo. C. Gill; executive 
committee, J. L. Burlingame, C. W. 
Johnson, Frank E. Nourse, Geo N. 
Tyner, C. S. Hemingway. 

American Legion of Honor Holyoke 
Council No. 185. Organized May 14, 
1880. Regular meetings on the first 
and third Friday of each month at the 
Grand Army Hall. P. C, J .R. John- 
son; C, W. Brainerd; V. C, E. Emo; 
O., G. I. Nye; S , P. J. Moore; T., T. L. 
Musell; C, J. Preston, Jr.; G., A. G. 
Squire; W., I. E. Damon; trustees, E. 
P. Ford, S. T. Miller, H. W. Gaylord; 
representative to grand council, J. R. 
Johnson; alternate, E. P. Ford. 

Ancient Order of Hibernians, Divis- 
ion No. 1, of Holyoke. — Organized in 
February, 1872. Regular meetings on 
the second Tuesday and the Sunday af- 
ter the 20th of each month, at Stratton's 
Hall. President, J. J. Keough; vice- 
president, Anthony H. Ryan; secre- 
tary, M. B. Sullivan; financial secre- 
tary, John F. Spillane; treasurer, John 
J. Curley. 

Arlington Club.— President, John G. 
Mackintosh; secretary and treasurerr 
Thomas Shepherd. 

Bay State CTw6.-Eooms Tilley's 
block, High Street. President, H. G. 
Sears; vice-presidents, Frank McCam- 
mon,B. F. Hosford; treasurer, C. E. 
Bardwell; secretary, R. C. Winchester, 
trustees, Dr. J. U. Woods, J. P. Cush- 
ing, C. E. Ball. 

Caledonian Club.— Regular Meetings 
second Friday and Fourth Saturdays 
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of each month at the old G. A. R. hall. 
President, Jas. Auld; vice-president, 
Thomas Aitken; secretary, Frederick 
Shearer; treasurer, Thomas Rae. 

Catholic Mutual Benevolent Society. — 
President, T. J. Carmody; vice-presi- 
dent, Joseph Teehan, secretary, J. C. 
English; treasurer, Stephen Maloney; 
trustees, Eugene Sullivan, Jno. Moore, 
Timothy Sullivan. 

Fireman 's Mutual Relief Association. 
Organized Feb. 5th, 1872. Regular 
meeting February of each year. Pres- 
ident, W. S. Loomis; vice-president, 
B. F. Bigelow; secretary, E. A. Whit- 
ing; treasurer, R. B. Johnson; audi- 
tors, J. L. Burlingame, Levi Perkins, 
trustees, W. S. Loomis, J. A. Snell; 
B. F. Bigelow. 

Harmonie Lodge, No. 333. Deutscher 
Orden Harugarie. — Organized in 
March, 1873. Regular meetings on the 
first and third Tuesdays of each month, 
at Turner Hall. O. B., Henry Weitz; 
U. B., John Schnabel; secretary Au- 
gust Grunert Jr.; fin. secretary, Ed- 
ward Preiss; treasurer, Hermann Eger. 

Holyoke Sangerbund. — This club 
was organized in January, 1880. Presi- 
dent, Henry Winkler; vice-president, 
John Kichler; secretary, Frank Schli- 
chting; treas., John Schabel; librarian, 
Robert Beyer; assistant librarian, H. 
Eismann; messenger, H. Zahn; Direc- 
tor, A. Schneidawind. Meets for re- 
hearsel every Monday^ evening. Month- 
ly meeting the first Wednesday after 
the 20th of each month. 

Kranken Verein Germania. — Organ- 
ized December 29, 1866. Regular 
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the 20th of each month, at Winkler's 
Hall, Park Street. President, Henry 
Winkler; vice-president, Peter J. 
Westphal; secretary, Hermann Eger 
financial secretary, Johan Schnabel; 
treasurer, Robert C. Huebler. 

U Union Oandienne. — President, D. 
Charron; first vice-president, P. Cha- 
quette; second vice-president, Louis 
Berner; secretary, J. Archambeau; 
cor. secretary, L. S. Paquette; treas- 
urer, J. A. Garceau; physician. Dr. J. 
O. Godin. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays at their Hall "Salle Cana- 
dienne," corner of Cabot and Maple 
streets. 

Robert Emmett Club. — Organized in 
November 1872. Regular meetings 
every Saturday at 3 p. m., at Dillon's 
Hall. 

/Society /St. Jean Baptiste.— Organ- 
ized 1866. Incorporated 1872. Meets 
1st and 3d Tuesdays of each month, at 
Salle Canadienne. President, M. M. 
Mitivier; vice presidents, A. F. Rich- 
ard and Daniel Proulx; sesretary, 
O. Genest; assistant secretary, G. Ga- 
larneau; corresponding secretary, D. 
Sainte Marie; treasurer, Joseph Beau- 
chemin; assistant treasurer, Fred 
Menard; Sergeant, L. Doucet; as- 
sistant, Jos. Gauthier; committee, 
Ulric Perreault, Val Moquin, Jos. 
Hebert, Napoleon Sicard. 

St. Vincent De Paul Society. — Regu- 
lar meetings are held at the Notre 
Dame School House every Sunday af- 
ternoon after vespers. President, Dr. 
D. F. Donoghue; vice president, J. J. 
Dowd; secretary, P, F. Ryan, financial 
secretary, John O' Shea; treasurer, Cor- 
nelius Geran. 

Wampanoag Tribe No. 10 Improved 
Order of Red Men. — Sachem, G. H. 
Pray; Senior Sagamore, W. R. Searles; 
Junior Sagamore, G. W. Cook; Proph- 
et, C. A. Ridout; Chief of Records, 
Geo. O'Brien; Assistant Chief of Rec- 
ords, H. J. Cody; Keeper of Wampum, 
Jas. E. Allen; Trustees, J. W. Doran, 
( i. W. Cook, E. M. Keough. 

Tarn Verein.— Organized in 1872. 
Regular meetings on the first and 



third Mondays of each month at Turn 
Hall. President, Louis Frederich; 
vice-president, Augustus Gruener; 
secretary, Charles Pollak; correspond- 
ing secretary, Hugo Omlar; treasurer, 
Paul H. Koehler; cashier. Fred Mel- 
zheimer; teacher of gymnastics, Oscar 
Ruther; assistant, Herman Foerester. 

Holyoke Commandery No. 100 United 
Order Golden Cross.— Organized April 
5th, 1880. Meeting first and third Mon- 
days, Temple of Honor Hall, Tilley's 
building. N. C, Geo. L. Thorpe; N. 
V. C, Ann J. Thorpe; K. of R., Carrie 
V. Thorpe; F. K. of R., H. P. Sears; 
Treas., W. L. Wheelock; W. P., Mary 
H. Williston; Herald, A. F. Marshall; 
W. I. G., Emma E. Walker; W. O. G., 
George Brien; Medical director, J. U. 
Wood; representative to G. C, W. L. 
Salisbury; trustees, W. L. Thorpe, J. 
O. Stone, C. T. Thorpe. 

Young Mens Literary Association. — 
President, Ernest A.Thayer; vice-pres- 
ident, Henry S. Emmerson; secretary, 
S. S. Rogers; treasurer, George E. 
Pickup; librarian, A. E. Pickup. So- 
cial meetings at 197 High street every 
week, business meeting once a month. 



Masonic. 

Masonic Hall, 205 High St. 

Mt. Tom Lodge F. & A. ^.—Organ- 
ized in 1852. Regular meetings on the 
first Friday of each month. C. C. Hun- 
ter, W. M.; J. E. Bronson, S. W.; J. S. 
Holt. J. W.; Geo. S. Bassett, treasurer; 
C. L. Farrington, secretary; David 
Barney, S. D.; W. M. Engle J. D.; 
S. S. Sheldon, S. S,; John Williams, J. 
S.; David Barney, marshal; J. L. Brown 
I. S.; T. T. Waterman Chaplain; N. W. 
Quint, Tyler. 

Mt. Holyoke Chapter, R. A. M. — 
Organized in 1865. Regular meetings 
on the first Tuesday of each month, at 
Masonic Hall. L. M. Richards, H. 
P.; Chas. C. Hunter, K.; E. W. Bart 
lett, S.; Geo. S. Bassett, treasurer; A. 
Higginbottom, secretary; J. S. Holt, 
C. of H.; Thomas Slingsby, R. A. C; 
C. H. Preston, P. S.; C. H. Tower, 



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3d V.; David Barney, 2d V.: S. H. 
Chase, 1st V.; T. T. Waterman, chap- 
lain; John Neill, S. S.; Geo. W. Rich- 
ards, J. S.; N. W. Quint, tyler. 

Holyoke Council, R. & S. M.— Organ- 
ized in September, 1873. Regular 
meetings on the first Wednesday of 
each month. T. I. Master, Wm. Gro- 
ver; D. I. Master. L. M. Richards; P. 
C. of the Work, E. W. Bartlett; treas- 
urer, O. D. Allyn; recorder, A. C. Ed- 
son; G. M. of C. David Barney; Capt 
ofG., Thomas T. Waterman; cond., 
H. E. Gaylord; chaplain, Geo. S. Bas- 
sett; sentinel, N. W. Quint; steward, 
C. H. Tower. 

New England Masonic Mutual Relief 
Association. — Organized Feb. 26 1876, 
with headquarters at Holyoke. Reg- 
ular meetings: annual meeting on the 
third Tuesday in January; directors 
meeting on the third Thursday of each 
month; all are held at Masonic Hall. 
President, William Grover; vice-pres- 
idents, Dr. Geo. H. Smith and Dr. L. 
M. Tuttle; treasurer, C. H. Heywood; 
secretary, J. E. Bronson. 



I. O. O. F. 

Holyoke Lodge No. 134.— Organized 
in March 1873. Regular meeting every 
Tuesday at Odd Fellows Hall, Tilley's 
Block, High street. N". G., S. H. Whit- 
ten; V. G.. H. A. Brainard; P. S., P. J. 
Westphal; treasurer, Samuel Snell. 

Tuscarora Encampment I. O. O. F. 
—Regular meetings first and third 
Friday evenings of each month. C. P., 
G. R. Smith; H. P., J. B. Whitehouse; 
S. W., W. H. Jewett; S., Max Cobe; 
T., Samuel Snell; J. W., H. A. Crafts. 
Trustees, G. F. Underwood, E. C. 
Chapin, H. F. Farr. 



Knights of Honor. 

Rescue Lodge.— -Organized Feb. 11, 
1876. Regular meetings on the second 
and fourth Fridays of each month, at 
the Odd Fellows Hall. Dictator, J. B. 
Munn; vice dictator, H. A. Chase; as- 
sistant dictator, H. C. Carrington; re- 
porter, C. H. Tower; financial reporter, 



W. F. Smith; treasurer, Samuel Snell; 
guide, P. O'Gara; chaplain, G. L. 
Thorpe; guardian, H. K. Hawes; med- 
ical examiner, Dr. Geo. H. Smith; as- 
sistant examiner, Dr. G. W. Davis; 
sentinel, T. T. Allen. 



Knights of Pythias. 

Connecticut Valley Lodge No. 28. — 
Organized in 1873. Regular meeting 
every Monday evening at the Knights 
of Pythias Hall. P. C, David Barney; 
C. C, W. B. Miles; V. C, Ezra F. Hall; 
P., W. A. Babcock; K. of R. and S., E. 
E. Bartlett; M. of E., Simon Brooks; 
M. of F., Wilbur F. Smith; I. G., Asa 
Holmes; O. G. Fred Hughes. 



Ancient Order of Foresters. 

Court City of Holyoke, No. 6291. 
Ancient Order of Foresters.- Organized 
November 7, 1879. Regular meetings 
on the second and third Fridays of 
each month, at Temple of Honor Hall. 
Officers: P. C. R., Robert Almond; C. 
R., John Hunter; S. C. R., John Green; 
T., C. O'Leary; F. S., P. J. Duff; R. S., 
Wm. Beaudreau; S. W., John Sault; 
J. W., John Day; S. B., D. Hagerty; 
J. B., E. Couture. 

Court North Star, No. 6524, Ancient 
Order of Foresters. — Organized October 
18, 1878. Regular meetings on the 
second and fourth Tuesday of each 
month. C. R., Peter F. Burns; S. C. 
R., James T. Porter; treasurer, Frank 
A. Rivers; F. C, George O'Brien. R. S., 
James H. Sullivan; S. W., P. C. Daley, 
J. W., James Cunningham; S. B., 
William Stone; J. B., James Lewis. 



Royal Arcanum. 

Nonotuck Council Royal Arcanum. — 
Regent, P. O'Gara; vice-regent, Wm. 
Cooper; orator, J. Hildreth; past re- 
gent, D. L. Farr; secretary, C. C. Tru- 
ax; collector, A. H. Dawley; treasurer, 
J. M. Sickman; chaplain, G. P. Elli- 
son; guide, J. E. Burbank; warden, 
Chas. Ely; sentry, H. N. Farnum. 



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Temperance Societies. 

Wyoming Lodge of Good Templars. — 
Organized April 20, 1865. Regular 
meetings every Friday evening at 
Good Templars Hall. 

Jerusalem Temple of Honor No. 45. 
—Organized October, 29, 1874. Meet- 
ings every Tuesday evening in Temple 
of Honor Hall, Tilley's block, High 
street. W. C. T., Robert M. Master; 
W. V. T., J. Reed; W. R., A. G. 
Wightman; W. A. R., R. J. Lade; W. 
F. R., C. A. Ridout; W. T., William 
Church; W. C, P. E. Thompson; W. 
U., W. R. Searle; W. D. U., T. Murray; 
W. G.. R. Gilmore; W. S., A. R Ad- 
ams. 

St. Jerome Total Abstinence Mutual, 
Benevolent and Literary Society. — Or- 
ganized in 1868 and incorporated in 
1872. President, P. J. Moore; vice- 
president, Wm. Kelley; recording sec- 
retary, C. J. Bresnehan; financial sec- 
retary, T. F. Graney; corresponding 
secretary, J. J. Linehan; treasurer, 
M. J. Griffin, marshal, J. J. Sullivan; 
trustees, J. J. Callanan, M. M. Connor, 
Maurice Sullivan. 

The St. Jerome Temperance Gymnas- 
tic Club. — This club was organized Dec. 
21, 1874. Regular meetings every 
Monday evening, at Temperance Hall; 
business meetings every fourth Mon- 
day. President, T. J. Graney; vice- 
president, P. W. Shea; secretary, P. J. 
Sheehan; treasurer, J. J. Linehan. 
Committee, P. J. Doyle, D* C. McCar- 
thy, P. J. Murphy, Jas. Murphy, A. 
Driscoll. 



Grand Army of the Republic. 

Kilpatrick Post, No. 71, G. A. B.— 
Organized in 1868. Regular meetings 
every Tuesday at the G. A. R. Hall, 
Clough's building, 247 High street. 



Commander, W. H. Abbott; senior 
vice commander, A. M. Cain; junior 
vice commander, J. J. Callanan; Adju^ 
tant, D. E. Butler; Q. M., Chas. Flan- 
ders; O. D., W. I. Turner: O. G., 
James Phillips; chaplain, Robert B. 
Corbitt; surgeon, C. S. Lyman; Q. M. 
S., Geo. Whitaker; sergeant major, P. 
J. Gilligan. 



Military. 

Holyoke Light Infantry,. Co. D. 2d. 
Begiment, M. V. M. — Organized De- 
cember 11, 1878. Regular business 
meetings on the first Monday in each 
month. Drill meetings every Mon- 
day evening. Armory, City Hall, 
Number of members 62. Captain. 
Charles W. Brown; first lieutenant, 
Gilbert E. Russell; second lieutenant, 
Frank H. Barber; clerk, W. O. Shelley. 



Bands. 

Bande Nationale. — Organized De- 
cember, 1880. President, Onezime 
Vien; vice-president, E. Gauthier; sec- 
retary, Geo. Doucette; treasurer, Z. 
Boulley. Meets Tuesday and Friday 
of each week, at Germania Hall. 
Leader, J. J. Fitz Gibbon. 

Holyoke Cornet Band. — Organized in 
the fall of 1872, 20 pieces. Meet at Mt. 
Tom Engine House every Monday and 
Friday evening. President, A. M. 
June; secretary, C. G. Burnham; treas- 
urer, Robert Almond; musical direc- 
tor, Isaac Berry. 

Fitz Gibbon's Orchestra.— Organized 
1868, 7 pieces. Agent, J. J. Fitz Gib- 
bon. 



Hildreth's Orchestra. 
dreth, leader. 



Holyoke Orchestral Club 
Brown, leader. 



John Hil- 
C. 



-M. 



BANKS. 



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BANKS. 



National. 

City National Bank. — Banking 
rooms 13 Dwight street. Incorporated 
Aug. 22d, 1879. President, J. C. Par- 
sons; board of directors, J. C. Parsons, 
Timothy Merrick, Charles B. Prescott, 
H. A. Gould, F. H. Harris, J. S. Mc- 
Elwain, Edward C. Taft. N. A. 
Leonard, Hiram Smith, Fred Har- 
ris, Lemuel Sears, C. L. Covell; cash- 
ier, C. Fayette Smith; teller, A. 
F. Hitchcock ; bookkeepers, F. A. 
Smith and Geo. S. Perry. Annual 
meeting second Tuesday in January. 
Capital stock, $200,000; reserve profits, 
^30,000. Dividend of 4 per cent, de 
clared semi-annually, in January and 
July. 

Hadley Falls National Bank.— 
Banking rooms corner Dwight and 
Maim streets. Incorporated 1851; reor- 
ganized 1865. President, Chas. W. 
Ranlet; directors, Chas. W. Ranlet, 
Broughton Alvord, Jonas Kendall, 
William Skinner, William A. Chase, 
Benjamin Aldrich, Spencer A. White, 
Edwin H. Ball, Charles B. Prescott; 
Wm. Nash; cashier, H. P. Terry; tell 
er, J. R. Smith; bookkeeper, A. A. Al 
lyn; clerk E. B. Clapp. Annual meeting 
second Tuesday in January. Capital 
stock, $200,000; surplus $135,000. Divi- 
dends declared in April and October. 

Holyoke National Bank. — 199 High 
street. Incorporated 1872. President, 
William Whiting; vice-president, R. 
B. Johnson; cashier, Wm. G. TWing; 
teller, W. S. Jencks; bookkeeper, Isaac 
E. Sawyer; clerk, S. S. Rogers; direc- 
tors, Wm. Whiting, R. B. Johnson 
James F. Allyn, William Nash, Levi 
Perkins, C. H. Heywood, George W. 
Prentiss. Capital stock, $200,000; re- 
serve profits, $75,000. Annual meeting 
2d Tuesday of January. Dividends in 
April and October. 



Home National Bank. 239 High 
street. Incorporated Feb. 1884. Pres. 
ident, James H. Newton; cashier, Ed- 
win L. Munn; teller, Fred F. Part- 
ridge; bookkeeper, F. H. Newton; 
clerk, George W. Parker. Directors, 
James H. Newton. Edwin L. Munn, 
Anderson Allyn, Daniel H. Newton, 
Edward C. Rogers, John Delaney, 
Moses Newton, John C. Newton, J. H. 
Fraser, James Ramage, George A. 
Clark, George W. Miller, New York, 
Frederick Taylor, Granby, Mass., Her- 
man Stursberg, Jr., Josephus Crafts, 
Northampton. Capital stock, $250,000; 
surplus profits $10,000. 



Savings. 

Holyoke Savings Bank. Banking 
rooms 199 High street. Incorporated 
1855. Business hours. 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. 
and on Wednesday and Saturday even- 
ings from 7 to 9. President, Geo. W. 
Prentiss; treasurer, R. B. Johnson; 
secretary, W. B. C. Pearsons; vice- 
presidents, C. H.Hey wood, Wm. Grov- 
er, Anderson Allyn; trustees, Wm 
Whiting, A. L. Shumway, Levi Per- 
kins, W. S Loomis, A. Higginbottom, 
J. F. Allyn, James E. Delaney, L. A. 
Taber, E. J. Pomeroy, R. M. Fairfield, 
C. H. Prentiss, C. H. Smith, M. H. 
Whitcomb, L. H. Tuttle, Robert Rus- 
sell. Clerk, C. W. Johnson. Deposits, 
October 25th, 1884, $1,670,555.37, sur- 
plus, $73,494.12. Annual meeting in 
April. Dividends in January and 
July, at 4 per cent, per year. Deposits 
draw interest from the first of every 
month. 

Mechanics Savings Bank. — Holyoke 
House block, 13 Dwight street. Incor- 
porated 1872. Business hours 9 a. m. 
to 12 m., 1 to 4 p. m.; 6 to 8 p. m., Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays. President, 
James H. Newton; vice presidents, 



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B. C. Brainard, D. H. Newton, R. P. 
Crafts; trustees, J. C. Parsons, J. S 
Webber, E. C. Taft, Lemuel Sears, 
James Doyle, James Ramage, John 
O'Donnell, J. 8. McElwain, H. P. 
Terry, D. H. Newton, Cornelius 
O'Leary, Holyoke; H. Smith, Jr., B. C. 
Brainard, South Hadley Falls; E. W. 
Chapin, secretary; C. B. Prescott, 
treasurer; bookkeeper. J. B. Munn. 
Deposits, Jan. 1st, 1885, $607,987.35. 
Annual meeting, first Monday in May. 
Dividends in May and November at 4 
per cent, per year. Deposits draw in- 
terest from first of every month. 



Holyoke Co- Operative Bank. — 24 
Dwight street. President, Joseph W. 
Moore; vice-president, William Gro- 
ver; treasurer, Geo. A. Clark; secreta- 
ry, Dwight O. Judd. Directors, Chas. 
L. Newcomb, E. S. Packard, T. Henry 
Spencer, Frederick Druce, C. S. Hem- 
ingway, Thos. W. Doyle, Thos. Chal- 
mers, Geo. Nightingale, R. G. Kilduff. 
Auditors, F. L. Wellington, Jas. A. 
Murphy, E. C. Clarke. Regular meet- 
ings 4th Wednesday each month. Sec- 
retary's office hours, same place, every 
Wednesday 7 to 9 p. m. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Cemeteries. 




Forestdale Cemetery. — The Forest- 
dale Cemetery Association was organ 
ized Nov. 1, 1870. Soon after 24£ acres 
of land were purchased and the work 
of laying out the cemetery was com- 
menced, being under the joint charge 
of Wm. Grover, and the President of 
the association, Jones S. Davis. In 
1862 the work was completed, and on 
the 22d of June the cemetery was ded- 
icated. It is situated about a mile from 
the center of the city, and is entered 
from Dwight street. The following 
are the officers of the association: 
President, Wm. Grover; secretary and 
treasurer, R. B. Johnson; trustees, 
Wm. Grover, H. A. Chase, W. S. 
Loomis, C. H. Heywood, Levi Per- 
kins, James Buffington, R. M. Fair- 
field; E. J. Pomeroy, A. L. Shumway, 



W. H. Abbott; Auditors, H. A. Chase, 
R. M. Fairfield; superintendent W. 
S. Loomis. 

Baptist Village Cemetery. — This cem- 
etery is the original burying ground 
of this section, and has been in exist- 
ence more than a hundred years. For 
many years it was under the control of 
the First Baptist Society, but in 1855 
was ceded to the city and has since 
been used as a public ground. There 
are about three acres inclosed. In 1882 
the Third Parish Burial Ground Asso- 
ciation was formed with the following 
officers: President, Roswell M. Fair 
field; secretary, Oscar Ely; treasurer, 
Joseph Murray; trustees, E. H. Ball, 
Alexander Day, D. B. Hitchcocock, D. 
H. Ives, S, M. Gilmore, R. M. Fair- 
field, W. S. Loomis; superintendent, 
Willard Ely. 

Roman Catholic Cemetery. — This is 
situated near Forestdale Cemetery, and 
is also entered from Dwight Street. 
There is no association connected with 
it, the property being held in fee sim- 
ple by the Bishop of the Diocese. The 
cemetery contains twelve acres and 
was purchased in 1874. Superintend- 
ent, Rev. Father Harkins; sexton, 
Patrick Burke. 

Calvary Cemetery (Roman Catholic). 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



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— This cemetery, located on North- 
ampton street adjoining the Old Bap 
tist Cemetery, was consecrated March 
20th, 1882, by Bishop Reilly. It con- 
tains fourteen acres, the grounds being 
laid out under the direction of A. B. 
Tower, civil engineer. There is no 
association in charge, it being held in 
fee simple by the Bishop of the Diocese. 
Supt. Rev. P. B Phelan. 

French Roman Catholic Cemetery.— 
This cemetery, located on the Granby 
Plains, though properly not in Hol- 
yoke, is yet under the control of the 
church here, and may be called a Hol- 
yoke institution. It was opened for 
use in 1875. It contains four acres. 
There is no association in charge, it 
being held in fee simple by the Bish- 
op. Superintendent, Rev. A. B. Du- 
fresne; sexton, Leon Dufresne. 



Holyoke Public Library. 

Incorporated April 22, 1870. The 
rooms are situated in the City Hall 
building, and are open to the public 
every Wednesday and Saturday from 
2 to 6 and from 7 to 9 p. m. There are 
over 9,000 volumes in the library which 
are free to the public for reference in 
the building, or can be taken from it 
by subscribers upon the payment of 
$1.00 per year. The following officers 
were elected at the regular annual 
meeting in May, 1884. President, Wm. 
Whiting; vice presidents, W. B. C. 
Pearsons, E.W.Chapin,W. S. Loomis; 
directors, J. S. McElwain, J. H. 
Newton, Wm. Grover, H. L. Sherman, 
A. L. Shumway; secretary and treas- 
urer, Henry A. Chase; auditors, R. B. 
Johnson, Philander Moore; librarian, 
Miss Sarah E. Ely. 



Holyoke Gas Works. 

Owned by the Holyoke Water Power 
Company. Originally established by 
the Hadley Falls company. Produce 
30,000,000 feet per annum. L. D. 
Rhoades, superintendent; W. H. Snow, 
assistant superintendent. 



Holyoke and Westfleld Railroad, 

This road running from Holyoke to 
Westfleld, and there connecting with 
the New Haven and Northampton 
railroad, was finished in 1871 „and 
was leased perpetually, to the latter 
road. The corporation officers are : 
President, J. C. Parsons; treasurer, 
George W. Prentiss; clerk, T. B. 
O'Donnell. 



Holyoke Street Railway Co. 

Incorporated June 11th, 1884. Capi- 
tal stock $25,000. President William 
A. Chase; treasurer, C. Fayette Smith; 
Supt., Hiram M. Smith. Directors : 
Wm. A. Chase, George E. Dudley, F. 
P. Goodall, S. G. Gaylord, W. S. 
Loomis, Charles B. Prescott, J. A. Sul- 
livan, G. H. Smith, Hiram Smith. 



Bridges. 

County Bridge. — This bridge crosses 
the Connecticut river, connecting the 
city of Holyoke with the town of 
South Hadley; it was thrown open for 
travel October 15, 1871. Its total length 
is 1,600 feet, having 10 spans; is 24 feet 
wide. Total cost was $162,780, and its 
apportionment was as follows; Hol- 
yoke $85,780; Hampden county, $35,- 
500; Hampshire County $17,500; South 
Hadley $15,000; Granby $5,000; Belch- 
ertown, $13,500. 

City Bridges —The bridges spanning 
the canals are located as follows: Two 
on Lyman street, two on Dwight 
street, two on Appleton street, one on 
Main street, one on Bridge street, one 
on Cabot street, second level canal; the 
above belonging to the city. One on 
Sargeant street, on second level canal; 
one on Jackson street on third level 
canal; and one on Lyman street, sec- 
ond level canal;owned by the Hol- 
yoke Water Power Co.; also one on 
Sargeant street, on third level canal, 
owned by the Mills corporation. 



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Stages. 

South Hadley.— Leaves 8.20, 12.22 a: 
m. 3.36, 7.24 p. m. Leaves South Had- 
ley post-office 7.20, 9.45, 11.20 A. m., 
4.45 p. m. 

Holyoke and Granby.—~Leave depot 
3.36 p. m. Leave Granby post office 9 
a. m., 4 P. M. 



Omnibuses. 

Depot and Pleasant Street Line. — 
Leave depot 8.20, 11.55 a. m., 12.00 m.; 
1.20 3.41, 6, 8.30 p. m. Leave Pleasant 
cor. Lincoln Streets, 8.30, 10, 11.35 a. 
m., 12.50, 6, 5.30 and 6.50 p. m. 

Package Expresses. 

Holyoke and Springfield Express 
Line. -E. Whitney, proprietor, Leaves 
Holyoke daily at 8.30 a. m., Orders may 
be left at Goodall's drug store and at 
E. J. Pomeroy's. 

Holyoke and Springfield Express 
Line.— Diamond W. Parker, proprie- 
tor. Leaving Holyoke daily at 9 a. 
m., orders may be left at E. P. Ford's, 
A. Witherell and F. P. Goodall's. 



Post Office 

Holyoke Post Office. — Located in Hol- 
yoke House block, Dwight street. 
Open from 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. Post- 
Master, C. B. Prescott; assistant, J. W. 
Bean; registry clerk, J. W. Bean, 
mailing clerk, T. F. Bresnahan; mail- 
ing delivery clerks, Fred. S. Whitney 
H. G. Burkhardt, F. A. Beals, letter 
carriers, Geo. W. Gibson; E. W. Titus, 
Wm. J. Judge, Geo. W. Cook, Win. E. 
Webster, E. W. Beach. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

Notice.— No letter or other mail mat- 
ter will be sent from this office to 
places within the United States or Can- 
ada unless the postage is prepaid by 
stamps. 

ON LETTERS. 

The inland postage (which must be 
prepaid) upon single letters is two 
cents; double letters twice and treble 
letters treble these rates. 



Every letter or sealed parcel not ex- 
ceeding half an ounce in weight is 
deemed a single letter, and every addi- 
tional weight, half an ounce or less 
is charged with an additional single 
postage, prepaid by'stamps. 

City letters must be prepaid by 
stamps at the rate of two cents for 
each half ounce or less, and two cents 
for each additional half ounce. 

Samples, patterns and articles of 
merchandise, in packages not over 
4 lbs in weight, 1 cent per oz or fraction 
thereof. 

All transient books, newspapers, 
samples, etc., must be prepaid in full 
or they will not be forwarded. 

Postage to England. Ireland and 
Scotland 5 cents each half ounce; to 
France, 5 cents half ounce; Germany, 
Bremen mail, 5 cents; prepayment 
optional. 

U. S. MONEY ORDER DEPARTMENT. 

UNITED STATES. 

On orders not exceeding $10 8 cents 



Over $10 and not exceeding 15 


10 " 


15 " " 30 


15 « 


30 " " 40 


20 " 


40 " " 50 


25 " 


50 " '■ 60 


30 " 


60 " " 70 


35 " 


70 " " 80 


40 '• 


80 " " 100 


45 " 


No fraction of cents must be introduced in 


an order. 




BRITISH, GERMAN AND CANADIAN. 


On orders not exceeding $10 


15 cents 


Over $10 and not exceeding 20 


30 " 


15 " " 30 


15 " 


20 " '• 30 


45 " 


30 " " 40 


60 " 


40 " " 50 


75 " 



County Officers. 

Judge of Probate, and Insolvency.— 
William S. Shurtleff; salary $2,000. 
Office in Court House, Springfield. 

Register of Probate and Insolvency. — 
Samuel B. Spooner of Sringfield; sal- 
ary $1,800. Office in Court House, 
Springfield. 

Public Administrators. — For settle- 
ment of estate when no heirs appear 
and no will is found— S. S. Taft of Pal- 



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mer, Charles H. Heywood of Hol- 
yoke, A. T. Folsom of Springfield. 

Clerk of Co urts.— Robert O. Morris 
of Springfield. Office in Court House 
Springfield. 

Register of Deeds.— James E. Russell, 
of Springfield; paid by fees. Office in 
Court House, Springfield. 

Masters in Chancery. — Henry W. 
Bosworth, A. M. Copeland. E. H. La- 
throp 

Justices of the Peace. — Jonathan Al- 
len, Edward S. Bradford, William H. 
Brooks, Simon Brooks, Francis A. 
Beals, Edward W. Chapin, Pliny J. 
Crafts, William A. Chase, James E. 
Delaney, R. Ogden Dwight, Alfred T. 
Guyott, John B. Munn, James Tier- 
ney,Richard G* Kilduff, Michael J. 
Gr ffin, Hervey K. Hawes, Caleb J. 
Humeston, Lewis F. Heyward, Wil- 
liam H. Heywood, Charles C. Judd, 
Charles W. Johnson, Daniel E. Kings 
bury, Joseph Murray, John G. Mac- 
intosh, Timothy Merrick, A. G. Mag 
na, James H. Newton, Adolph Nah- 
mer, Terrance B. O'Donnell, Theophi- 
lus Parsons, Wm. B. C. Pearsons, John 
J. Reardon, James M. Sick man, Har 
ris L. Sherman, William Slattery, Al 
bert A. Tyler, Porter Underwood, 
William H. Wharfield, Frank A. 
Whiting. 

County Treasurer.— H.Wells Bridge; 
salary $ 1.500. Office in Court House, 
Springfield. 

Sheriff.- -Hiram Q. Sanderson, of 
'•Springfield; salary, $1,250. 

Jailer. Frank W. King, of Spring 
field; salary, $1,500. 

Deputy Sheriffs for Hampden County. 
- Franklin C. Knox, Blanford; James 
Keefe, Chester; Nathaniel Cutler, 
Chiconee; Andrew J. Jenks, Chicopee; 
Simeon Jacobs, Chicopee; Frank H. 
Morton, Chicopee Falls; D. E. Kings- 
bury, Wm. G. Ham, Edward W. Wes 
ton, Holyoke; Benjamin F. Burr, 
Ludlow; A. O. Thresher, Hampden; 
Herbert H. Nothrop and J. A. Pal- 
mer, Palmer; W. M. Abbott, Mit- 
Mitineague; S. S. Bumstead; A. H. G. 
Lewis, Walter S. Miller, John W. 
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Hersey, and Hosea C.Lombard, Spring- 
field; Frank H. King, of Monson; 
Charles Merrick, West Springfield; 
G. W. Granger, Tolland; T. M. Cooley, 
H. M. Parsons, Westfield. 

County Commissioners. Henrj' A.Chase 
oi Holyoke; Leonard Clark of Spring- 
field; Lewis F. Root of Westfield; 
Special Commissioners, Ira G. Potter 
of Wilbraham, Benjamin F. Burr of 
Ludlow. Salary for all, $1,600, appor- 
tioned according to service and miles 
of travel. Times of meeting — at 
Springfield on the second Tuesday of 
April, and the first Tuesday of Octo- 
ber and fourth Tuesdays of June and 
December. 

Medical Examiners. — Dr. T. F. Breck 
of Springfield; Dr. William Holbrook 
of Palmer; Dr. L. M. Tuttle of 
Holyoke; Dr. James H. Waterman of 
Westfield. 

Notaries Public. — Amos Andrews, 
Edward S. Bradford, Edward W. 
Chapin, Robert B. Johnson, William 
S. Loomis, John G. Mackintosh, R. 
Ogden Dwight, Edwin L. Munn, John 

B. Munn, Charles W. Ranlet, Porter 
Underwood. 

Commissioners of Insolvency . — Henry 

C. Bliss of West Springfield; Joseph 
N. Prew of Holyoke; Willis S. Kel- 
logg of Westfield. 

Bail Commissioners. — George Leon- 
ard and Robert O. Morris. 

United States Commissioner.— Wil- 
liam L. Smith. 

Register of Bankruptcy . — Tenth Con- 
gressional District— T. M. Brown. 

Senators. — Hampden county, First 
District, William R. Sessions of 
Hampden. This district comprises 
Brimfield. Hampden, Holland, Mon- 
son, Palmer, Springfield, Wales and 
Wilbraham. Second District, James R. 
Dunbar of Westfield. This District is 
made up of Agawam, Blandford, Ches- 
ter, Chicopee, Granville, Holyoke, 
Longmeadow, Ludlow, Montgomery, 
Russell, Southwick, Tolland, West- 
field and West Springfield. 

Representatives. — H ampden county 



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has thirteen representatives. 'First 
District, Monson, Brimfielcl Holland 
and Wales. Second District, Hampden, 
Palmer, Wilbraham and Ludlow. 
Third District; Chicopee. Fourth Dis- 
trict, first and second wards of Spring- 
field. Fifth District, third and sixth 
wards of Springfield, Sixth District, 
fourth and seventh wards of Spring- 
field and Longmeadow. Seventh Dis 
trict, fifth and eighth wards of Spring- 
field. Eighth District, first, second, 
third, fourth and fifth wards of Hol- 
yoke. Ninth District, sixth and sev- 
enth wards of Holyoke and West 
Springfield. Tenth District, Westfield, 
Agawam and Montgomery. Eleventh 
District, Southwick, Granville, Tol- 
land, Blandford, Chester and Russell. 

Eighth Councilor District comprises 
five senate districts, viz: first and sec 
ond Hampden, Hampshire and north 
and south Berkshire. Wellington 
Smith of Lee; salary $800 and mileage. 

The Tenth Collection District of 
Massachusetts includes Berkshire, 
Hampshire, Hampden and Worcester 
counties. 

Collector.— Edward R. Tinker of 
North Adams, 

Deputy Collector.— Wm. P. Alexan- 
der of Springfield. Office 447 Main 
street. 

Ganger— Chas. T. Richmond. Office 
at 447 Main street, opposite Court 
Street, Springfield. 

Storekeepers— Geo. T. Durant, J. W. 
Arnold. 



ators, Henry L. Dawes, term expires 
1887; George F. Hoar, term expires 
1889. Salaries, §5,000 each. 



Executive Department. 

Governor, Geo. D. Robinson of Chic 
opee; salary, $4,000. Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, Oliver Ames of Easton; salary ? 
$2,000 and mileage. Secretary of the 
Commonwealth, Henry B. Pierce of 
Abington; salary, $2,500, Treasurer 
and Receiver General and Tax Com- 
missioner, Daniel A. Gleason, of Med- 
ford; salary, $4,000. Auditor, Charles 
R. Ladd of Springfield; salary, $2,500. 
Attorney General, Edgar J. Sherman 
of Lawrence; salary, $4,000. U. S. Sen- 



Courts. 

Circuit Court of the United /States. — 
Holden in the U. S. Court House, 140 
Tremont street, Boston May 15, and 
October 15. Associate Justice U. S. 
Supreme Court, Horace Gray. Judge 
of XJ. S. Circuit Court, John Lowell. 
District Judge, Thomas L. Nelson. 
District Attorney, George P. Sanger. 
Clerk, John G. Stetson. United States 
Marshal of the District of Massachu- 
setts, N. P. Banks, Commissioners, 
Charles L. Woodbury, Elias Merwin 
H. P. Curtis, C. M. Loring, Henry l/ 
Hallett, William S. Dexter, Clement 
H. Hill, Winslow Warren, Edwin H. 
Abbott, Fisher Ames and John G. 
Stetson, Boston; Charles W. Clifford 
of New Bedford; William L. Smith, 
Springfield; E. N. Wood, Pittsfield; 
J. H. Hill, Worcester; William How- 
land, Lynn. 

District Court of the United /States. — 
Holden in the U. S. Court House, 140 
Tremont street, Boston, third Tuesday 
in March, fourth Tuesday in June, 
second Tuesday in September, and 
first Tuesday in December. Special 
courts held every Friday afternoon. 
District Judge, Thomas L. Nelson. 
Clerk, Clement H. Hill. Clerk for 
bankruptcy business, Francis S. Fiske. 
/Supreme Judicial Court. -Holds a 
law term in Springfield, second Mon 
day after second Tuesday in Septem- 
ber; nisiprius term; fourth Tuesday in 
April. Chief Justice Marcus Morton, 
of Andover; salary, $6,500. Associate 
Justices, Walbridge A. Field of Bos- 
ton, Charles Devens of Worcester, 
William Allen of Northampton, Wal- 
do Colburn of Dedham, Oliver Wen- 
dell Holmes, Jr., of Boston; salary, 
$6,000 each. 

/Superior Court.- Civil terms holden 
in Springfield, second Mondays in 
March and June, and fourth Monday 
in October; Criminal terms, third Mon- 



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day in May and first Monday in De- 
cember. Chief Justice, Lincoln F. 
Brigham of Salem; salary, $5,300. 'As- 
sociate Justices, Julius Rockwell of 
Lenox, Hamilton B. Staples of Wor- 
cester, Robert C. Pitman of Newton, 
John W. Bacon of Natick, P. Emery 
Aldrich of Worcester, Waldo Colburn 
of Dedham. William S. Gardner of 
Newton, Marcus P. Knowlton of 
Springfield, Caleb Blodgett of Bos- 
ton, Albert Mason of Brookline, James 
M. Barker of Pittsfield; salary, $5,000 
each. Andrew J. Waterman, District 
Attorney for Western District, com- 
prising Hampden and Berkshire coun- 
ties; salary, $1,800. 

Courts of Probate and Insolvency. — 
Probate Court is holden at Springfield 
on the first Wednesday of every 
month except August; at Westfield on 



the third Wednesdays of February, 
May. September, and December; at 
Palmer on the second Wednesdays of 
February, May and September, and 
fourth Wednesday of November; at 
Holyoke on the third Wednesdays ox 
January, March, June, and October. 

U. S. Supreme Court. — Chief Justice 
Morrison R. Waite, of Ohio; salary, 
$10,500. Associate Justices, Stanley 
Mathews of Ohio, Horace Gray of Mas- 
sachusetts, Joseph P. Bradley of New 
Jersey, Samuel F. Miller of Iowa, 
Stephen J. Field of California, John 
M. Harlan of Kentucky, William B. 
Woods of Georgia, Samuel Blatchley 
of New York; salary, $10,000. Court 
meets first Monday in December at 
Washington. Clerk, James H. Mc- 
Keeny of Washington. 



MANUFACTURERS. 



Paper Manufacturers. 

Albion Paper Company. — The mills 
now owned by this corporation were 
built for it in 1878. Previous to this 
time it had occupied the woolen mill 
now owned by Dickinson & Clark. 
The company was organized in 1869. 
It manufactures book -paper, engine - 
sized flats and card board, employing 
120 hands, and with a pay-roll of $5,- 
000 per month. The mills use 12 mill 
powers, running 13 100 pound engines, 
three 600-pound Jordans, and three 
84-inch machines, producing 15 tons 
per day. Capital stock $60,000. Agent 
and treasurer, E. C. Taft. Second level 
canal below the county bridge. 

The JBeebe and Holbrook Company. — 
This mill was completed in March, 
1872, and was run by the Hampden 
Paper company until 1873, then until 
January 1 as Beebe & Holbrook 
when the present corporation came 
into possession, It manufactures 
all grades of fine writing. It uses 
three mill powers, running two 900- 



pound washers, four 700 pound beat- 
ers, and one 76-inch machine, turning 
out three tons a day. It employs 115 
hands, and the pay roll is $3,500 per 
month. President and treasurer, G. 
B. Holbrook; clerk, E. W. Chapin. 
First level canal, corner Dwight. 

Chemical Paper Company. — This 
corporation, organized in January, 1880 
owns the largest paper mill in the 
world. It manufactures manillas, card- 
board, card-middles and rope paper. 
It owns sixteen mill-powers, running 
five machines, six 1,200 pound and two 
1,400 pounds, eight 800 pounds, four 
1000 pounds common engines, and five 
600 pound Gould engines and four Jor- 
dan engines. It employs 250 hands, 
and the pay roll is $9,500 per month. 
The daily product which is mainly 
manilla, writing and envelope, is 25 
tons a day. Large quantities of wood 
are used, which is reduced to pulp in 
their mills at Readsboro, Vt., by a 
combination of chemical and mechan 
ical processes. President, James Ram- 



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age; vice president, J. C. Newton; 
secretary, Geo. C. Gill; treasurer and 
agent, Moses Newton. Nominal capi 
tal. $250,000. Third level canal, foot of 
Jackson street. 

Connecticut River Pulp Mill. — This 
mill was established in 1876, and 
manufactures chemical, poplar and 
bass-wood pulp. It uses 1£ miil pow- 
ers and runs two machines, turning 
out eight tons a day. There are 31 
hands and the pay-roll is $ 900. D. H. 
and J. C. Newton, proprietors; Robert 
Lynn, superintendent. Bigelow street, 
near Dwight. 

Crocker Manufacturing Company. — 
The mill built by the Hampden Paper 
Company in 1870, was bought by the 
above corporation in 1871. It manu- 
factures engine-sized flats, colored pa- 
pers and specialties. It uses four- 
mill-powers, running nine 450-pound 
one 700-pound and one Jordan engine, 
one 72 inch and one 42 inch machine, 
turning out four tons per day. It 
employs 50 males and 25 females, and 
the monthly pay-roll is $2,500. Presi 
dent, S. S. Crocker; secretary and 
treasurer, D. P. Crocker. Capital 
stock, $100,000. Second level canal be- 
low county bridge. 

Dickinson & Clark Paper Company. 
The mill run by this firm was built by 
the Hampden Paper Co. in 1862. It 
was first sold to the Albion, then to the 
Crocker, andfinally,on the 1st of June, 
1880, to the present owners. It uses 
two mill powers, running six four 
hundred pound engines and one 62 
inch machine, and turns out three tons 
a day of machine finished book, super 
calendered and engine sized flats and 
envelope paper. It employs 55 hands, 
and has a monthly pay roll of 1,600 
George R. Dickinson of Springfield 
John E. Clark, second level canal be- 
low county bridge. 

Excelsior Paper Company. — This 
mill was built by the Newtons in 1873. 
It was sold to J. B. Warren and R. C. 
Dickinson in April of the same year, 
and in the December following, J. B. 
Warren sold his interest to Dickinson 



& Mayo of Springfield. The present 
owners are George R. Dickinson, D. 
M. Dickinson and John E. Clark. The 
company manufacture principally 
book paper, and uses two mill powers, 
running four eight hundred pound en- 
gines and one 62-inch machine, turn- 
ing out three tons daily. They employ 
50 hands and the pay roll is $1,500. 
Third level canal near overflow. 

Franklin Paper Company. — This 
corporation was organized in 1866, with 
a capital stock of $60,000; manufac- 
tures envelopes and flat papers in all 
colors. It uses two mill powers, run- 
ning eight 400 pound engines, one Jor- 
dan engine, one 100 horse power Harris 
-Corliss steam engine and one 62-inch 
machine, producing three tons a day. 
There are 62 hands, and the pay roll is 
$2,500 a month. President, James H. 
Newton; vice-president, John Ramage, 
treasurer, F. H. Chamberlain. Third 
level canal, near overflow. 

George R. Dickinson Paper Co., 
Incorporated June 2d, 1882. Capital 
stock $150,000; commenced manufac- 
turing April 1883. Manufactures white 
and tinted machine finished super cal- 
endered book; uses nine mill powers 
12 1200 pound common engines; and two 
Jordan engines; product 10 tons per 
day; employs 150 persons, pay roll 
$5,000 per month. George R. Dickinson 
president and treasurer. First level 
canal, Sergeant near Race. 

Hampden Glazed Paper and Card Co. 
—Organized 1881, capital stock, $56,000. 
They manufacture glazed paper and 
card board. Riverside; George. F. 
Fowler, president; T. H. Fowler, 
secretary and tresurer. 

Holyoke Paper Co. — The original 
mill, the second in Holyoke was erect- 
ed in 1857, by D. M. Butterfield, 
manager of the company, and the 
product was one ton per day. After a 
year or so Stephen Holman assumed 
the management, and, in 1865, O. H. 
Greenleaf took the control and has held 
it ever since. The products are all 
grades of first class writing, linen, bond 
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board. It uses 8£ mill powers, running 
twelve 500 and eight 700 pound engines, 
and one 72 inch and two 62 inch 
machines, turning out seven finished 
tons daily. There are 280 hands and 
the pay roll is $10,000 per month. 
President, and agent O. H. Greenleaf: 
treasurer, C. H. Heywood: clerk, 
O. S. Greenleaf; directors, J. Q. Preble, 
Samuel Raynor, William I. Martin. 
E. C. Wilson, H. M. Phillips, O. H. 
Greenleaf, C. H. Heywood. Nominal 
capital, $300,0000; real capital very much 
more, South end of second level canal. 
Massasoit Paper Manufacturing Co. 
— This corporation, originally the 
Greenleaf & Taylor Company; built 
its original mill in Huntington. In 
1870 it changed its name to the present 
one, increased its capital stock to 300,- 
000, and in 1872 built the Holyoke mill. 
It uses four mill powers in Holyoke, 
running eight 500 pound engines and 
one 1000 pound engine; has two 79 inch 
machines, turning out 3£ tons a day 
of extra fine writing. It employs about 
160 hands and the pay roll is $5,000. 
E. C. Rogers, agent and treasurer; 
C. B. Wells, superintendent and pay- 
master. Bigelow street, near Dwight. 

Newton Paper Co. — This corporation 
was organized in May, 1876, with a 
capital stock of $24,000, buying the old 
Newton & Ramage mill, which was 
built in 1873. It manufactures sheath- 
ing, carpet lining, felt, manilla 
wrapping and lined straw board. It 
owns four mill powers running 11 
1000 pound engines and three machines 
producing 14 tons per day. It employs 
50 hands and the pay roll is $2,500 per 
month. President, Moses Newton;, 
vice president, Jas. Ramage; treasurer, 
Geo. A. Clark. Capital $72,000. Third 
level canal, foot of Sargeant. 

Nonotuck Paper Company.— This 
corporation started manufacturing in 
November, 1880. with a capital stock 
of $70,000. It makes book, engine-sized 
envelopes and flats, colored mediums 
and specialties. It uses five mill pow- 
ers, running three 1,200-lb. and one 
1,000-lb. washers five 1,000 pound 



beaters, two Jordan engines, one 
84 inch and one 72 inch machine, 
turning out ten tons daily. President 
Aaron Bagg Jr.; agent J. S. McEl- 
wain; treasurer, Wm. H. Heywood; 
secretary, Henry E. McElwain. Sec 
ond level canal below county bridge. 

Parsons Paper Company. — This was 
the first paper company organized in 
Holyoke. The mill was built in 1853 
and the company was organized with 
$60,000 as capital stock, which has 
never increased, though business is 
done representing ten times that 
amount. It manufacturers fine writ- 
ing, envelope and colored flats, 
bond and ledger. It uses eight 
mill powers and 200 steam horse 
powers in the two mills, running 
thirty 600 pound engines and four ma-, 
chines, producing 12 tons a day. It 
employs 325 hands and the pay- 
roll is $9,000 per month. Agent and 
treasurer, J.C. Parsons; assistant treas- 
urer, J. S. McElwain; secretary, E. P. 
Bagg. Upper end of first level canal, 
near overflow. 

Riverside Paper Company. — This cor- 
poration was organized in 1866. It 
manufactures all kinds of fine writ- 
ing, using three mill powers, running 
three 700-lb. washers, six 650-lb. beat- 
ers, one 72-inch and one 80 inch ma- 
chine, producing four tons per day. 
It employs 180 hands and the pay-roll 
is $4,500 a month. President and 
treasurer, J. H. Appleton. Third lev- 
el canal, foot of Cabot street. 

The Syms & Dudley Paper Company. 
— Was organized Sept., 1880,with a cap 
ital stock of $150,000. It manufactures 
book, engine sized flats and ruled 
papers. It employs about 150 hands 
and the monthly pay-roll is over $4,- 
500. The mills use six mill-powers, 
running 12 1.000 lb. engines; three Jor- 
dan engines and one 73-inch and one 
80 inch, and one 40-inch machine, 
producing thirteen tons per day. 
President, Wm. Whiting, treasurer, 
Geo. E. Dudley; manager of mill, 
Wm. E. Syms. Second level canal, 
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Union Paper Manufacturing Com- 
pany. — This corporation was organized 
in 1870, with a capital stock of $200,000, 
and manufactures fine writing papers, 
It uses three mill-powers, running 
ten 600-lb. engines, one 62-inch and 
one 72 inch machine, producing five 
tons daily. It employs from 150 to 
175 hands, and the pay-roll is about 
$ 3,800 per month. President. D. D. 
Warren; treasurer, H. Dickinson; 
agents, H. and E. Dickinson. Third 
level canal, near overflow. 

Valley Paper Company. — This cor- 
poration was organized in 1866, with 
a capital stock of $125,000. It manufac- 
tures fine writing, linen and envelope 
papers. It uses four mill powers, run 
ning seven 1,000 lb. engines, two Jor- 
dan engines and two machines, pro- 
ducing six tons a day. It employs 250 
hands and the pay roll is $6,500. Pres- 
ident. Hiram Smith; agent and treas- 
urer, A. W. Esleeck. Second level 
canal, near county bridge. 

Wauregan Paper Company. — This 
corporation was organized in January, 
1879, and incorporated Jan. 1, 1881; and 
manufacturers superfine book and 
engine-sized writing papers. It uses 
five mill powers; running seven 
1,000 lb, engines, two Jordan engines 
and one 84 inch machine, producing 
six tons finished paper per day. It 
employs 60 males and 50 females, and 
the pay roll is $3,000 per month. Pres- 
ident and treasurer, James A. Newton; 
office manager, T. Henry Spencer; 
superintendent, Alexander Paul; book- 
keeper, Homer J. Stratton. First level 
canal, corner Dwight. 

Whiting Paper Company. — This com 
pany was organized in 1865 with $100,- 
000 capital which has been increased 
to $300,000 nominally, though the ac- 
tual capital is much more. It runs 
two mills, the second of which was 
built in 1871. No. 1. mill uses four 
mill-powers, running three 1,000 and 
four 1,400 lb. engines and two 62-inch 
machines; producing six tons a day. 
There are 250 employes, and the pay- 
roll is a*bout $8,000 per month. No 2 



uses 5£ mill powers, running eleven 
9001b engines, one 62-inch, one 72-inch 
and one 66 inch machine, producing 
eight tons a day. There are 350 em- 
ployes, and the pay-roll is $10,000 per 
month. Both mills make all grades of 
fine writing and envelope papers, card 
and bristol board, at No. 1 mill the 
company also manufactures choice 
stationery and wedding goods, put up 
in boxes with envelopes to match. 
President L. L. Brown; agent and 
treasurer, William Whiting. No. 1 
mill upper end first level canal, near 
overflow. No. 2 mill, second level 
canal, Dwight. 

Winona Paper Company. — This 
company started manufacturing in 
November, 1880, turning out flat cap 
and book papers. It uses five mill 
powers, running six 1.400 lb engines, 
four 1,600 lb and three Jordan engines, 
one 61 inch and one 84-inch machine, 
product twelve tons per day. Pres- 
ident, R. M. Pulsifier, Boston; treas- 
urer, B. F. Hosford. second level canal, 
foot of Lyman, below county bridge. 

Whitmore Manufacturing Company. — 
This company was organized Nov. 7th, 
1881, with a capital of $25,000. It man- 
ufactures card board, glazed and litho- 
graph paper; employs 42 hands and its 
pay roll is $1,300 per month, product, 
four tons per day. President, James 
D. Whitmore; clerk and treasurer. F. 
D. Heywood. Water Power Co.'s. 
Cabot street mill. 



Envelope Manufacturers 

Holyoke Envelope Compani/.— Incor- 
porated Dec. 10, 1880, began manufact- 
uring April 4th, 1881. Manufactures 
envelopes and papeteries. It employs 
150 females and 40 males. Pay day 
10th of each month. Pay roll $6,000 
per month. Jas T. Abbe, president; 
Geo. N. Tyner treasurer. Water 
Power Co.'s Cabot street mill, east 
wing. 



Blank Book Manufacturers. 

National Blank Book Company. — 
Organized Dec. 1st, 1875, as the J. G. 



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Shaw Co.. and changed March 1st 1880, 
to the National Blank Book Co. They 
manufacture blank books of every 
description. Employ 120 hands. Pay 
roll $4,500 per month. President 
Thomas A. Mole; treasurer, Roswell 
M. Fairfield. Located in Water Pow- 
er Co.'s Cabot street mill, east wing. 



Cotton Mills. 

Hampden Cotton Mills. — Organized 
1877; Capital stock, $160,000. Manu- 
facture duck and denims. President, 
Nelson D. Wh te; treasurer and 
agent, Edward S. Bradford; selling 
agents, Whitman <fc Phelps. Capacity, 
2 000,000 pounds per year. Monthly 
pay roll $8,000. Mill powers, four. 
Lyman street corner first level canal. 

Holyoke Warp Company. — Organ- 
ized 1869. Capital stock, $60,000. Man- 
ufactures fancy and plain warps. 
Produces 2,000 pounds per day. 
Employs 55 males and 55 females. 
Mill powers, 1J. Monthly payroll, 
$3,200. President, James Renfrew, Jr.; 
agent and treasurer, J. L. Burlingame; 
paymaster, H. H. Smith. 

Lyman Mills.— Organized Jan. 1st, 
1854. Capital stock, $1,470,000. Man- 
ufacture No. 1 mill, sheeting, shirting 
and drilling; Nos. 2 and 3 mills, lawns, 
prints, etc. No. 1 mill produces per 
annum 3,000,000 pounds; Nos. 2 and 3 
600,000 pounds per annum. Em- 
ploys 300 males and 1,000 females. 
Mill powers, 21*. Monthly pay roll, 
$28,000. Officers, President, Thomas 
Parsons, Boston; treasurer, Theop. 
Parsons, Boston; selling agents, Minot 
Hooper & Co., Boston and New York; 
agent, Geo. H. Hills; cashier, J. F. 
Burns; superintendent, E. Lovering. 
74 Front street, and second level canal 
corner Lyman street. 



Silk Mills. 

Unquomonk Silk Mills.— Established 
in Haydenville, Mass., in 1849. Des- 
troyed by flood, May 16, 1874. Rebuilt 
in Holyoke, July, 1874 Satin sleeve 
linings, silk serges, silk and mohair 



braids, machine and button hole 
twist, sewings, organzine and cassi- 
mere sewings. Production, 3,000 pounds 
per month. Employ 250 to 300 hands. 
Mill powers; 11. Monthly pay roll, 
$5,000. William Skinner & Son, pro- 
prietors. Corner of Appleton and 
Bigelow streets. 



Thread Mills. 

Hadley Company. — Organized 1863. 
Capital stock, $600,000. Spinners and 
manufacturers of spool cottons, shoe 
thread, harness and seine twines, fine 
cotton yarns, fine cotton warps; single 
and two ply, in skeins, etc. Mill- 
powers 11. Employ 721 hands. Weekly 
pay roll, $4,900. Total annual produc- 
tion 1,300,000 pounds. Officers: Treas- 
urer, Arthur T. Lyman, Boston; agent, 
William Grover; paymaster, C. L. 
Farrington. Canal street. 

Merrick Thread Company. — Organ- 
ized July, 1865. Capital stock, $500,000. 
Manufacture six cord, soft finish, 
satin finish spool cottons, and fine 
yarns. Produce 3,000,000 dozen spools 
of cotton per annum. Employs 825 
hands Mill powers thirteen. Monthly 
pay roll, $18,000. Officers: President, 
L. R. Hopkins; treasurer, Timothy 
Merrick; secretary and paymaster, C. 
W. Rider. Office corner Main and 
Jackson streets. 



Woolen Mills. 

Beebe, Webber & Company. — Estab- 
lished May, 1863. Manufacture doe- 
skins and cassimeres. Produce 600- 
000 yards per annum. Employ 100 
males and 50 females. Mill powers, 3. 
Monthly pay roll, $4,500. Corner Main 
and Canal streets. 

Connor Brothers. —Manufacture cas- 
simeres. Four sets of machinery. 
Also manutfacturers of wool extracts, 
shoddy and flocks. Employs 125 males 
and 75 females, Mill powers, 2. 
Monthly pay roll, $5,500. Bigelow street 
corner Cabot street. 

Ger mania Mill. — Organized Jan., 1865. 
Capital stock, 300,000. Manufactures 



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fine beavers, castors, overcoatings and 
suitings. Employs 225 males and 75 
females. Produce 250,000 yards 6 4 
cloths per annum. Mill powers 2. 
Monthly pay roll $9,500. Officers: supt., 
L. Bume; treas., Herman Stursberg; 
agent, Herman Stursberg; Jr., secreta- 
ry and paymaster, Wm. Mauer. Cor- 
ner Race and South streets. 

Chadwick & Chadwick. — Manufactur- 
ers of imitation seal skins. Employ 
50 males and 20 females. Pay roll 
$2,800 per month. Water Power Co.'s 
Cabot street mill, west wing. 

Springfield Blanket Company.— Or- 
ganized May 2, 1870. Capital stock 
$80,000. Was incorporated December, 
1884, with capital stock of $150,000. 
Manufactures horse blankets. Product 
500,000 annually. Employs 175 males 
and 225 females. Mill powers, 4. 
Monthly pay roll, $8,000. Treasurer, 
W. H. Wilkinson; superintendent, M. 
H. Whitcomb. Third level canal near 
Sargeant street. 



Worsted Goods. 

Farr Alpaca Company ,— Organized 
1873. Capital stock $300,000. Produces 
6,000.000 yards dress goods per annum. 
Employs 525 males and 475 females 
Mill powers, 6. Monthly pay roll 
$32,000. Officers: President, Timothy 
Merrick; treasurer, J. Metcalf; agent, 
H. M. Farr. Bigelow street, between 
Appleton and Cabot. 

Steam Pump Manufacturers. 

The Deane Steam Pump Company.— 
Organized Dec. 1879. Capital stock 
$200,000. Employs 235 males. Mill 
powers 1. Officers: President. W. J. 
Harris; treasurer, Charles P. Deane. 
Works Bigelow street. 

Iron Manufacturers. 

George W. Prentiss & Company. — 
Wire mill. Established 1857. New mill 
built 1870. Manufactures refined iron 
wire. Product 800 tons per annum. 



Employs 65 workmen. Mill powers ,2. 
Monthly pay roll, $2,500. G. W. Pren- 
tiss, M. W. Prentiss, W. A. Prentiss. 
First level canal, corner Dwight street. 

Holyoke Machine Company. — Organ- 
ized 1862. Capital $300,000. Machinists, 
founders, and manufacturers of turbine 
water wheels, paper machinery, hy- 
draulic presses, etc. Employs 325 
workmen. Mill powers, 2. Monthly 
pay roll $14,000. Officers: President, 
C. H. Heywood; treasurer, S. Holman. 
517 Main street. 

Massachusetts Screw Company. — 
Established 1873. Capital stock $50,000. 
Product $70,000 worth ayear. Monthly 
pay roll $2,000. Mill powers, one. 
Employs 60 males and six females. 
Officers: President, D. H. Newton; 
treasurer. J. C. Newton; clerk, James 
S. Newton; superintendent, Dwight 
Goddard; paymaster. Ernest C. Cox. 
Cabot, corner Bigelow streQt. 

Henry Seymour Cutlery Company. — 
Organized 1839. Capital stock. $25,000. 
Manufactures shears and scissors. 
Product 100 to 125 dozens daily. Em- 
ploys 70 males. Mill power, one. 
President, Henry Seymour; treasurer, 
Robert H. Seymour. 10 Appleton 
street, corner second level canal. 

City Foundry. — Munn & Baush, 
proprietors. 509 East corner Crescent. 
Iron founders, machinists and grate 
bar manufacturers. Employ 35 men. 
Pay roll per month $1,500. 

R. Pattec & Company.— Machinist 
jobbers. Established 1870. Manu- 
factures shafting, gearing, rag knives, 
dusters, and iron plated window 
sash, Holyoke fire hydrants, etc., Em, 
ploy 20 workmen.; 28 Main street. 

Coghlan's Steam Boiler Works. — 
Manufacture heavy rotary bleachers 
and chemical wood pulp digesters for 
paper mills. Also light and heavy 
plate iron work for mills and factories 
Employs 50 men; pay roll $1,500 per 
month. D. F. Coghlan, proprietor. 
Crescent street. 



MANUFACTURERS. 



337 



Holyoke Steam Boiler Works. — Es- 
tablished 1869. Manufacture steam 
boilers, rotary bleachers, water and oil 
tanks and heavy plate iron work. 
Employ 22 men. Pay roll $700 a month. 
Corner East and Mechanic streets. B. 
F. Mullin, superintendent. 

E. Whitaker. Reed manufacturers, 
established 1852. Manufactures loom 
and dresser reeds. Employs 4 work- 
men. Bowers & Mosher's building. 

Buttrick & Flanders — Established in 
1873. Manufacturers of spindles, bol- 
sters and steps. Employ 10 hands. C. 
Gr. Buttrick, T. B. Flanders. First 
level canal between Appleton and 
Cabot streets. 



Miscellaneous Manufacturers. 

Connecticut River Lumber Company. 
— Manufacturers of spruce lumber. 
Mills at Hartford, Conn., Holyoke and 
Mt. Tom, Mass. The Holyoke mill 
employs 80 hands and turns out daily 
75,000 feet of long lumber, 70,000 laths, 
and 15,000 shingles. Pay roll $4,000 per 
month. Steam power. Treasurer, T. 
W. Pearsall; agent, J. C. Lewis. 149 
Hampden street. 

Merrick Lumber Company. — Incor- 
porated Apr., 1884. Capital stoock $75,- 
000, Lumber merchants,contractors and 
builders, and manufacturers of doors, 
sash and blinds. Steam planing and 
saw mill. Employs 45 men. Pay roll 
$2,000 per month. Near Conn. River 
R. R. freight depot. President, T. Mer- 
rick; treasurer, E. Bradley. 

E. Chase & Son.— Lumber merchants. 
Dealers in all kinds of lumber. Estab - 
lished in 1859. Main street. 

Watson Ely & Son.— Lumber dealers, 
planing and saw mill, 122 Front street. 
Employ 20 men; pay roll $900 per 
month. 

Casper Ranger. — Contractor, lumber 
dealer, planing mill, door, sash, blinds, 
etc. Employ 75 men. Pay roll $2,800 
per month. Bond, corner Appleton 
street. 

42% 



The Tattle Rubber Works.— Manufac- 
ture Jenkins & Frink's pump valves, 
washers, packing, rubber balls, wagon 
springs, shaft rubbers, etc. Employ 
35 hands. Pay roll $1000 per month. J. 
H. Tuttle, proprietor; C. A. Tuttle, 
superintendent. Bigelow, between 
Appleton and Cabot. 

Fenton & Dunn. — Manufacturers of 
all kinds of carriages and wagons; re- 
pairing of all descriptions. Employ 38 
men. Works corner of Hampden and 
Walnut streets. 

J. & W. Jolly. — Machinists and 
blacksmiths, general jobbing, paper 
mill repairs a specialty. Employ 30 
men. Pay roll $1,500 per month. 

John C. Smith. — Jobbing and repair- 
ing for paper mills, nuts, screws, etc. 
Patterns made and castings furnished 
in iron or brass. Employs 60 men. 
Shop on Bigelow street near Appleton. 

John Heinritz, successor to Holyoke 
Woven Wire Mattress Company- 
Manufacturer of wire mattresses, 120 
Front street. 

Perkins' Machine Shop— General job- 
bing a specialy. All kinds of mill re- 
pairing. B. F. Perkins, proprietor. 
Shop Cabot street mill, east wing. 

Thomas F. Kegan— Established 1878. 
Steam and gas pipe. Employs 16 men. 
Pay roll $800 per month. 

Graves & Kinney. — Brass founders. 
Employs 10 hands. Pay roll $375 per 
month. 

The Amherst Hydraulic Motor Co.— 
Manufactures water motors. President 
H. B. Richardson; treasurer, R. M. 
Fairfield. 

Holyoke Bone Company. — Estab- 
lished February, 1877. Manufacture 
bone handles for cutlery, also bone 
dust for fertilizers. Employs 30 hands 
Monthly pay roll $1,000. H. S. Safford, 
superintendent. Corner Front and 
Sargeant street. 

Holyoke Paper Box Company .— Chas. 
F. Taylor, manager. Manufacture 



338 



HOLYOKE DIRECTORY. 



paper boxes. Employ 25 hands. Pay 
roll |550 per month. 

Henry Thomas. — Lithographer, en- 
graver and printer, lithographic power 
printing. Employs six hands. Bow- 
ers & Moshers building, opposite H. 
& W. R. R. depot. 

Fourdrinier Wire Works.— Buchan- 
an, Bolt & Co. Established February 
15, 1878. Manufacture wire cloths 
for Fourdrinier paper machines and 
dandy rolls, duster and cylinder wires. 
Employ 30 hands. Upper level canal 
near Appleton street. 

The Delpholeum Oil Company. — In- 
corporated April 21, 1882. Capital 
stock $150,000. Manufacturers of Del- 
pholeum oils and compounds. Rufus 
Mosher, president; C. O. Warner, sec- 
retary and treasurer; Bowers & Mosh- 
er 's building. 

D. Mackintosh & Son. — Dyers and 
dealers in colored cotton. Employs 85 
hands; pay roll $2,500 per month. 



Production 8,500 pounds per day. Big- 
elow street, between Appleton and 
Cabot. 

Benjamin F. Nichols.— Toy* roll cov- 
erer and manufacturer of leather belt- 
ing. Employs 8 men. Pay roll $300 
per month. Water Power Co's Cabot 
street mill. 



Frank 
and ruler. 
mill. 



E. White.— Paper finisher 
Syms & Dudley Paper Co's 



STATISTICS 



The Census of Holyoke; Present 
and Past. 

The population of Holyoke in past 
census years was as follows : 



Year. 

1850, 
1855, 
1860, 
1865, 

1870, 
1875, 
1880, 



Population. 

2,245 
4,639 
4,997 
5,648 
10,733 
16,260 
21,961 



Gain. 

1,394 
858 
651 
5,085 
5,527 
5,701 



ranscriot Pud 




■Printers of all kinds of- 



MANUFACTURERS 



AND- 



MERCANTILE WORK. 



182 High street, Holyoke. 



CORPORATIONS AND THEIR PAY DAYS. 



339 



Corporations, Manufactories and their Pay Days. 







TREASURERS, 




CORPORATIONS. ETC. 


LOCATION. 


AGENTS AND PRO- 
PRIETORS. 


PAY DAYS FOR 
THE MONTH. 


Abbott, W. H. 


West Hampden, 


W. H. Abbott, 


Weekly. 


Albion Paper Co. 


Near County Bridge, 


E. C. Taft, 


20th. 


Beebe, Webber & Co. 


639 Main, 


J. S. Webber, 


16th 


Beebe & Holbrook Co. 


Dwight and Second Level, 


G. B. Holbrook, 


3d Wednesday. 


Bryan, Clark W. & Co. 


Water Power Co's Cabot st. Mill. 


Clark W.Bryan&Co 


Saturdays. 


Buchanan, Bolt & Co. 


Bet Appleton and Cabot,first l'v'l 


Buch'an, Bolt& Co 


Saturdays. 


Buttrick & Flanders, 


First Level, near Cabot, 


Buttrick & Fland's 


15th. 


Carew Mfg. Co. 


South Hadley Falls, 


Chas. W. Gardner, 


2d Wednesday. 


Chase E. & Son, 1 


Appleton and Crescent, 


E. Chase & Son, 


Saturdays. 


Chadwick & Chadwick, 


Water Power Co's Cabot st. Mill, 


J. & D. Chadwick, 


Saturdays. 


Chemical Paper Co. 


South end Third Level, 


Moses Newton, 


20th. 


City Foundry, 


509 East, 


Munn & Baush, 


Saturdays. 


Coghlan D. F. 


Crescent, near C. R. R. Depot, 


D. F. Coghlan, 


20th. 


Conn. River Lumber Co. 


149 Hampden, 


J. C. Lewis, 


1st. 


Conn. River Pulp Co. 


Bigelow, near Dwight, 


D.H.&.J. C.Newton 


10th and 25th. 


Connor Bros. 


Bigelow and Cabot, 


James Connor, 


20th. 


Crocker Manufacturing Co 


Near County Bridge, 
Bigelow, near Appleton, 
Near County Bridge, 


D. P. Crocker, 


10th. 


Deane Steam Pump Co. 
Dickinson & Clark Paper Co 


C. P. Deane, 


15th. 


J. E. Clark, 


15th. 


Dickinson G. R. Paper Co. 


Sargeant, 
122 Front, 


Geo. R. Dickinson, 


20th. 


Ely Watson & Son, 


Watson Ely & Son, 


Once in 2 wks M 


Excelsior Paper Co. 


Third Level, 


D. M. Dickinson, 


20th. 


Farr Alpaca Co. 


Bigelow, 


H. M. Farr, 


20th. 


Fenton & Dunn, 


Corner Hampden and Walnut, 


Fenton & Dunn, 


Saturdays. 


Franklin Paper Co. 


Third Level, 


F. H. Chamberlin 


15th. 


Frost, Davis & Co. 


B. & M. Building, 


Frost, Davis & Co., 


1st. 


Germania Mills, 


Canal, 


H. Stursburg, 


15th. 


Glasgow Co. 
Hadley Co. 


South Hadley Falls, 


B. C. Brainard, 


4th Thursday. 


Canal, 


Wm. Grover, 


Thursdays. 


Hampden Cotton Mills, 


Lyman, 


E. S. Bradford, 


Wed. n'rst20th 


Ham. Glazed Pa. & Card Co 


Riverside, 


D. F. Fowler, 


10th and 25th. 


Hampshire Paper Co. 


South Hadley Falls, 
Second Level and Appleton, 


C. H. Southworth, 


3d Thursday. 


Henry Seymour Cutlery Co 


Robt. H. Seymour, 


Saturdays. 


Holyoke Envelope Co. 


Cabot Street Mill, 


Geo. N. Tyner, 


10th. 


Holyoke Boiler Works, 


Mechanic, 


B. F. Mullin, 


20th. 


Holyoke Bone Co. 


Front, corner Sargeant, 


H. S. Safford, 


10th. 


Holyoke Machine Co. 


517 Main, 


S. Holman, 


15th. 


Holyoke Paper Co. 


Main and Third Level, 


0. H. Greenleaf , 


3d Wednesday. 


Holyoke Paper Box Co. 


First Level Canal, cor. Cabot, 


C. F. Taylor, 


1st and 15th. 


Holyoke Warp Mill, 


529 Main, 


J. L. Burlingame, 


10th 


Holyoke Water Power Co. 


Canal, 


Wm. A. Chase, 


15th. 


Holyoke File Works, 


Bowers' & Mosher's Building, 


Bozenh'd&Foerst'r 


20th. 


Jolly J. & W. 


First Level, near Cabot, 


J. & W. Jolly, 


20th. 


Kegan, T. F. 


Appleton and Bigelow, 


T. F. Kegan, 
Geo. H. Hills 


20th. [last Sat. 
2Tu& Wed after 


Lyman Mills, 
Mackintosh D. & Son, 


74 Front, 


Bigelow, 


D . Mackintosh &S on 


1st and 16th. 


Manning W. & J. 


Bowers' & Mosher's Building, 


W. & J. Manning, 


1st. 


Merrick Lumber Co. 


Near C. R. R. freight Depot, 


Edwin Bradley, 


10th. 


Merrick Thread Co. 


No. 1, 539 Main, 


T. Merrick, 


15th. 


Massasoit Paper Mfg Co. 


Bigelow, 


E. C. Rogers, 


4th and 19th. 


Massachusetts Screw Co. 


Cabot and Bigelow, 


J. C. Newton, 


15th. 


National Blank Book Co. 


Cabot opp Bigelow, 
Cabot Street Mill, 


R. M. Fairfield, 


every other Sat 


Fichols Benj. F. 


B. F. Nichols, 


Saturdays. 


Newton Paper Co. 


Third Level 


Geo. A. Clark, 


20th. 


Nonotuck Paper Co. 


Third Level, foot Lyman. 


J. S. McElwain, 


15th. 


Pattee Richard & Co. 


28 Main, 


R. Pattee & Co., 


20th. 


Parsons Paper Co. 


Dear Dam, 


J. C. Parsons, 


15th. 


Perkins B. F. 


Cabot Street Mill 


B. F. Perkins, 


20th. 


Prentiss Geo. W. & Co. 


29 Dwight 


Geo. W. Prentiss, 


Wednesdays. 


Ranger Casper, 


Bond corner Appleton, 


Casper Ranger, 


20th. 


Riverside Paper Co. 


Third Level, 


J. H. Appleton, 
John C. Smith, 


15th. 


Smith John C. 


Bigelow, near Appleton, 


20th. 


Snell S. 


Mechanic, 


Samuel Snell, 


20th. 


Springfield Blanket Co. 


Third Level, 


W. H. Wilkinson, 


20th. 


Syms & Dudley Paper Co.- 
Thomas Henry 


Near County Bridge 

Opp. H. &. W. R. R. Depot, 


Geo. E. Dudley, 


20th. 


Henry Thomas, 


10th. 


Tuttle Rubber Works, 


Bigelow, near Appleton, 
Appleton and Bigelow 


J. H. Tuttle, 


Weekly. 


Unquomonk Silk Mills, 


Wm. Skinner & Son 


15th. 


Union Paper Mfg. Co. 


Third Level, 


H. & E. Dickinson. 


20th. 


Valley Paper Co. 


Near County Bridge, 


A. W. Esleeck, 


15th. 


Wauregan Paper Co. 


Dwight and First Level, 


J. H. Newton, 


15th. 


Winona Paper Co. 


Third Level, foot Lyman, 


B. F. Hosford 


20th. 


White Frank E. 


Syms & Dudley's Mill, 


F. E. White, 


20th. 


Whitaker E. 


Opp H. & W. R. R. depot, 


E. Whitaker, 


1st. 


Whitmore Mfg. Co. 


Cabot opposite Bigelow, 


F. D. Heywood, 


every other Sat 


Whiting (No. 1 & 2) Pa. Co. 


Near Dam, 


William Whiting, 


15th. 


Wilson & Smith, 


Bowers' & Mosher's Building, 


Wilson & Smith, 


20th. 



340 



HOLYOKE DIRECTORY. 



LARGE CITIES OF THE WORLD. 



Aberdeen, Scotland... 88,125 

Adrianople, Turkey 150,000 

Agra, East India 125,000 

Ahmedabad, East India 130,000 

Aleppo, Turkey 100,000 

Alexandria, Egypt 238,888 

Amoy, China 250,000 

Amritsir, East India 130,000 

Amsterdam, Netherlands .. 281,805 

Antwerp, Belgium 126,663 

Bangalore, East India 140,000 

Bangkok, Siam 500,000 

Barcelona, Spain 252,015 

Baroda, East India 140,000 

Belfast, Ireland 174,394 

Benares, East India .' 200,000 

Berlin, Prussia 826,341 

Bhurtpore, Hindostan 100,000 

Birmingham, England 343,787 

Bologna, Italy 115.957 

Bolton, England 82,853 

Bombay, East India, 646, 636 

Bordeaux, Prance 194,241 

Bradford, England 145,830 

Bremen, Germany 82,950 

Breslau, Prussia 208,025 

Brest, France 79,847 

Brighton, England 90,011 

Bristol, England 182,552 

Brussels, Belgium 314,077 

Bucharest, Turkey 141,754 

Buenos Ayres, Argen. Rep 177,787 

Cairo, Egypt 256,700 

Calcutta, East India 447,601 

Canton, China 1,300,000 

Catania, Italy 84,397 

Cawnpore, East India. 111,231 

Cologne, Prussia.. 129,233 

Constantinople, Tin-key 1,075,000 

Copenhagen, Denmark 180,866 

Cork, Ireland 78,382 

Damascus, Turkey 150, 000 

Dantzic, Prussia 89,122 

Delhi, East India 152,406 

Dresden, Saxony 177,089 

Dublin, Ireland 245,722 

Dundee, Scotland 118,974 

Edinburgh, Scotland 196,500 

Florence, Italy 167,093 

Foochow, China.. 600,000 

Frankfort-on-Maine, Prussia 90,922 

Genoa, Italy 130,269 

Ghent, Belgium 121,469 

Glasgow, Scotland 547,538 

Granada, Spain 100,678 

Gratz, Austria 80,732 

Hague, Netherlands 92,785 

Hamburg, Germany 338,974 

Hankow, China 800.000 

Hanover, Prussia 87,641 

Havana, Cuba 169,184 

Havre, France 86,828 

Hong Kong, China 124,198 

Hull, England 121,892 

Hyderabad, East India 200. 000 

Jakoba, Africa 150,000 

Jongping, China 200,000 

Jeddo, Japan 1,554,848 

Joudpore, East India 150,000 

Bassan, Russia 78,602 

Kagosima, Japan 180.000 

Kicheneff, Russia 103,998 

Kingston-upon-Hull, Eng 121 ,892 

Konigsburg, Prussia 112,123 

Leeds, England 259,212 

Leghorn, Italy 118,851 

Leicester, England 95,220 

Leipsig, Saxony, 106,925 



Lemberg or Leopol, Austria 87,10* 

Liege, Belgium 106,442 

Lille, France 158,11? 

Lima, Peru 121,370 

Lisbon, Portugal. - 275,286 

Liverpool, England 493,405 

London, Eng. f ge^oVDisU ".V/.S^effl 

Lucknow, East India 300,000 

Lyons, France 323,954 

Madras, East India 427,771 

Madrid, Spain.. 332,024 

Malaga, Spain 113,050 

Malta Island 146,852 

Manchester England 351,189 

Manilla, Philippine Islands 160,000 

Marseilles, France ; 12,864 

Melbourne, Australia 191,254 

Merthyr Tydfil, Wales © 97,020 

Messina, Italy 111,85^. 

Mexico, Mexico 210,327 

Milan, Italy 199,009 

Montevideo, Uraguay 105,296 

Montreal, Canada 107,225 

Moorshedabad, East India 146,963 

Moscow, Russia 611,970 

Munich, B&varia 170,688 

Muicia, Spa'n 109.446 

Nagpore, East India 111,231 

Nantes, France 118,517 

Naples, Italy 448,743 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.. 128,443 

Ningpo, China 500,000 

Odessa, Russia 121,335 

Oporto, Portugal 89,321 

Osaka, Japan 530,885 

Palermo, Italy 219,938 

Paris, France 1,851,792 

Patna, East India 284,132 

Pekin, China 1,648,814 

Pesth, Hungary 200,476 

Portsmouth, England 113,569 

Prague, Austria 157,713 

Riga, Russia 102,043 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 260,000 

Rome, Italy 244,484 

Rottendam, Netherlands 125,983 

Rouen, France 102,470 

Salford, England 124,801 

Santiago, Chili 150,000 

Saratoff, Russia O 93,218 

Sevilla, Spain... 115,000 

Shanghai, China 320.000 

Sheffield, England 239,946 

Smyrna, Turkey 170,000 

Soochow. China 2,000,000 

St. Etienne, France 96,620 

Stockholm, Sweden 147,24} 

St. Petersburg, Russia 667,926 

Strasbourg, France 94,000 

Stuttgart, Wurtemburg 107,000 

Sunderland. England 98,242 

Sydney, New South Wales.. 134,755 

Tabriz, Persia.... 150,000 

Taschkend, Russia.... 100,000 

Teheran, Persia 100,000 

Tientsin, China 400,000 

Tokat, Turkey 150,000 

Tokio,— or Yedo— Japan 779,361 

Toulouse, France 126,936 

Trieste, Austria 109,324 

Tunis, Tunis 120,000 

Turin, Italy.... 212,644 

Valencia, Spain. 145,512 

Valparaiso, Chili 110,000 

Venice, Italy ® 128,901 

Vienna, Austria 1,020,770 

~VarBai"- Russia .. 279.50* 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 353 

City National Bank, 

CAPITAL $200,000. RESERVE PROFITS $30,000. 



J, C. PARSONS, Pres. C. FAYETTE SMITH, Cashier. 
Office Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p, m. 



DIRECTORS- 



J. C. PARSONS, F. H. HARRIS, N. A. LEONARD, 

TIMOTHY MERRICK, J. S. McELWAIN, HIRAM SMITH, 

CHAS. B. PRESCOTT, LEMUEL SEARS, C. A. COVELL, 

FREDERICK HARRIS, EDWARD C. TAFT, H. A. GOULD. 

Home National Bank, 

239 HIGH STREET. 

Incorporated Feb. 1884. Banking Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. 

CAPITAL STOCK, $250,000, RESERVE PROFITS, $10,000, 



President, Cashier, 

JAMES H. NEWTON. EDWIN L. MUNN. 



DIRECTORS: 



JAMES H. NEWTON, EDWIN L. MUNN, ANDERSON ALLYN. 

DANIEL H. NEWTON, EDWARD C. ROGERS, JOHN C. NEWTON, 

JOSEPHUS CRAFTS, JOHN DELANEY, MOSES NEWTON, 

JAMES RAMAGE, GEORGE A. CLARK, GEO. W. MILLAR, 

FREDERICK TAYLOR, HERMAN STURSBERG, JR. J. H. FRASER. 
45 



354 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

Hadley * Falls ^ National I Bank, 

Dwight, Corner Main Street. 

• INCORPORATED 1851. RE-ORGANIZED 1865. 

CAPITAL, $200,000, SURPLUS, $135,000 



President, 




Cashier, 


CHARLES W. 


RANLET, 


H. P. TERRY. 






DIRECTORS: 




CHAS. W. RANLET, 




WILLIAM SKINNER, 


SPENCER A. WHITE, 


BROUGHTON ALVORD, 




WM. A. CHASE, 


EDWIN H. BALL. 


JONAS KENDALL, 




WILLIAM NASH, 


CHAS. B. PRESCOTT. 



HOLYOKE 

City Director) Office, 



182 HIGH STREET, 



Directories of the Principal Cities of the United States 

and Canada on File for the Accommodation 

of our Patrons and the Public. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



355 



HOLYOKE SAVINGS BANK 

199 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



Business Hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. On Wednesday and Satur- 
day Evenings from 1 to 8 o'clock. 

OFFICERS: 

GEO. W. PRENTISS, Pres. W. B. C. PEARSONS, Sec'y. R. B. JOHNSON, Treas. 



C. H. HEYWOOD, 



LEVI PERKINS, ' 
L. A. TABER, 
A. L. SHUMWAY, 
J. F. ALLYN, 
ROBERT RUSSELL, 



VICE-PRESIDENTS: 

WM. GROVER, 

TRUSTEES: 

WM. WHITING, 
W. S. LOOMIS, 
A. HIGGINBOTTOM, 
J. E. DELANEY. 
E. J. POMEROY, 



ANDERSON ALLYN. 



vR. M. FAIRFIELD, 
C. H. PRENTISS, 
C. H. SMITH, 
L. M. TUTTLE, 
M. H. WHITCOMB. 



Deposits received from One to One Thousand Dollars, and put on interest on the first busi- 
ness day of each month, but no interest will be paid on deposits of less than three months' 
standing. 

2EIP°Regular dividends are paid in January and July. 

MECHANICS SAYINGS BANK. 



13 Dwight St,, Holyoke House Block, 



Business Hours, 9 a, m. to 1& m., 1 to 4 p, m, Wed- 
nesday and Saturday Eve'gs 6 to 8 o 9 clock, 

PRESIDENT, JAMES H. NEWTON. 



B. C. BRAINARD, 



J. H. NEWTON. 
J. C. PARSONS, 
B. C. BRAINARD, 
J. S. WEBBER, 
JOHN O'DONNELL, 
D. H. NEWTON, 



VICE-PRESIDENTS: 

D. H. NEWTON, 

TRUSTEES: 

H. SMITH, 
J. S. McELWAIN, 
JAMES RAMAGE, 
LEMUEL SEARS, 
TIMOTHY MERRICK, 



ROSWELL P. CRAFTS. 



R. P. CRAFTS, 
JAMES DOYLE, 
E. C. TAFT, 
H. P. TERRY. 
E. W. CHAPIN, 
C. O'LEARY. 



E. W. CHAPIN, Sec'y. 



C. B. PRESCOTT, Treas. 



Deposits received from One to One Thousand Dollars, and put on interest on the first business 
day of every month, but no interest will be paid on deposits of less than three months' standing. 
II^^Regular dividends the first days of May and November. 



356 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Incorporated January 31, 1859. 



olyoke Water Power Co 




HOLYOKE, MASS., 



Proprietors of 



CITY GAS WORKS 



House, Store, and Mill Lots for Sale or to Lease, 



ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. 



OFFICE, ILTo- 1 Canal Street, 



GEORGE M. BARTHOLOMEW, President, 
W. A. CHASE, Treasurer, 



HARTFORD, CONN. 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



PARSONS PAPER COMPACT, 



HOLYOKE, 



MASS. 




ONE MILL MANUFACTURES White and Tinted 
Writing, Envelope Tapers, and Bristol Boaras oj 
every description* 

MT TOM MILL MANUFACTURES Bank Note, 
Bond and Ledger Papers of the first qualtty. 
PRODUCT, TEN TONS PER BAY. 




J. C. PARSONS, Agent. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 359 



ALBION PAPER CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Machine and Super-Calendered 



Book Paper 



ENGINE-SIZED PLAT PAPER, 



HO L YOKE, MASS. 



EDWARD C. TAFT, - - TREASURER. 



360 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Organized in 1857 with a Daily Capacity of 1 Ton, 

Present Daily Capacity 7 Tons of Superior 

Animal-Sized and Loft-Dried 

Writing Papers. 




Our American Linen and Bankers' Parchment Papers 
received a Gold Medal and Diploma at the Paris Ex- 
hibition of 1878, being as high an award as given any 
American Paper Manufacturer. 

Any Weight and Size of Paper Made to Order. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 361 



NONOTIICK PAPER CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



FLflT. -OTD* ENVELOPE 



PAPERS 



Colored Mediums, Specialties, 



■AND- 



Machine and Super-Galendered Book Papers. 



HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



J. S. McELWAIN, Agent. WM. H. HEYWOOD, Treasurer. 

HENRY E. McELWAIN, Secretary. 



362 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WINONA PAPER GO. 



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-MANUFACTURERS OF 



PLAT AND RULED PAPERS, 



EMTEIOPB PAPEH 



•AND- 



Super-Calendered Book Papers, 



WHITE AND TINTED. 



HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



R. M. PULSIFER, Boston, President. 

B. F. HOSFORD, Holyoke, Treasurer and Manager. 
J. F. MARSHALL, Superintendent, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 363 



ickinson m Clark Paper Go., 




MANUFACTURERS OF- 



WHITE AND TINTED 



Machine Finished 



Super-Calendered Book 



-AND- 



ENGINE-SIZED FLAT PAPERS, 



HOLYOKE, ■ MASS. 



GEO. R. DICKINSON. JOHN E. CLARK, Treasurer. 



364 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



UNION PAPER MFG. CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



FIRST-CLASS ANIMAL-SIZED 

LOFT DRIED PAPER, 



—*-+ 62*53- 



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BRISTOL BOARD, ETC. 



HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



H. DICKINSON, Agent and Treasurer. 

E. DICKINSON, Commercial Agent 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 365 



CROCKER MFG. CO., 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



FLAT WRITINGS, 

Colored Mediums, 

PATENT TICKET PAPERS, 



Glazed Hardware, 



Poster Papers and Specialties. 



HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



D. P. CROCKER, Treasurer and Agent. 



366 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



MASSASOIT PAPER MFC. CO., 



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-MANUFACTURERS OF 



FIRST-CLASS 






LGDGGR+PAPGR& 









BRISTOL BOARDS, 

NO. 1 RULED AID FLAT GOODS, 



AND THE BEST BRANDS OF 



LINEN PAPERS. 



MILLS AT HOLYOKE. 

E. C. ROGERS, Agent and Treasurer. 





Office, Bigelow Street, near Dwight Street. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 367 



k idley paper co„ 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



©OK and ENVELOPE 



PAPERS. 



ALSO ENGINE SIZED 



Flat and Ruled Writings 



Second Level Canal, opp. Canal St., 
HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



WM. WHITING, President GEO. E. DUDLEY, Treasurer. 

W. E. SYMS, Manager of Mill. 



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368 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



EXCELSIOR PAPER CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Machine Finish 



BOOK 



PAPERS. 



Third Level Canal, near Overflow, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 

D. M. DICKINSON, Treasurer. 



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GEORGE R: DICKINSON PAPER CO., 



■MANUFACTURERS OP 



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ENGINE-SIZED FLAT PAPERS, 

Mill and Office, First Level Canal, Sargeant St. near Race St. 

HOLYOKE, • MASS. 



GEORGE R. DICKINSON, President and Treasurer. 

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370 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



VALLEY PAPER COMPANY, 



HOLYOKE, MASS., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Loft Dried Flat and Folded 

Writing Papers 



AND- 



BRISTOL BOARDS. 



I^ed^ef r kpei$ kqd I<i:qer| r k<pef$ 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



Product, Six Tons Per Day, 



A. W. ESLEECK, Agent and Treasurer. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



371 



Hampshire PaperCo., 



SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 




HAMPSHIRE PAPER COMPANY. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

First-Class Flat and Ruled 

In All Weights and Sizes. 

SPECIALTIES: 

White and Tinted Bristols, White and Cream Laid 
Flat and Folded Papers. 



J. H. SOUTHWORTH, President. 



C. H. SOUTHWORTH, Treasurer. 



372 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



CAREW MFG. CO., 

Fine Writing Papers 



SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 




Established 1848. 



Re-built 1873. 



J. C. PARSONS, President. 

CHARLES W. GARDNER, Agent and Treasurer. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 373 



FRANKLIN PAPER CO., 



-MANUFACTURERS OF 



Engine-Sized, Envelope 



AND- 



FLAT WRITING PAPERS 

IN ALL COLOBS. 



James H. Newton, Pres. John Ramage, Vice Pres. and Supt. 
F. H. Chamberlin, Sec'y and Treas. 



WADRECAH PAPER CO,, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Superfine Book, Envelope 

AND 



ENGINE-SIZED WRITING PAPERS, 

White and Tinted. 
HOLYOKJE, - - MASS. 



James H. Newton, Pres. and Treas. Alexander Paul, Sup't. 

T. Henry Spencer, Office Manager. 



374 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

J^s. D. Whitmohb, Pres. F. D. Heywood, Treas. 

WHITMORE MFC. COMPANY, 

JELOLYOKE, MASS., 



■MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Fine Colored, We Plated and Gbromo 
PAPERS, 

In all weights and sizes, especially prepared for Steam Litho- 
graphic Press Work. 



Enameled Covers for Catalogues and Pamphlets, in 

all Tints and Colors. Also, Enameled and Glazed 

Papers, for Box Trimmings, Coverings, etc. 

CARD BOARD OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

Best Quality of Pasted Wedding Bristols, White and Cream, 2, 3, 4, 

6 and 8 ply; Translucent Bristol Regulir and Duplex, in 

many delicate tints, for copper and steel plate, 

and steam lithographic press work. 

Bristol Blanks, Tinted Mounts, Tag Card, Band Card, White 

and Colored Chinas, Railroad, Tough Check, Show 

Cards, Ivorys, Satins, Etc. 

All Card Board made the regular size (22x28) unless otherwise directed. 

All orders should be addressed to 

WHITMORE MANUFACTURING CO., HOLTOKE, MASS., 

And will receive prompt attention. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



375 



Jas. T. Abbe, Pres. 



Geo. N. Tyner, Treas. 



HOLYOKE ENVELOPE COMPANY, 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



Envelopes and Papeteries 

MILL OIV CABOT STREET, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

NATIONAL PAPER COMPANY, 



GEO. NIGHTINGALE, Prop'r. 



STORAGE WAREHOUSE. 






Dealers in Paper, Gotton and Woolen Rags. 

24 MAIN ST., HOLYOKE, MASS. 



OFTaper Stock Sold on Commission. 



376 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



J. K. Judd. W. S. Stedm/ 

JUDD PAPER COMPANY, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS., 

Manufacturers' Agents in 

PAPER 



AND- 



PAPER MAKERS' SUPPLIES. 

Office, 6 Dvright Street, Holyoke. 

M. C. BROWNE, 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

SEALING WAX. 

A First-Class Article for Paper Manufacturers 9 
Use a Specialty. 

Office, Room 14, Water Power Building, near Cabot St., 
Over Buchanan & Bolt's Wire Works, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 




ESTABLISHED 1842. 



BIGELOff WIRE WORKS, 




For Manufacturing 

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Other Purposes. 



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For Poultry Yards, 

Trellises, Etc. 




CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. 

Office and Factory, - Taylor Street, 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 377 

WORTHINGTON PAPER GOMPANY, 

Jobbers in and Manufacturers' Agents for all kinds of 

Writing, Book and Wrapping 

WRAPPING AND HARDWARE PAPERS FOR MANU- 
FACTURERS' USE A SPECIALTY. 

Headquarters for Mill Supplies. 

Rosin, Vitrol, Starch, Sal Soda, Copperas, Oils, Rubber, Cotton and 
Leather Belting, Dryer Felts, &c. 

A full assortment of all supplies used by manufacturers. 

1 and 4 Dwight Street, Holyoke. 

AMERICAN PAD CO. 



Manufacturers of all kinds of 



oOPAPER PADS,t* 

Animal Sized Loft Dried and 

MANILLA PAPERS 



58 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

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378 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



NATIONAL BLANK BOOK CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 



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BLANK B OOKS! 



AT WHOLESALE ONLY.- 



Salesrooms, 66 and 68 Duane St,, New York. 



MANUFACTORY, WATER POWER CO'S CABOT STREET MILL, 
HOLYOKE, ■ MASS. 



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THOMAS A. MOLE, Pres. ROSWELL M. FAIRFIELD, Treas. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 379 

FARR ALPACA CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Alpacas 



Serges 



AND 



WORSTED DRESS GOODS. 



Bigelow St., near Appleton, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

JOSEPH METCALF, Treasurer. H. M. FARR, Agent. 



380 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



LYMAN MttlS t 



-MANUFACTURERS OP- 





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HEAVY DOMESTICS 




Lawns, Organdies, 



And other Fine Fabrics. 



MILL OFFICE, 74 FRONT STREET, 



H0LY0KE, • MASS. 



GEORGE H. HILLS, Agent. THEOP. PARSONS, Treas., Boston. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 881 



Glasgow Company, 



•MANUFACTURERS OF- 



«£=» ■ fe > T5£T ^ > » r=» 



DRESS GOODS, 



•AND- 



(JOTTOn YARDS, 



JVo*. £0 to 30, 



SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 



G. M. ATWATER, Treasurer. B. C. BRAINARD, Agent. 






382 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



BEEBE. WEBBER & CO. 



+W00UN+ 

MANUFACTURERS, 



639 MAIN STREET, 



HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 383 



GERMANIA MILLS, 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



BEAVERS, 

OVERCOATINGS 



-ALSO- 



FINE SUITINGS. 



HOLYOKE, MASS. 



AGENT, - - - - - HERMAN STURSBERG, JR 

PRESIDENT, S. COLMAN 

TREASURER, HERMAN STURSBERG 

SUPERINTENDENT, - - LOUIS BUME 

SECRETARY, WM. MAUER 



t384 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Connor Brothers, 






MANUFACTURERS OF 



CASSIMERES, 



Woolen Shoddies, 



Flocks and Extracts, 



DEALERS IN- 



Woolen Waste, Dig, Shear Fleets, Etc , 



Cabot St. cor. Bigelow, and 649 Main St., 



HOLYOKE, • MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 385 



Chadwick & Chadwick, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



-IMITATION 



SEALSKINS 

Polarians, Astrachans, 
PLUSHES AND MATELASSES, 



West Wing Water Power Co's Cabot St. Mill, 



HOLYOKE, • MASS., 



DAY CHADWICK. JOHN CHADWICK. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



HAMPDEN GOTTOI MILLS, 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



DUCK 



-AND- 



DENIMS. 



Lyman Street, Corner First Level Canal 



HO L YOKE, 



MASS. 



EDWARD S. BRADFORD, Treasurer. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



387 



DONALD MACKINTOSH. 



CHAS. E. MACKINTOSH. 



D. MACKINTOSH k SOU. 




AND DEALERS IN 




Fine Long Stapled Carded Cottons in White 
and Colors a Specialty, 



Also Bleached CardedllCottons for Fine Hoisery Trade. 



BIGELOW STREET, 

HOLYOKE, - - MASS 



388 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



HADLEY COMPANY, 

HOLYOKE, MASS., 

WILLIAM GROYER, Agent. 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Persian, Swiss finish. 



AND- 



HOLYOKE THREE-CORD SOFT ENAMELED 

SPOOL COTTONS, 



-AND- 



Shoe Threads in Black, White and Colors. 



FINE YARNS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, 

Single, Two and Three Ply, or More. 

Harness and Seine Twine, Seaming Gord, &c. 

ARTHUR T. LYMAN , Treasurer, 

18 Summer St., Boston, Mass. 



NEW YORK OFFICE, 53 Leonard St. 

PHILADELPHIA OFFICE, 215 Church St. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 389 



MERRICK THREAD CO., 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



BEST THREE AND SIX CORD 

SPOOL COTTON. 

Put up on 200 yards spools for family use, and on 500, 1200 and 2400 yards 

spools for manufacturers' use. Also Sole Licensees 

and Manufacturers of the 

PATEIT READY-WODND BOBBINS, 

FOR SEWING MACHINE SHUTTLES. 

They are Wooden Bobbins, filled with thread, all ready to put into the 
shuttle, and as perfectly wound as an ordinary spool, giving a more perfect 
tension and better work than the ordinary iron bobbin filled by the operator. 



The above is a cut showing the bobbins as they are put up for family use in 
boxes, the bobbins in each box holding in the aggregate 200 yards of thread, 
corresponding in quantity to an ordinary spool. For manufacturers' use they 
are put up in boxes containing one gross each. 



AGENTS: 

H. F. PALMER, 23 and 25 Thomas Street, - New York 

A. W. BARR, 276 Devonshire Street, ------ Boston 

F. S. HOVEY, 248 Chestnut Street, ----- Philadelphia 

E. A. STILL, 205 Fifth Avenue, ------- Chicago 



L. R. HOPKINS, President, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

TIMOTHY MERRICK, Treasurer, Holyoke. 

C. W. RIDER, Secretary and Paymaster. 

J. M. DUNHAM, Superintendent. 



390 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



UNQUOMOM SILK MILLS 



WM. SKINNER & SON, Proprietors, 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Satin ♦ Sleeve ♦ Linings, 

<ISILK SERGES,^ 

Mohair Braids, Silk Braids, Sewing Silks 
and Machine Twist. 



MILLS, 18 APPLETON STREET, CORNER BIGELOW, 

HOLYOKE, ■ MASS. 



508 Broadway, N. T. 144 5th Ave., Chicago. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 391 



HOLYOKE BONE CO 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Bone Offklely Handles, Scales, k„ 



AND IMPORTERS OF 



STAG X HANDLES AND SCALES. 

H. S. SAFFORD, Superintendent. 



Works First Level Canal, cor. Front and Sargeant Sts, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

Massachusetts Screw Co., 



-MANUFACTURERS OF 



Gimlet Pointed Flat Head Iron 

WOOD SCREWS. 

Superior in Quality and Finish to any 
in the Market. 

Cor. Cabot and Bigelow Sts., HOLYOKE, MASS. 

D. H. Newton, President. 
J. C. Newton, Treasurer. Dwight Goddard, Superintendent. 



392 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



G. W. PRENTISS & CO., 






■MANUFACTURERS OF- 



IRON WIRE. 



SIEMENS-MARTIN AND BESSEMER 

Bright, Coppered, Annealed and Tin-Plated. 

ALSO 

GUN SCREW WIRE OF ALL SIZES 

Straightened and Cut to Order. 



SPRING AND SOFT MACHINERY WIRE A SPECIALTY. 



Office, - 29 D wight Street, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



393 



HENRY SEYMOUR CUTLERY COMPANY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




SHEARS AND SCISSORS 

OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. 





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Over 150 kinds and 
sizes, with Nickel Plated 
Handles and Blades, 
Maroon and Black Jap- 
anned Handles. 

They are the most durable, 
every pair warranted. 

Sold by all reliable dealers 
everywhere. 



SALESROOM, 

84 and 86 Chambers St., N.Y, 

MANUFACTORY, 

1 0Appleton St,Holyoke", Mass, 



HENRY SEYMOUR, President. 

ROBERT H. SEYMOUR, Sec'y and Treas, 

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394 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



B. F. NICHOLS, 

MANUFACTURER OF i 

*>w* <0«1* ftelt £&g* 

Loom Strapping, Packings and Lace Leather. 
Belt Repairing, Pulleys Covered, Roll Covering, etc. 

SA1ISF ACTION GUARANTEED. 

PROMPTNESS AND LOW PRICES. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS. 

Water Power Co's Cabot St. Mill, Holyoke, Mass. 

Frost, Davis & Co., 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 




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Paper Mill Engine Bar for Wood and Iron Rolls, 

Mag Cutter, Straw Cutter and 

Trimming Knives. 

Repairing Neatly and Promptly Executed. 



Mosher Building, Solyoke, Mass. ' 



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395 



TOTTLE RUBBER WORKS, 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Jenkins & Prink's Pump Valves, 

WASHERS, PACKING, ETC. 

Also, Solid Rubber Sponge and Croquet Balls, Hard 

and Soft Mubber Pump Valves, Gaskets, 

Packings, Shaft Rubbers, and 

CLARK'S PATENT WRINGER ROLLERS AND WHEELS. 

J. H. TUTTLE, Proprietor, 

CHARLES A. TUTTLE, Superintendent. 

BIGELOVV ST., BETWEEN CABOT and APPLETON, 

HOLYOKB, MASS. 

JOHN HEINRITZ, Successor to 
Holyoke Woven Wire Mattress Co., 



-Manufacturer of the Celebrated- 



WOVEN WIRE MATTRESS 




Factory -120 and 122 Front St,, Holyoke, Mass., Office 401 Main St, 



396 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

S. .EL CELA.SIC, 

TOP ROLL COVERER, 

BELT REPAIRER and PULLEYS COVERED. 

Work done in a superior and satisfactory manner. 
Lyman Mills. HOLYOKE, MASS. P. 0. Box 368. 

Storage Warehouse, 

66- 72 CRESCENT STREET, 
On Track of Conn. River Railroad, Holyoke, Mass.* 

A. H. FEBR7, 

LUCIUS HARLOW, 

MILLWRIGHT AND PATTERN MAKER. 



-MANUFACTURER OF- 



CALENDER PAPER FEEDING MACHINES. 

Shop, First Level Canal, between Appleton and Cabot Sts., 
HOLYOKE, - - MASS. 

W. H. ABBOTT, 

Soap Manufacturer, 

Howard St., near West Hampden, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 397 



STORAGE WAREHOUSE. 



Manufactured Paper, Paper Stock, Furniture, and all 
Kinds of Storage. 

On Track of N. H. & N. R. R., Cabot St., Holyoke, Mass. 

A. E. HEMPHILL. 

J. I*. INGHAM, 

PRACTICAL WOOD TURNER. 

Columns, Warp Beams, Bobbins, Shells and Iron 
Gudgeon Bolls. Mill Work a Specialty. 

Telephone No. 22. Lock Box 298. 

FIRST LEVEL CANAL, BETWEEN APPLETON AND CABOT STREETS, 

HOLYOKE, MASS., 

R. H. Hill Machine Agency, 

AGENTS FOR 

NEW fl/IYEN JsiF6. C@. TO6I& 

Westinghouse Automatic Engines Boilers, Etc. 



-ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF- 



M. H. Hill's Patent Hercules Friction Clutches and 

Pulleys, Also, Safety Elevators, Shafting, 

Pulleys, Gearing, and General 

Machine Work. 

Shop, First Level Canal, between Appleton and Cabot Streets, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



398 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

E. WHITAKER, 

Manufacturer of Every Description of 

LOOM and DRESSER REEDS 



MAKE A SPECIALTY OF REEDS FOB WE A VING 
FOURIHtlNIEIt WIRE CLOTH. 



Bowers & Mosher's Building, opp. H. & W. R. R. Depot, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 

Holyoke File Works, 

BOZENHARD & FOERSTER, Proprietors. 




MANUFACTURERS OF HAND-CUT FILES. 



Works opp. H. & W. R. M. Depot, Holyoke, Mass. 

A-ll kinds of Eiles Furnished to Order. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 399 



CITY FOUNDRY, 

MUNN & BAUSH, Proprietors, 

FOUNDERSZ^MAGH I NISTS. 

Iron Castings of all Descriptions, 

GEARS, PULLEYS, COUPLINGS and HANGERS, 



And all Kinds of Mill Work, Store Fronts, 
Columns, etc., etc. 



-SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE- 



-American firafe Bar, 

Patterns of all Descriptions Made to Order 
in a Workmanlike Manner. 

Also Manufacturers of 

WOOLEN FI1TISHHTC MACSX1TEB.7. 

All work entrusted to us will rect ive prompt and careful attention. 

MUNN &. BAUSH, Holyoke, Mass, 



400 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 401 



JOHN C. SMITH, 

MACHINIST 



-AND- 



General Jobber, 

Paper Mill Work and Repairing a Specialty. 



MANUFACTURER OF- 



SHAFTI NG, 

GEARING, PULLEYS, HANGERS, 



-AND 



POWER BOILER PUMPS. 

JORDAN ENGINES REFILLED. 



Also Manufacturer of Stock Cars, Paper Trucks, Felt and Sponge 

Washers, Resin Grinders,Felt and Jacket Stretchers, Couch Rolls, 

Press and Size Rolls, White Wood and Iron Pipe Rolls, 

Dolly Rolls, &c. Mortise Gears Cogged. Bolt Making 

of all descriptions promptly attended to. 

Patterns Made and Castings Furnished in Iron, Brass or Composition. 
Estimates always cheerfully given upon application. 



Shops, Bigelow Street, and Race Street corner of Cross, 

H0LY0KE, - MASS. 



402 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Holyoke Machine Co., 



MANUFACTURERS OF THE 



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Holyoke Crate Bar. 



Paper Machinery and Gearing a Specialty. 



517 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 403 



J. I W. JOLLY, 

MACHINISTS, 

BLACKSMITHS, 



-AND- 



GENERAL JOBBERS. 



■MANUFACTURERS OF- 



Mag Dusters, Screens and Vats, Safety Elevators, 

Power Boiler Pumps, Stock Cars, Paper Trucks, 

and also BusselVs Patent Sand Washers. 

Jordan Engines Befitted, and Paper Mill 

Repairs a Specialty. 



IRON and BRASS CASTINGS FURNISHED to ORDER. 



Bolts and Set Screws Constantly on Hand. Iron and 
Steel Forging. Model and Pattern Making. 

All Orders by Telephone Promptly Filled. 



Shop First Level Canal, between Appleton and Cabot Sts., 

H0LY0KE, ■ MASS. 



404 ADVERTISINC'DEPARTMENT. 



B. F. PERKINS, 



MACHINIST 



REPAIRS AND BUILDS ALL KINDS OF 



LIGHT MADHINERY. 



Particular Attention Given to Repairing Paper Machinery. 



CABOT STREET MILL, (EAST WING,) 



HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



405 



BUTTRICK & FLANDERS, 

And Manufacturers of 

SPINDLES, BOLSTERS, STEPS, 



AND SHELL I^OLLS. 



First Level Canal, Between Appleton and Cabot Streets, 



H0LY0KE, 



C. a., BUTTRICK. 



MASS. 

T. B. FLANDERS. 



SAMUEL SNBIri, 



-Manufacturer of the Celebrated- 




I Klary Patent Paper Mill Drainer Bottoms, 



-AND- 



WEBBER'S PATENT FULLING ROLLS, 

Manufactory near C. R. R. R. Track, 
South of Appleton street, Holyoke, Mass, 



406 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



J. RUSSELL & CO., 



DEALERS IN 



HARDWARE, 

Mill Supplies, Agricultural Implements, 




Stubb's Files, Tools and Steel; Disston's Saws, Bailey Planes, Stratton 

Levels, Coe's Wrenches, Ames Shovels, Clinton Wire Cloth, 

Smith & Wesson Revolvers, Brown's Weather 

Strip, Window Glass and Putty. 

AGENTS FOR 

Fairbank's Scales, National Mixed Paint, Barb 

Fence Wire, Weston Chain Pulley Blocks, 

Harrington's Chain Pulley Blocks. 

23 Holyoke House Block and 23 Race Street, 
H0LY0KE, - MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 407 



J. H. WYLIE, JR. E. A. PERKINS. 

J. H. WYLIE, JR. & CO., 



DEALERS IN- 



Builders'^ and ^ Blacksmiths 






VO ill > 




HARDWARE, 

Iran and Steel. 



MANUFACTURERS* SUPPLIES, 

Carpenters' Tools, 
MACHINISTS' TOOLS, DRAUGHTING TOOLS, 

Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, Razors, Etc. Agricultural Im- 
plements, Grass Seeds, Grindstones, Cordage, Etc. 



NO. 7 DWIGHT STREET, CORNER OP MAIN, 

H0LY0KE MASS. 



408 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



C.tE.f RUSSELL, 






Formerly of J. Russell &, Co., 
DEALER IN 



Hardware and Cutlery, 

MILL SUPPLIES, 
* AGRICULTURAL * IMPLEMENTS,^ ETC. * 



245 HIGH STREET, OPPOSITE CI IT HALL, 
HOLYOKE, - MASS. 

H. II. JDHNSDN, 

WHOLESALE LUMBER DEALER. 

LUMBER BY THE CAR LOAD. 

Office, 6 Dwight Street, - - HOLYOKE, MASS. 

PRICE, LEE & COS 

New England Railway Guide, 

CONTAINING OFFICIAL TIME TABLES OF ALL 
RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 

OFFICE, 713 CHAPEL ST., NEW HA YEN, CONN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 409 

comnegticuTriver 

Lumber Company, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



LATH, SHINGLES, CLAPBOARDS, 

Spruce Lumber, 



■AND- 



SPRUCE PILES 



MILLS AT HARTFORD, CT., HOLYOKE, MASS. 

MT. TOM, MASS. 



HOLYOKE OFFICE, 149 HAMPDEN ST. 



J. C. Lewis, Agent. T. W. Pearsall, Treasurer. 



410 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



E. CHASE & SON 






1BER MERCHANTS. 



A FULL STOCK OF 



SEASONED LUMBER 

Constantly on Hand. 



Particular Attention Given to* Furnishing 



DIMENSION TIMBER 



•OF- 



PINE SPRUCE OR HEMLOCK. 



210 Main Street, 



HOLYOKE 



MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



411 



MERRICK LUMBER CO., 

Lumber n^epchanfs. 





CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 

Dealers in all kinds of Pine Lumber, Spruce, 
Chestnut, Oak, Ash, Cherry, White Wood, Black- 
Walnut, Southern Pine 
Timber and Flooring, also 
Spruce Flooring, Shingles, 
Lath and Pickets. A Spec- 
ialty made of 6 inch Stock 
Shingles. Planing, Match- 
ing, . Sawing, Turning, 
Band and Jig Sawing done 

to order. With the latest improved machinery 
we have facilities for getting out house and store finish of every des- 
cription. Doors, Sash, Blinds and Mouldings made from kiln-dried 
lumber always on hand. Stuff Chests, Water Tanks, Dye Tubs, 
Window and Door Frames made to order. 

Stair-Railing, Newels and Balusters on hand and made to order. Estimates given 

for Stairs or Railing of every description. We keep in stock kiln-dried 

Pine, Ash and Black- Walnut. We have one of Boult's Carving 

Paneling, Molding and Dovetailing Machines, and are 

prepared to do all kinds of work in that line. 

Call and examine our stock and get 

prices before purchasing 

elsewhere. 

YARD, PLANING MIIX AND OFFICE, APPUETON STREET, NEAR 
C. R. R. R. FREIGHT HOUSE, HOLTOKE, MASS. 




EDWIN BRADLEY, Treasurer. 



TIMOTHY MERRICK, President, 



412 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WATSDN ELY & SDN, 



DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 



LUMBER 



SOUTHERN PINE A SPECIALTY 




Stuff Chests, Water Tanks, Dye 

Tubs, Window and Door 

Frames made to 

Order. 



DOORS, MOULDINGS, ETC, ETC, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 



Lumber Yard, Planing Mill and Office, 122 Front St. 
aOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 413 



CASPER RANGER, 



Contractor and Builder. 



DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 



LUMBER, 

Pine, Spruce, Chestnut, Oak, Ash, Cherry, White 

Wood, Black Walnut, Southern Pine Timber 

and Flooring, Laths and Pickets. 



MANUFACTURER OF 



Staff Clests, ffateMMs, Dye Tubs. 

Planing, Matching, Sawing, Turning, Band and 
Jig Sawing done to order. 

With the latest improved machinery I have facilities for getting out house and 

store finish of every description. Doors, Sash, Blinds and Mouldings 

made from kiln-dried lumber always on hand. Stair 

Railings, Newels and Balusters made to 

order. Stair building done 

at short notice. 

Call and examine stock and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. 

ESTIMATES PROMPTLY GIVEN ON AIX KINDS OP BUILDINGS. 



LUMBER YARD, PLANING MILL AND OFFICE, 10 BOND 
STREET, CORNER APPLETON. 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 



414 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



H. C. CARRIfiGTOM CO, 

Steam Heating, 



GAS FITTING AND PLUMBING, 



AND DEALI.RS IN 



ALL SUPPLIES PERTAINING} TO THESE TRADES. 



LOW -PRESSURE STEAM HEATING 



A SPECIALTY. 



-4-FIRE EXTINGUISHING APPARATUS.-*- 

Work Respectfully Solicited and Satisfaction 
Guaranteed. Telephone Orders 
Promptly attended to. 

Nos. 9 Main and 4 Race Streets. 

HO L YOKE, MASS. 

H. C. Carrington. P. J. Donnelly. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 415 



THOMAS F. KEGAN, 



DEALER IN 



PLAIN, GALVANIZED AND ENAMELED 

Wrought Iron Pipe. 



Steam and Gas FiWincjs 

Of Every Description. 



STEAM HEATING 



IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



Sprinkling Pipes for Extinpisliiog Fires 



Orders by Telephone promptly attended to. 



14 APPLETON ST., HOLYOKE, MASS 



416 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



T. R KILBRIDE, 

Steam id Cas Fitting 



IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. 



^Dealer in Wrought Iron Pipe)* 

FOR STEAM, GAS AND WATER, 

PLAIN, GALVANIZED AND ENAMELED. 

Brass Pipe, Yalves and Fittings of all Descriptions. 

Low Pressure Steam Heating Apparatus, etc. 

Work Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

9 APPLBTON Street, - HOLYOKE, Mass. 

*H0LY0S HERALD* 



66 Main Street. 

Om.e Dollar a, Tear. 

Has a Large Circulation in Holyoke and 

Surrounding- Country. 

i 
The Herald Job Department is well-equipped for 
all kinds of Printing and Blocked Sta- 
tionery Manufacturing. 

HERALD PUBLISHING CO,, Proprietors. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



417 



A. M. 5HEFARDSDN, 




Practical Tinner and Plumber. 

Dealer in Hot Air Furnaces, Steam House Heaters, Gas 
Fixtures, Tinners' and Plumbers' Supplies. 

MILL WOKK A SPECIALTY. 

171 Main Street, - - HOLYOKE, MASS. 

KELLY & WESELY, 

DEALERS IN 

Stoves and Ranges. 




Plumbing, Gas Fitting, Roofing, Tin, Sheet Iron and Copper 
Work done to order. Mill Work a Specialty. 

510 Main Street, - Holyoke, Mass. 

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418 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



KENNEDY & SULLIVAN, 



DEALERS IN- 







FT7RXTACES, ETC. 

SOLE AGENT FOB THE ANTONY FURNACES. 

Also, Tinning, Plumbing and Gas Fitting 
Done Promptly to Order. 

75 MAIN STREET, - HOLYOKE, MASS. 

R. F. KENNEDY. J. J. SULLIVAN. 

B. T. Lyman & Son, 

Dealers in the best stock of 

Stoves, Ranges ^ Furnaces 

TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY. 



We invite attention to our CRAWFORD, WINTHROP, RICHMOND, BAY 
STATE B, and other cheaper grades. The Century, Ideal and Splendid. 

Special attention given to Plumbing, Sheet Iron, Tin and Copper Work. 
Mantles and Gas Fixtures in Stock. Don't fail to 2'ive us a call. 



S. T. LYMAN & SON, 



141 Main Street, 



Holyoke, Mass* 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 419 



THOMAS CONNOR, 



DEALER IN- 



Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces and Refrigerators. 

Plumbing and Gas Fitting, Tin and Copper Roofing 
Promptly Attended to. 

All Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction. 




Manufacturer of Galvanized Iron Cornices, Dormer 

Windows, Metallic Skylights, Window Caps and 

Finials in Galvanized Iron or Copper. 

Gutters and Conductors of Galvanized Iron or Copper Made to Order. 
Plans and Estimates Furnished on Application. 

144 Sigh Street, Holyoke, Mass. 




FRANK OCTO & CO. 



DEALEHS IN 



STOVES, RANGES, 

Tin Ware, Wooden Ware, 

CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE, 
FEATHERS, CARPETS, and 
HOUSEHOLD FURNI- 
TURE of all DES- 
CRIPTIONS. 

67 TO 71 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



420 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Fenton & Dunn, 



MANUFACTURERS OF FINE 



CARRIAGES AND WAGONS 




84 to 96 Walnut, and 96 Hampden Streets, 

MOLYOKE, MASS. 



Also keep on hand a large assortment'of 

New and SeGond-Hand ferriages & Wagons 

Special Attention Given to Carriage 
Repairing and Painting. 

CARRIAGES A2TD WAGONS 



Made to Order and Warranted. 



J. J. FENTON. 



M. J. DUNN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 421 



"Le Defenseur. 



## 



Seul Journal hebdomadaire Francais dans la ville de Holyoke. 

Le meilleur moyer d' avoir la practique des Canadiens 
Francais est d'annoucex dans Le Defenseur. 
Pour prix, &c, addressez vous a 

ROY FRERES, 

291 Rue Main, Holyoke, Mass. 

"Le Defenseup." 

THE OWLT FRENCH WEEKLY IN HOLYOKE. 

The best Advertising Medium to reach the French Trade. 
Prices on application to 

ROY BROTHERS, 

291 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass 

H]ps. Blaster J| Son, 



E 



A Full Stock of Coffins, Caskets, Shrouds, Habits, 
Robes, etc., Constantly on Hand. 

0&° Carriages furnished when desired. 

137 MAPLE STREET, - - HOLYOKE, MASS. 

Residence, 20 Maple Street. 



422 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



INSURANCE 



JOHN B.MUNN, Insuranceand Real Estate Agent. 

Manufactories, Buildings, Household Furniture and Personal Property of 

all kinds Insured against Fire at reasonable rates, 

in the following Reliable Companies: 

London Assurance Corporation, London, 

Orient Insurance Copipany, Hartford. 
Merchants of Newark, JN~. J. 

JPhenix Insurance Co., New York. 

Tenements Rented and Rents Collected. 

J. B. MUNN, - Office at Mechanics Savings Bank, 

Holyoke House Block, Holyoke, Mass. 

<AK G. MAGNA,I> 
Fire and Accident Insurance, 

AND 

General Railroad and Steamship Ticket Agency. 

OFFICE, 31 DWIGHT STREET, - HOLYOKE, MASS. 

Transcript Publishing Co., 



Printers of all kinds of 



Manufacturers' and Mercantile Work, 

Beautiful Ball Programmes, Showy Posters, Etc. 
NO. 182 HIGH STREET, - - - HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



423 



CHAS. C. JUDD, 



ESTABLISHED 1872. 



F. D. PARSONS. 



JUDD & PARSONS, 

Insurance, 



Craft's New Building, 


189 


High Street. 


REPRESENTING, 






LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE, 




LONDON 


PHOENIX, 




LONDON 


COMMERCIAL UNION, 




LONDON 


QUEEN, 




LIVERPOOL 


LANCASHIRE, 




MANCHESTER 


LONDON AND LANCASHIRE, 




LONDON 


CONTINENTAL, 




NEW YORK 


GERMAN AMERICAN, 




NEW YORK 


NIAGARA, 




NEW YORK 


TRADERS, 




CHICAGO 



And other Leading Companies, American and Foreign. 

Also Agents Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, insuring against acci- 
dents of all kinds ; and Lloyd Piate Glass Insurance Co., 
insuring against breakage of plate glass. 

This agency issues policies on all insurable property at reasonable rates, and 
promptly settles all losses. 



DeputySheri 



W. G. HAM, 

and Auctioneer. 



ALL CRIMINAL AND CIVIL BUSINESS WILL 
RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. 



ALL BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. 



Office 217 High St., Residence 186 Dwight St., 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



424 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Foreign Exchange and Emigration Agency. 



DRAFTS ON DEMAND 

On the Royal Bank of Ireland, Liverpool, London, 
Edinburgh, Glasgow, and all parts of the Con- 
tinent, For Sale at the Lowest Rates. 

Passage Tickets to Foreign Ports, via the Cunard, Guion, Inman, Anchor, or 
White Star Steamship Lines, for sale at Lowest Rates. 

C. B. PRESCOTT, Agent. 

Post Office, Holyoke, Mass. 

C. Chap delaine. 

Ticket Agent for the 

CENTRAL VERMONT AGENCY 



ALSO FOR THE 



Grand Trunk Railway. 



AGENT FOR WESTERN TICKETS AND STEAM- 
SHIP LINES AT HOLYOKE. 

100 High Street, - Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 42fi 



Capital, $2,000,000. Established, 1867. 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., 

INDUSTRIAL BRANCH. 

Especially Adapted to Persons of Moderate Means. 



It yields from $14 to $1,000 and over in cash. It costs 5 cents per week and 

upwards. No initiation fee is charged. No increase of payments. 

Dues collected weekly or monthly at the homes of members. 

All ages from 1 to 7 taken. Benefits payable promptly at death. Males and 
females taken at same cost. 

Inquire about the Company from the 300 beneficiaries in this city who have 

received claims. 

All needed explanations concerning the plan will be cheerfully furnished 
upon application to any of our agents, or to 



THOS. O'HARE, Supt. 



55 Dwight St., Holyoke, Mass. 

Call at Office for Circular. 7^ Agents Wanted. 

D. E. Kingsbury, 

DEPUTY SHERIFF 



For Hampden and Hampshire bounties. 



Auctioneer and Appraiser, 



205 HIGH STREET, H0LY0KE, MASS. 

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426 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



€. H. PKENTISS, 




APE 

ANB 



TAIX.O 

Iff MIGH STMEBT f 

JTOIYOKE, MASS, 

MAX CDBE, 

The Lowest One Price 

CLOTHIER, 

Has always on hand a very large stock of Ready-Made Clothing, 

Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas and 

Canes, Trunks and Satchels. 

ALSO MAKES CLOTHING TO OBDEB. 



Prices are always the lowest, and every article sold as represented. 

Money refunded for goods proving unsatisfactory. Cheerful 

attendance to all. 



77 and 79 Dwight Street, - Holyoke, Mass* 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 427 



DEALER IN 



READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods. 
100 High Street, - - Holyoke, Mass. 

H. R. BLANCHARD, 

CUSTOM TAILOR, 

170 High St., Allyn's Block, Holyoke, Mass. 

Tailoring in all its Branches. Clothing Cleansed, Pressed 
and Repaired in the best manner. 

M. A. MARKS, 

Merchant Tailor. 

Ladies' Cloaks, Dolmans, Sacques and 
Ulsters made to order. 

8i MAIN ST., HOLYOKE, MASS. 

JOSEPH BIENVENU, 

Me r chant Tailnr. 

Best of Goods make up at reasonable prices. Also Clothes 
Cleaned and Repaired in the best manner. 

306 Main Street, - - Holyoke, Mass. 



428 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



J. J. CURLEY, 

» 

I make a specialty of Fine Custom Tailoring. 

Keep constantly on hand a fine assortment of Foreign and Domestic Goods. 
Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

139 High street, - HolyoUe, Mass. 

PRICE, LEE & COS 

NewEngland RailwayGuide, 

ISSITBX) 3VC03Nr i Z 1 ZZ3Li"ar. 

CONTAINING OFFICIAL TIME TABLES OF ALL 

RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 

OFFICE, 713 CHAPEL ST., NEW HA YEN, CONN. 

F. A. BENARII, 

DEALER IN 

CentsTufnisliingCoois,Hats,Caps,<£c. 



ONE PRICE ONLY. 



All Goods are of the Latest Style. Prices Low. 



Laundry Agency Connected with the Store. 



317 MAIN STREET, 



HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



429 



CITY HAT 5TDHE, 

PRESTON & BROWN, Prop'rs. 




MEN'S FURNISHERS and SHIRT MAKERS. 

Agents for Troy Laundry. 
A FULL STOCK OF ROBES AND BLANKETS. 
219 High street, near Dwight, Holyoke, Mass. 



H. M. Senior, Jr. 

The Banbury Hatter. 

We buy our Hats and Caps direct 
from the manufacturers. 

273 Main St., corner Spring. 




273 Main street, 



Dealer in Hats, Caps and Gents' 

Furnishing Goods, Trunks 

and Bags. 

Agent for Troy Steam Laundry. 
Holyoke, Mass. 



430 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



THE LARGEST STOCK OF 



Boots, Shoes and Rubbers 



TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY, 



C. T. FAY'S, 



39 JDwight St., under Windsor Hotel, Holyoke, Mass, 



P. J. GILLIGAN, 



DEALER IN- 




Bents, Shoes and Rubbers, 

TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS. 
Manufacturer of Fine Custom Boots and Shoes. 

Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done. 

Has constantlv on hand and for sale, Sole Leather, French and American Calf 
Skin, Uppers, Etc., at the Lowest Market Prices. 



CITY BOOT and SHOE STORE, 



166 High St., Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 4',\\ 



C# A* CO&S**? 




* 



■DEALER IN- 



Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, 

TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS. 

CUSTOM WORK and REPAIRING DONE to ORDER. 
Corser's Block, 149 High St., Holyoke, Mass. 

URGEL E, RIVEST. 




-DEADER IN- 



Boots and Shoes, 



104 Sigh street, sign of the Mammoth Boot. 



My Expenses are one-fourth that of any establish- 
ment in Holyoke, thus enabling- me 
to offer Great Bargains. 

The cheapest place in the city to buy your Trunks 

or Bags. I am the only maker of 

Trunks in Holyoke. 

Seul Magasin Canadien dans cette Branche de Commerce. 



432 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



HOLYOKE BOOT & SHOE STORE, 

CLEARY & MORIARTY, Prop'rs. 




The Best and Cheapest Store in the City 
to get your money's worth. 



Always in stock a full line of 



BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS, ETC. 

Repairing* Done at Short Notice. 
Graft's Old Block, 143 High Street, ■ Holyoke, Mass. 



JAMES F. CLEARY. 



THOMAS J. MORIARTY, 



HENRY WESTPHAL 



■DEALER IN- 




ladies', Hisses' and Bhildren's Boots and Shoes, 

Also a fine assortment of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Wear, Gents' Furnishing 

Goods, Jewelry, Trunks, Valises, Traveling Bags, Etc. 

Boot and Shoe Repairing done at short notice. 

Holyoke Machine Co's Block, 472 Main Street, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 433 



C. N. STTMPSON, 



MANUFACTURER OF 

Carved Piano Legs. 

FACTORY, 

24 Canal St., Westfield, Mass. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

PIANOS and ORGANS. 

Warerooms, 396 Main St., Barnes Block, 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

LIST OF AGENCIES : 




Steinway & Sons, 
Henry F. Miller, 
Guild, Church & Co. 



PIANOS. 






Wm. Knabe & Co., 
Woodward & Brown, 
Emerson Piano Co., 
Seeley, 


A. Weber. 
Ernest Gabler, 
Vose & Sons, 
N. Y. Piano Co. 


Hazelton Bros, 
Henry Behning 

Norris & Co., 


ORGANS. 






Smith American, 


Geo. Woods & Co. 





CHABLJES H. TOPHAM, Local Agent, 
55 Dwight street, - - Holyoke, Mass, 

M. P. CONWAY, 

• DEALER IN 

PIANOS, ORGANS ifl SEWING MACHINES, 

A large and varied assortment of Pianos, Organs and Machines constantly on 

hand. Instruments and Machines sold cheap for cash or 

on easy monthly payments. 

Office and Warerooms, 170 High Street, Allyn's Block, Up One Flight, 
HOLYOKE, - - MASS. 

F. A. HEIDNER, 

DEALER IN 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Supplies and Repairing a Specialty. Fancy Goods, Stationery, Autograph and 
Photograph Albums, Picture Frames, Story and Picture Books, Wor- 
steds and Yarns, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Musical Goods, 
Pocket Books, Ladies' Shopping Bags, Baskets, 
Novelties, Toys, etc., etc. 

187 High street, Holyoke, Mass. 

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434 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



F. R WHITCOMB, 

Druggist and Apothecary 




CORNER DRUG STORE, 
159 High street, - - Holyoke, Mass, 

Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. Fancy and Toilet Articles. 
Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours of the day and night. 

PROPRIETOR OF THE AMERICAN ASTHMA REMEDY. 

L. H. FORTIER & CO , 

Druggists and Pharmacists, 




372 High street, comer of Applet on, 

NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, and a full line of Patent Medicines, Drugs, 

Chemicals, Soaps, Sponges, Combs, Brushes, Chamois, Face Powders, 

Dressing Cases, Brush Brooms, Pomades, Hair Oils, 

Bandoline, Powders, etc. 

We have the finest line of PERFUMES in the city, including Seeley's, Low's, 
Lubin's, Wright's, Lundborg's, Atkinson, Colgates and others. 

We are the proprietors of 

Fortier's Tasteless Cod Liver Oil, Cough Mixtures 
and other Preparations. 

We have a choice line of Cigars, Tobacco, Snuff, etc, Remember the place, 

right on the corner of High and Appleton streets. 

Prescriptions carefully compounded from the best of Selected Drugs and 

Chemicals. We will telephone calls to physicians, 

L. H. FORTIER. J. E. CUNNINGHAM. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 435 



JOHN HMRITZ k SON. 



DEALERS IN 



Drugs and Chemicals, 

STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES. 

Paints, % Oils, 

Dye-Stuffs, #KpJgfc Sponges, 

Tooth Brushes, ^ mm^^ r Toilet Articles, 
Best Brands Cigars, j/JLJ I^ Druggists' Sundries, 
Varnishes, MKilm Hair Brushes, 

Soaps, ^^jg^pr Perfumery. 

A GOOD LINE OF SHOULDER BRACES AND TRUSSES. 

Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. 

Physicians' Prescriptions carefully Compounded and Orders answered with 

care and dispatch. 

401 Main Street, South Holyoke, $Lass. 

Branch Post-Office of South End. 

MARTIN L. GRIFFIN, 

Technical and Analytical 

CUE HVCIST. 

Water, Fertilizers, etc., carefully examined and analyzed. The chemistry 

of paper and paper making a specialty. All orders for 

work promptly and accurately done. 

Laboratory Cor. Mosher and Main Sts., Holyoke, Mass. 

MRS. L. E. GTJNN, 

Intelligence Office. 

GOOD MALE OR FEMALE HELP FURNISHED. 

Furnishing Servants a Specialty. 
Office 12 JDwight Street, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



436 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Ferguson ^ Logan, 



■DEALERS IN- 



DRY GOODS, 

Fancy Goods, 

Notions, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, Etc. 



153 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

BOSTON STORE, 

CLARK & RICHARD. 

Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Millinery. 

71 and 73 JDwight street, Holyoke, Mass. 
Branch Store, 337 Main street. 

PRICE, LEE & COS 

New England Railway Guide, 

ISSUED MdNTHIiY. 

CONTAINING OFFICIAL TIME TABLES OF ALL 
RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 

OFFICE, 713 CHAPEL ST., NEW HA YEN, CONN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 437 

HAMPDEN REMNANT STORE, 

81 DWIGHT STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 
Branch Store, 373 Main Street. 



Remnant Cotton and Woolen Goods 
at Factory Prices. 

E. A. WALTON, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Picture Frames, 

Fine Gold and Bronze Frames a specialty. Engravings, Photographs, Pottery, 
Statuary, etc. Old Frames Re-Gilded. FINE ART DEALER. 

278 Hiah street, Holyoke, Mass. 

W. H. BLAKE, 

| South End News Room, 

STATIONERY, CIGARS and TOBACCO, 

Fruits and Confectionery. 
435 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



438 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

MISS J. M. RILEY, 

Dress and Cloak Making. 

Cutting and Fitting a Specialty. 

The American Square System of Cutting taught by Miss J. M. Riley, Rooms 
1 and 2 Cleary's Block, up stairs. 

194 High street, Holyoke, Mass. 

MRS. W. D. HIGGINS, 

Fashionable Millinery and Dressmaking. 

Fancy Goods, Silks, Laces, Ruchings, Ribbons, 
Flowers, Feathers, etc., etc. 

123 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

MDE. G. A. GALARNEAU, 

Fashionable Dress anil (M Mater, 

235 HIGH ST., HOLYOKE, MASS. 

Cutting and Fitting done by Scientific Square. 

MDE. C. L. DUCLOS, 

Fashionable Dress and Cloak Maker. 

Furs Repaired at Moderate Prices. 
Children's Clothing a Specialty. 

23 5 HIGH STHEET, HOLYOKE. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 439 

C. BLODGETT, M. D. 

Office Honrs, 2 to i and 7 to 9 P. M. 

OFFICE, 231 HIGH ST., COR. OF DWIGHT. 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 

DR. M. M. MITIVIER, 

Physician and Surgeon. 

Office and Residence, 92 Sigh Street, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

DR. J. O TANGXJAY, 

Office and Residence, 60 Race St,, Holyoke, Mass, 

TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS. 
Licensed 1860, College Physicians and Surgeons, Canada. 

0. G. CRANE'S 

8*1 *»4 &ra»i M**ofe*?y 

164 HIGH STREET, UP STAIRS, 
HOLYOKE, - MASS. 

Also Artificial Teeth inserted for from $5 to $7 a set of fourteen teeth. Agency 

Harmon's Famous Dye House of Springfield. Also manufacturer of 

the best Writing Ink. Free from Acids. 



440 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

DR, CEO, A, MAXFIELD, 

m ist_ 



83 Dwight Street, Opposite City Hall, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 
JOHN J. REARDON, 

y ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW * 



AND NOTARY PUBLIC. 

Room 1, 235 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

J. N. PREW, 

REAL ESTATE AGENT AND BROKER. 

Stores and Tenements at all prices, in all parts of the city, for sale 
and to rent. REAL ESTATE bought and sold. 

196 Maple Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

HOLYOKE CITY DIRECTORY OFFICE, 

182 HIGH STREET. 



Directories of the Principal Cities of the United States and Canada on File for 
the accommodation of our patrons and the public. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



441 



FITZGERALD & CO., 

Booksellers, Stationers, 

NEWSDEALERS, 




MANUFACTURERS OF PICTURE FRAMES AND 
DEALERS IJST PICTURES. 

Blank Books and Stationery, Mathematical Instruments and Artists' Materials, 
Velvet Frames, Stereoscopes, Graphiscopes, Stereoscopic Views, Steel 
Engravings, Albertypes, Paintings, Chromos, Photographs, Litho- 
graphs, Oleographs, Black Walnut, Gilt and Fancy Frames of all 
kinds, Pocket Books, Pocket Cutlery, Pens, Inks, Pencils, 
Easels, Papeteries, Tags, Labels, Bank Notes, Drafts, 
Receipts, Bill Heads, Note Heads, and a general line of 
Office Stationery, Photograph, Autograph, and 
Scrap Albums, and many other articles too 
numerous to mention. 



196 HIGH STREET, 

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HOLYOKE, MASS, 




442 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

WATCHES > dBSb^feBBbl CLOCKS, 
DIAMONDS, ^^B^^^^^P Silverware, 

JEWELRY. w| OpticalGoods 

9 Dwight Street, 
HOLYOKE, - - MASS. 

Practical Watch Maker. 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 
Spectacles and Eye-Glasses in Variety. 

Special attention paid to Fine Watch Repairing and Adjusting. French Clocks, 

Music Boxes and Opticals. Orders taken for Ladies' Hair Jewelry. 

We guarantee satisfaction. Moderate Prices. 

155 High street, Holyoke, Mass. 

CHARLES S. HOLDEN, . 

DEALER IN 

SMITH'S SOLD FENS, 

DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS, 

School and Miscellaneous Books, Sheet Music, Magazines, Blank Books, Station- 
ery, Cigars, Tobacco, Toys, Fruit, Confectionery, Balls, Bats, &c. 

Corner Store, nnder Holyoke House, Holyoke, Mass. 

HOLYOKE STEAM LAUNDRY, 

F. H. HAYES, Proprietor. 

All kinds of Laundry Work will receive my special attention. All work war- 
ranted to give satisfaction. Work called for and delivered every 
week day. Telephone connection. 

Laundry, 20 Race street, Office, 41 Main street, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 443 



J. N. HUBBARD, ■ C> H . TABER. 

HUBBARD & TABER, 

Printers and Stationers 

270 HIGH STREET, H0LY0KE, MASS. 

HENRY THOMAS, 

PRACTICAL 

LITHOGRAPHER 

EMRAYER AMD PRINTER. 



Lithographic Pmwer Printing of all Descriptions 
Dow® with Neatness and Dispatch. 

Bonds, Certificates of Stock, Bills of Exchange, Bill, Note, Letter and Policy- 
Headings, Cards, Receipts, Checks, Notes, Drafts, Diplomas, Show Cards, 
Maps, Plans, Labels and Wrappers of all descriptions done in the best 
Style of the art. Very Reasonable Terms for Large Orders. 

HENRY THOMAS, 

BOWERS & MOSHER BUILDING, opp. H. <fc W. R. R. Depot, Holyoke. 

ADOLF HEROLD'S 

Hniynke Steam Dye Works 

Dyeing and Cleaning of all Descriptions at Rea- 
sonable Prices. Your Patronage Solicited. 

Office and Woifa, 286 Main St., HOLYOKE, MASS. 



444 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

WILLIAM B. MILES, 

Artist Photographer. 




Every facility for the production of all kinds of Photographic Work. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. 

Photographs Copied and Enlarged, and Finished in India Ink, Water Colors, 

Crayon or Oil. Views of Buildings, Landscape, Machinery, etc. Picture 

Frames in all the Latest Styles constantly on hand, and made to order. 

Velvet Passepartouts, Easels, and all Novelties as they 

become known to the art. 

151 High street, Holyoke, Mass. 

Demers ^ Son, 

ARTISTS and PHOTOGRAPHERS. 



ART DEPARTMENT. 

Free Hand Copies or by Enlargement from Daguerotypes, Ambrotypes, Fer- 
rotypes, or Photographs in Crayon, Water Colors or India Ink. 



PHOTOGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT. 

Photographs of every Description. Children's a Specialty. Give us a call. 

Prices Moderate. 

314 Main street, Holyoke, Mass* 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 445 

ALVIN C. CASWELL, W. L. WALKER. 

THE "IMPERIAL" STUDIO. 

Caswell & Walker. 




Life-Size Pictures a Specialty. Children's Photos Par Excellence. Instan- 
taneous Photography Exclusively. All work executed 
in the most Approved Styles. 

194 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

-4- ANDREW* MANGUM,*- 
Grajjon Portrait Artist. 

278 HIGH ST., Holyoke. STUDIO, Hartford, Ct. 

* EDWARD F. FINNESSEY, * 



Manufacturer and dealer in 



Pure Confectionery of all kinds 

Norris 9 Block, cor. Main and Mosher Sts., 
HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



446 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



W. P. GRISWOLD, 



Wholesale and Retail 



Confectioner, 

161 High Street, 

» 

Corner Hampden, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

Barr's Dining Rooms, 

EDGAR E. BARE, Proprietor, 

ORNAMENTAL CONFECTIONER, 

LADIES' AND CENTS' ICE CREAM AND DIMItC HOOKS. 



Our Bill of Fare Comprises all the 
Delicacies of the Season. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR BARR'S VIENNA BREAD. | 

Special Prices to Excursion Parties on Ice Cream, 
at Wholesale and Retail. 

237 Sigh Street, Holyoke, Mass. \ 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



447 



« MRS. E. G. CLARK'S * 



ling Rooms & Restaurant 



MEALS AT ALL HOURS 



Transient and Regular Table Boarders will find 
JPrices Reasonable. 



155 High Street, 



Holyoke, Nass. 



-DEALER IN- 



Choice Confectionery, Foreign and Domestic Fruit 

CIGARS, ICE CREAM, ETC. 
447 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



JOSEPH XKEGk^UC* 

Dealer in the best of 

Confectionery ,Foreign &DomesticFruits , Nuts , &c 

MANUFACTURER OP 

ALL FLAYORS OF ICE CREAM. 
109 High street, Holyoke, Mass. 



448 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

GU{jQT"FS 

DINING ROOMS, 

IIS High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

PH. BEST BREWING COS MILWAUKEE LAGER 
ON DRAUGHT. 

Smith's Philadelphia Stock Ale. Bass & Co's Pale Ale. 

THEODORE GUYOTT. VICTOR GUYOTT. 

♦ WILLIAM E. BOWMAN,* 

Restaurant and Sample Room, 

BEST OF WINES AND LIQUORS. MILWAUKEE LAGER, 
PORTSMOUTH and BAY STATE ALES on Draught. 



Bodrey's Block, 69 and 71 Hamilton St., 
Corner Main, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 449 

R. McKINNEY & COS 

Dining Rooms and Restaurant, 

5 Main Street, - Holyoke, Mass. 

MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. 

Permanent and Transient Table Board at Reasonable Rates. 




I R. DIETZ, % 

Bread, Pastry 

and Pie Baker. 



Adams street, corner Bridge, Holyoke, Mass. 

NO. 321 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



City Dye House, 

Ladies' and Gents' Garments of every description Cleansed, Dyed and Re- 

finished in the Best Manner at Short Notice, and at Low Prices. 

Crape Re-finished by the Shriver Process. 

A. FERGUSON. 
HOLYOKE CARPET CLEANING WORKS 



J. A. FIELD, Proprietor. 

Willard's Building, 120 Front Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

Carpets Dusted, Steamed .or Washed. Grease Spots Removed. 
Feathers Renovated. Hair Mattresses Steamed. 

Orders left at Holyoke Furniture Co's, Dwight St., John Tilley & Co's, Main 
St., sent to P. O. Box 213 or at Works 120 Front St. will be promptly attended to. 
Also Machinist ; Light Jobbing a Specialty. 

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450 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



2v£- Gk LOTHEOP, 



- 



ICE CREAM AND DINING ROOM. 
125 High street, Holyoke, Mass. 






« JOHN • HOWE,* j 

Baker& Confectioner 



IOB CBE-A.2viE 2SO©3Sv£S. 

186 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

Pierre Lussier, Jr., 

Bread 

AND 



Pastry*Ba'ker, 

17 FOUNTAIN ST. 

Holyoke. 








668 East Street, 



FONTAINE &PI0N, 

BreatTand^Pastry 

Bakers 

South Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



451 



DEALER IN 

Stoves, I Tin, I Crockery * and i Wooden i Ware, 

Feathers 




Etc, Etc. 



51 UNION ST., 



HOLYOKE, 
MASS. 




J. PARFITT & SONS, 

DEALERS IN 

New and Second-Hand FQrniture,Stoves,Ranges, 

Crockery Ware, Glass Ware, Lamps, &c. 

Furniture Painted and Repaired. 

135 Main St., Opposite C. R. R. R. Freight Depot, Holyoke, Mass. 




PIQUETTE & VAUTRIN, 

HAIRDRESSING*ROOMS 

<KAnd Barber Shop.!* 

All work done in the best manner. 

Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty. 

109 High St., Holyoke , Mass. 

EUCLID E PIQUETTE. ELZEOR VAUTRIN. 



452 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



F. MACK & CD., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Parlor Suits, 



AND DEALERS IN 



Furniture and Carpets. 

301 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



Upholstering and Repairing Promptly Attended to. 



KIEL* 



Lamps, Oil and Crockery. 

BAR GOODS A SPECIALTY. 

TOYS AND FANCY GOODS IN LARGE VARIETY 



■AT- 



13 & High street, Delaney's Block, 
Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 453 



R. T. PRENTISS, 



■DEALER IN- 



Flour, Grain and Hay, 

MASONS' SUPPLIES, SALT, ETC. 

Adams Lime, Brandon Lime, Portland Cement, Rosen- 
dale Cement, Hair, Calcine, Plaster, Sea Sand, 
Foreign and Domestic Salt. 



PAPER MAKERS' LIME A SPECIALTY. 



62 Main street, Holyoke, Mass, 



(Successor to POTTER &. NASH), 



DEALER IN- 



FEED, HAY, STRAW, ETG. 

SALT A SPECIALTY. 

127 Main street, Molyoke, Mass. 



454 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

PHILIP COMERPORD. JAMES M. DALY. 

COMERFOED & DALY, 

(NEW YORK TEA AND COFFEE CO.) 

DEALERS IN 

■ 

TEAS & COFFEES, 

418 Main Street, Springfield, 

102 Front St., cor. Church, Worcester. 

96 High Street, Holyoke. 

HOME TEA STORE, 

M. J. McQUEENY, Proprietor. 

Pure Goods Only. 

With, every pound of Tea or Coffee, a Prize, selected 

from a Great Variety of Useful Articles will toe 

given. Come and see and try our Goods. 



136 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 455 



A.WITHERELL, 




-DEALER IN- 



Choice Groceries 



FINE TEAS, FRESH COFFEES. 



Pure Spices, Etc. 



WASHBURN, CROSBY & CO'S "SUPERLATIVE" 

MILL BRAND, AND OTHER CHOICE 

BRANDS OF FLOUR. 



Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts, Cross & 

BlackweLTs Pickles, Catsups, Sauces, Mustards, 

Sardines, &c. Canned Goods of all kinds. 

16 Dwight Street, Opposite the Post Office, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 



456 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



E. P. FORD, 



Dealer in as Choice Stock of 



Family Groceries 

As can be found in the city. 

TEAS, COFFEES AID SPICES 



A SPECIALTY. 



Butter and Cheese from the best 
Dairies in the Country. 

Fresh Bread and Domestic Pies Received Daily. 



All Goods Warranted, and Sold at the Lowest 
Living Rates. 



165 HIGH STREET, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 457 



Crafts ^ Fraser, 



DEALERS IN 



Furniture, Groceries, 

CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 

AND ALL KINDS OF HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. 

Crafts' Block, 147 High St., Holyoke, Mass. 

P. J. CRAFTS, J. H. FRASER. 

SAMUEL S. MORSE, 

Dealer in all kinds of 

Groceries, Provisions 

MEATS, VEGETABLES, 

Crockery, Lamps, Glassware, Confectionery, 
Nuts, Fruits, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc. 



274 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

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458 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

, 

L. SEARS & CO. E. C. CHAPIN. 

SEARS & CO., 

Dealers in fine 

Groceries, 

PROVISIONS, 

Crockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, Confectionery, 
Cigars, Bread and Pastrv. 

480 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

RICHARDS k THAYER, 



-DEALERS IN- 



Groceries, 

PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, 

GLASS AND WOODEN WARE, CONFECTIONERY AND 
NOTIONS, FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, ETC. 

Goods delivered free to any part of the city and vicinity. 

462 and 464 Main St., corner Sargeant, 
HOLYOKE, - - MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



459 



T. & J. Dillon, 




169 Lyman Street, Holy eke, Mass. 

Dealers in all kinds of 

Fine Groceries, Country Produce, Lamps, Glass Ware 
and Crockery in Full Stock. 

T. & J. Dillon, 

165 Lyman St., Holyoke, Mass. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

A FULL STOCK; OF 




Coffins, Caskets, 

METALLIC BURIAL CASES, SHROUDS, Hi BITS, ROBES, 
ETC., CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Hearse and Carriages Furnished for Funerals. 



460 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Our Motto: 'The most of the best goods for the least money.' 



The Gitg Grocepg, 

203 HIGH ST., HOLYOKE, MASS. 



TEAS,lCOFFEES,lSPICES, 

FRUITS, NUTS, CONFECTIONERY, 
CANNED GOODS, BREAD, &c. 

CALLANAH & DONOGHUE. 

Headquarters for Callanan <fc Donoghue's Select Soap. 

JOHN HALFPENNY, 



-DEALER IN- 




ana Provisions, 

HAY, OATS AND FEED. 

Patent Flours, Teas, Sugars, Spices, Molasses. 

All orders neatly and promptly filled. 

Q85 and 287 Main street, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 461 

JAMES DOYLE & CO , 

Emigration <£ Foreign Exchange Agents. 

Passage Tickets to Foreign Ports via. the White Star, 

Inman, Cunard, National, State, Anchor 

and Allan Lines. 

DRAFTS PAYABLE IN ANY PART OF GREAT 
BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 



ALSO DEALERS IN 



Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, 
Glass Ware, Etc. 

93 Sigh St., cor. Lyman, Holyoke, Mass. 

CHARLES E. HUEBLER, 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Provisions 

CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. 

Goods sold as cheap as at any other store in the city. 
290 Park Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

Holyoke and South Hadley Falls Tea and Coffee Co . 

P. C. WHITNEY, Agent. 

Jobbers and Retailers of 

Teas and Coffees, 

v\ Lvman Street, Holvoke, Mass. 




462 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Canadien Warehouse. 



P. B0NV0UL0IR, JR 



ESTABLISHED 1866. 



•DEALER IN- 



GROCERIES, 

PROVISIONS and LIQUORS. 



Railroad Tickets to and from all parts of Canada. 



103 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 463 



D. SAINTE MARIE. JOS. BEAUCHEMIN. 

Sainte Marie & Beauchemin, 

DEALERS IN 



Fresh and Salt Meats, 



Flour, Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Butter. Cheese, 
Molasses, Liquors, etc. 

67, 69 and 73 CABOT STREET, Sainte Marie & Beauchemin's Block, 
Holyoke, Mass, 

A. W. HUFHESNE, 

DEALER IN 

FINE GROCERIES, 

Meals, Poultry, Tea, Goffee, Spices, &g. 



FAMILY LIQUORS, CROCKERY, ETC., ETC. 

49 Cabot street, Holyoke, Mass. 



464 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



M. L. ROUSSEAU. 



J. A. POTVIN. 



Rousseau § Potvim, 



DEALERS IN- 



mm and provisions. 

Fresh and Salt Meats of all Kinds. 



CANNED GOODS of all kinds. Goods sold as low as good 
goods can be bought in the city and delivered free. 



299 Main Street, 



Holyoke, Mass, 



YAL MOQUIH, 




Special attention given 
to Tea, Coffee, Pure 
Spices,CannedGoods,&c 

31 Union St., and 
26 Fountain, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 



GEORGE W. COLLINS, 

G R O C K R. 

O Un SPECIALTIES: 

Fine Teas, Coffees, Spices, Jams, Jellies, Etc., Etc, 
Fruits in their Season, 



Ely Street, corner Ely Court, 



Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 465 

Bennit & Rnuillard, 

(Successors to Pierre Benoit), 

DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES 

PROVISIONS, 

__v£esuts a,z_.o_ XjIq.-o.ozs_ 



350 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

Edmond Langelier, Dolphis Marseille. 

LANGELIER & MARSEILLE, 



-DEALERS IN- 



Choice Groceries and Provisions 

Full line of Flour, Teas, Coffees, Spices, etc , etc. 
Also Crockery, Glass Ware, etc. 

869 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

ULRIO PERREAULT, 



■DEALER IN- 



Groceries and Provisions, Teas, Coffees, Spices, 

FLOOR, MEAL, CIGARS, TOBACCO, ETC. 
72 and 74 Cabot Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



466 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




S. J. BENOIT, 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES, 

Provisions, Crockery, 

Ham and Salt Meats. 

A Specialty of Eggs and Butter. 

TERMS CASH. 

Corner Lyman and Union Sts., 
Holyoke, Mass 



T*7\ S. TE3SS, 



-DEALER IN- 



CROCKERY and GLASS WARE. 
Imported and Domestic Wines and Liquors, 

34 and 36 Lyman Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

ESXaTHLAJBT cSc CO., 

DEALERS IN 

Choice Groceries, 

Coffees, Teas, Sugars, Spices, Canned Goods, &c. 

185 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



P. Durocher & Son, 

DEALERS IN 

GROCERIES, 

Flour, Teas, Coffees, Su- 
gars, Butter, Cheese, 
Molasses, &c. 
562 EAST STREET, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



467 



DEALER IN 




Meats, Oysters and Vegetables 

120 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

WILLIAM EASTMAN, 



WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



Produce and Vegetables 

BASEMENT 168 HIGH STREET, 
Holyoke, Mass. 

Fontaine & Eeberi, 

DEALERS IN 

All kinds of Choice 

Groceries 

Special attention given 
to Tea, Coffee, Spices, 
Canned Goods, etc. 

670 East Street, 
HOLYOKE, MASS 




468 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



HASH, HOLMES & CO, 



cffi: 



WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



, Pop^, Lamb, 

AND RENDERED TALLOW. 



Between Winona and Hampden Glazed Paper Mills, Below 
Third Level Canal, 

HOLYOKE, - - MASS. 

HOLMES, PERKINS k CO., 

(Successors to J. B. PERKINS,) 
Packers and Wholesale 

PROVISION DEALERS. 



Pork, Lard, Hams, Bacon, 
Shoulders, Etc. 

5& Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 4G9 



SAWTELLE S PAUL 




MEAT MARKET. 



ALL KINDS OP 



Fresh and Salt Meat 



-AND- 



T7" egetab 1< 

Kept constantly on hand in their season, 



51 HAMPDEN STREET, CORNER OF MAPLE STREET, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



470 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



R. F. KELTON & CO., 

DEALERS IN 

Fresh and Salt IVIeats, 




PISH, OTSTEES, dsc. m 

POULTRY, VEGETABLES AN© GAME. 

Parsons Block, 35, 37 and 39 Main St., Holyoke. 



R. F. KELTON. 



D. B. KELTON. 



J. 



(Successor to J. F. ALLYN & CO.,) 




MEAT MARKET. 

Fresh and Salt Meats and Vegetables. 

140 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



471 



PERCY&STEBBINS, 



DEALERS IN 




Fresh and Salt Beef. 

Also Veal, Lamb, Poultry, Pork, Hams, Bacon, 
Sausages, Bologna, Tripe, Vegetables, Etc. 

Goods delivered free of charge. Come and see us. 

350 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



GEORGE M. PERCY. 



WM. H. H. STEBBINS. 



Or. EC- -A-1-.X-.-S^T. 



■DEALER IN 




h{ Pork, Mutton, Lamb 

Veal, Hams, Sausages, Tripe, Poultry and Vegetables. 



) 



Terms Cash. 



50 D wight street, Holyoke, Mass. 



472 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



LYMAN & GRAY, 



Dealers in all kinds of 




Fresh and Salt Meats, 

Poultry and Vegetables in their Season, 

105 Divight Street, comer High, Holyoke, Mass, 



EDSON I,. LYMAN. 



GEO. L. GRAY. 



DEALER IN- 








Piesli a^HLd. Salt :k/£eeuts, 

POULTRY, HAMS, LARD, VEGETABLES, ETC. 
7(57 Main St., JDelaney's Block, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



47J* 



J.&M.DOWD, 

Meat Market, 




ALL, KINDS OF 



Fresh and Salt Meat, 

POULTRY AND GAME. 



-ALSO- 



Vegetables Kept Constantly on Hand in their Season. 
96 Maple St., cor. Lyman, Holyoke, Mass. 

CORNELIUS O'LEARY, 

5, 




DEALER IN- 



Fresh and Salt Meats and Vegetables. 



Kelton's Block, 149 Main St., Holyoke, Mass. 



60 



474 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



THEODORE SPAMER, 




MEAT MARKET. 

DEALER IN 

Meats, Gountry Produce, Vegetables, &g. 

GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES. 
313 Park street, Holyoke, Mass. 

JB. 57- BIG-ELO^T, 




Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry, Lard, Hams, 
Sausages, Oysters and Salt Fish. 

A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF VEGETABLES and CANNED GOODS. 

157 LYMAN STREET. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



475 



EIIEILTZES-Sr IL^OILT^T, 




Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meats and Fish, Poul- 
try, Lard, Hams, Sausages, Oysters, Etc. 

A General Assortment of Vegetables and Canned Goods. 

72 LYMAN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

L. DUFRESNE, 

DEALER IN 




FRESH AND SALT MEATS, 

Poultry, Hams, Lard, Vegetables, etc. 

566 EAST STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



476 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 







5S SHE ' 91 



DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 



FRESH AND SALT MEATS. 

Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in all 
kinds of German and American Sausages. 

317 Park street 9 Holyoke, Mass. 



a. TXT. IBI500ICS, 

Successor to E. Perkins & Co. 

64 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



COUNTRY PRODUCE OF AIL KINDS IN ITS SEASON. 



(Successor to Diver & Tucker), Dealer in 

IFzesli. a,nd. Salt TXTater Pisli, 

OYSTERS, 








LOBSTERS, 

CLAMS, 

Vegetables, Farmers' Produce, 

Canned Goods of all kinds. Telephone connection. 

Allyn's New Block, 282 High St., Holyeke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



477 



GEO. H. TWADDLE, 

DEALER IN 




Fish, Oysters, Lobsters and Clams. 

All kinds of Fresh and Salt Fish in their season. Fruits, 
Vegetables, Canned Goods, Butter and Eggs. 

25 and 27 HAMPDEN STREET, CORNER HIGH, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

F F. SMITH & CO., 




Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 



FISH, OYSTERS AND CLAMS. 

All kinds of Fish in their Seasons. Shelled Oysters at all Seasons. 

ALL KINDS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. A full line 

of selected TEAS, COFFEES, &c. Orders by Telephone 

or Mail promptly attended to. Free delivery 

throughout the city. 



174 High street, 



Holyoke, Mass. 



478 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



WM. B. WHITING & CO., 



DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 




Anthracite and Bituminous 

Hard, Soft and Mill Wood in quantities to suit customers. 

All orders promptly attended to. 

Office, No. 40 Dwight street, opposite Windsor Hotel, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

A. H. CHILDS, 




-DEALER IN- 



CDAL and TffDDD 



A PULL STOCK OF 



Superior Anthracite Coals 

Of all Sizes, at Lowest Possible Prices. 

Hard and Soft Wood constantly on hand. Also Trucking and Jobbing 
specialty. Teams supplied throughout the city at shortest notice. 



Office at R. T. Prentiss', 62 Main street, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 479 



H. E. DAYLDRD, 



-DEALER IN- 



Wood and Coal. 



WOOD SAWED AND SPLIT TO ORDER. 



GENUINE FRANKLIN COAL from LYKENS VALLEY. 



Yards, Holyoke and Willimansett. 

Yard and Office, Holyoke end of County Bridge. Offices at South Hadley 

Falls, opposite the Hotel; M. Frank Casey's Drug Store, 65 Main 

street, and at Willimansett Depot, C. R. R. R. 

GRIDLEY & MORIARTY, 

DEALERS IN 




^COALk 

FOREST WOOD, 

MILL WOOD, 

KINDLINGS. 

Office, 52 Dwight St.; Yard, 4 Appleton St, opp. Merrick's Lumber Yard. 

Telephone Connection at Office and Yard. 

MR. P. J. MORIARTY will have charge of the yards, and will serve old 
and new customers with his well-known care and promptness. 



480 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



C. B. & J. A. DAVIS, 

Excavating and Grading in all its Branches. 

Boarding and Sale Stable. 

243 ELM ST., COR. CABOT, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

C. B. DAVIS, Manager. 



Palatine Stables, 




E- L. CASWELL, Prop. 

HACK, BOARDING, LIVERY & FEED STABLE 

Good Turnouts at all times. 
SADDLE HORSES A SPECIALTY. 

4 06, 408, 410 Main St., Holyoke. 

SOUTH END WOOD YARD. 

E. L. CASWELL, Proprietor. 




DEALER IN 



WOOD AND COAL 

Hard Wood, Soft Wood, Mill Wood, and Kindlings, delivered to any part of 
the city, sawed, split or by the cord. All orders promptly filled. 

YARD AND OFFICE, 406, 408, 410 MAIN STREET, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 481 



GEORGE P. ELLISON, 




WorkingTeams Furnished 

And Trucking Done to Order and with Care. Also runs 

Express and Jobbing Wagons to all 
Parts of the City. 



Orders left at the Freight Depots, or at 17 High street. 

Office, at S. T. Lyman & Son's Store, 141 Main Street, 

HOLYOKJE, - - MASS, 

M. J. LAPORTE, 

EXPRESS NOS. 9 AND 10. 

Furniture and Piano Moving 

IK OB OUT OF THE CITY. 



Carpets Cleaned and Laid, Baggage Transported for Hotels, 
Theatres, and all parts of the city. 

SPECIAL CARE IN PACKING AND MOVING PIANOS AND 
FURNITURE TO AND FROM THE CARS. 



Orders received by Telephone at Residence, No. 51 Bond Street,or at the stores 

of C. A. Corser, No. 149 High Street, and F. P. Goodall, No. 11 Dwight 

street. All orders Promptly Attended to. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



61 



482 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



C. 2v£. SHELEOIT, 




EXPRESS, TRUCKING 






AND HEAVY TEAMING. 

All orders left at Conn. R. R. R. Freight Depot, or J. S. Preston, Jr's, No. 15 
Dwight street, will receive prompt attention. 

Residence 20 West Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

JOSEPH PXPEIS, 

Truckman, Expressman 

AND GENERAL TEAMING. 

CONN. R. R. R. FREIGHT DEPOT. 

Residence 70 Bridge St., Holyoke, Mass. 

D. W. PARKER, 

Holyoke & Springfield Express. 



Leave Holyoke Daily at 9 a. m. 



Leave Springfield Daily at 3 p. m. 



Orders can be left at E. P. Ford's. 165 High street ; A Witherell's, 16 Dwight 
street ; F. P. Goodall's, 11 Dwight street. 



Residence 580 East Street, 



Holyoke, Mass. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 483 

A. L. TURGEON, 

BUILDING MOVER 



-AND- 



Expressman. 



ALL KINDS OP BUILDINGS MOVED AT SHORT NOTICE. 



SAFES AND ALL KINDS OF HEAVY MOVING 
ATTENDED TO. 



80 Park Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

DANIEL PROUIX 

m DEALER IN 

Harnesses, Blankets and Whips. 




ALSO MANUFACTURER OF 

FINE HARNESSES FROM THE BEST MATERIALS. 



All kinds of Jobbing Neatly and Promptly Done. 

344 High Street, corner Division, Holyoke, Mass. 

MOSES FAIRFIELD, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

HARNESSES,* ROBES, * BLANKETS,* WHIPS, 

AND ALL KINDS OF HORSE SUPPLIES. 

30 Dwight Street, opp. Chase Bros', Holyoke, Mass. 



484 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



T. T- HTJITTEE, 

Manufacturer of and Dealer in 

Harness, Collars, Whips, Blankets, Fly Nets, 




LAP ROBES, HALTERS, BRUSHES, CURRY-COMBS, ETC, 

Repairing promptly attended to. 
48 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

N. H. JAR VIS, 

(Successor to G. L. Burnett), 




Livery, Boarding and Feeding Stable. 



HACKS PROMPTLY FURNISHED. 



274 Main Street, corner Spring, Holyohe, Mass, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



485 




BE, 



Livery and Feeding Stable 

Stylish Conveyances of Every Description Supplied for 
Parties or Funerals at Lowest Prices. 

ORDERS BY TELEPHONE PROMPTLY FILLED. 

Stables 10 Suffolk St., near High, rear City Hall. 

H. H. CARTER, 




LiTory, Feeding and Boarding Stable. 

Stylish Conveyances furnished for Parties 
or Funerals at short notice, 

IEEa,3r and Stxarw E^or Sale- 
No. 29 Main Street, 

REAR OF HOLYOKE HOUSE, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



486 



ADVEKTISING DEPARTMENT. 



H, BOWKER & COMPANY, 




HACK, LIVERY, 

Boarding and Feeding Stables. 

Conveyances of all Styles furnished at shortest notice for Weddings, 
Balls, Parties. Funerals, and Commercial Travelers. Hacks to 
and from all regular trains. All orders left at the WIND- 
SOR HOTEL, or delivered by Telephone at our 
office will receive prompt attention. 



H. BOWKER & CO., 



8 John Street, rear of Windsor Hotel. 



JOHN M. OCONNOR, 




Hack, Livery, Feed 

AND 

B DASHI NG- STABLE . 

Conveyances of all Styles furnished at shortest notice for 

Weddings, Balls, Parties, Funerals, and Commercial 

Travelers. Hacks to and from all regular trains. 



69 MAPLE ST., - ■ HOLYOKE, MASS. 

Telephonic Connections. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 487 

SAMOSETT HOUSE, 

S. J. HOBBS, Proprietor. t 

143 Maple Street, - - Holyoke, Mass. 



S. T. HOBBS, 

LIYERY, FEEn 

AND 

BOARDING STABLE. 

Good Conveyances Furnished at Short Notice. 

STABLE, 59 HAMPDEN ST., HOLYOKE, MASS. 

MORRIS HICKS & CO., 

Sale Stable. 

Heavy Draught and Light Driving Horses 
Constantly on Hand. 

120 PINE STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

EDWARD ALVORD, 

Veterinary Surgeon. 

DEALER IN 

GENTLEMEN'S DRIVING HORSES. 

Holyoke Office, S. T. Miller's Stables, 3 and 5 Ely Street. Office and Resi- 
dence, Main Street, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 



488 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Horse 




Shoeing 
' Establishment, 

363 High Street, near Corner Appleton, Holyoke. 

Where I am at all times prepared to shoe horses with neatness and dispatch. 
Horses entrusted to our care will be properly attended to by the 
most scientific workmen, and a first-class job guaranteed. 
Corns, Quittors and Sand Cracks properly treated. Horses stopped from inter- 
fering and forging, and advice given on the proper 
treatment of the horse's hoof. 

RICHARD SHEA 

Blacksmith, Horse Shoer, 




CARRIAGE AND WAGON REPAIRER. 

Lame Horses, Contracted Feet, Corns, Over Reaching, Interfering, and 
all such treated in the most satisfactory manner. Work in my line done 
promptly and with care. 

Shop, 38 Dwight St., Near H. & W. Depot, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 489 




JAMES DWYER, 

Horse Shoer and Farrier, 



Shop, 6 Suffolk St., near High, 
Holyoke, Mass. 
J Sign, Clark s Patent Horse Shoe. 

SIDE AND TOE WEIGHT SHOES MADE TO ORDER. 



HILAIRE ROUILLARD, 

Blacksmith 



And Carriage Smith. 

FIRST-CLASS 

Horse Shoer and General Jobber 

326 MAIN ST, HOLYOKE. 




G. L. BOSWORTH & CO, 

Building Stone and Flaggers 

FURNISHED AND LAID. 

MILL WORK A SPECIALTY. 

Estimates Furnished and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

Flaggers or Footings Laid for Foundations under Build- 
ings of all kinds, also for Drainer and Elevator 
Bottoms, Boilers, Press, Screen and En- 
gine Piers, Steam Chimneys, &c. 

ORDERS BY TELEPHONE PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Office and Residence, 120 Dwight Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

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490 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Holyoke Monumental Works, 

H. M. COOK, Proprietor. 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Granite, Brown Stone 
and Marble 

MONUMENTS 

ADD 

CURBING. 

DESIGNS FURNISHED and ESTIMATES 
GIVEN UPON APPLICATION. 

Railroad St., cor. Dwight, opp. Windsor Hotel, Holyoke. 




J. A. Jackson. 



David McCormick. 



jackson & Mccormick, 

Dealers and Workers in all kinds of 




Granite, Freestone and Marble, Monumental 

AND BUILDING WORK. 

SLATE AND MARBLE MANTLES FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 
Monumental Designs Provided on Application. 



Yard, 318 Main Street, 



Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 491 



JOHN MARRA, 



Dealer in all kinds of 






GRANITE, MARBLE, FLAGGING, 



Longmeadow, Portland and Ohio Freestone. 

CRESCENT STREET, NEAR EAST STREET, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 

EDWARD CONNOLLY, 

Dealer in all kinds of 

F^ouGjh and Gut Stone, 

For Building, Monumental Work and Masonry. 

298 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

JOHN ZDOOL-^N, 

DEALER IN 

Rags, Paper Stock, 

BOTTLES AND OLD METALS. 

87 Worthington St., Springfield, Mass. 

Branch Yard, 4 Appleton St., Holyoke, Mass. 



492 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

DEAN & WHEELOCK, 

Painters, Grainers, 

PAPER HANGERS, 

AND 






iiZIE 



LARGE STOCK OF PAPER HANGINGS AND 
BORDERS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES. 



OIL SHADES, OIL CLOTHS, CURTAIN FIX- 
TURES, VARNISHES, JAPANS, OIL FIN- 
ISH, ROOM-MOULDINGS, &c. 



Kalsominins to Order. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Paints, Oils 



and Glass. 



STORE, 147 MAIN ST., HOLYOKE, MASS. 

W. T. DEAN, W. F. WHEELOCK. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 493 



FRANK II. CDRDES, 

Artist in Fresco. 




SIGNS AND BANNERS. 

ALSO 

Plain Painting,Paper Hanging,Graining i Glazing. 



-DEALER IN- 



Plastic Centers, Window Curtains and Fixtures, 

Paints, Oils, Varnish and Painters' 

Supplies in General. 

A FULL LINE OF ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

Store Curtains Made and Put Up. 
302 HIGH ST., COR, SUFFOLK, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



494 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 






\ 



DAVID H. TOWER. ASHLEY B. TOWER. 

-+D. H. & A. B. T0WER,4- 
Architects, 



Civil and Mechanical Engineers. 

Architectural Designs, Specifications, Estimates, Details, etc. Advice Given, 
Surveys and Plans made for laying out of Mill Sites and Distri- 
bution of Power. Personal attention to all work. 

PAPER MIIvIv DESIGNS A SPECIALTY. 
63 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 495 

EMORY A. ELLSWORTH, B. S., 

^ie^cih: it ect 

Mechanical and Civil Engineer. 

Office, City Hall, Residence, 32 Essex street, 

HOLYOKE, - MASS. 

JAMES A. CLOUGH, 

ARCHITECT 

Designs, Plans and Complete Working Drawings Made to Order. 
Personal Attention given to all work. 

Residence, 281 West Hampden St., Shop and Office, 247 High St., 
HOLYOKE, - - MASS. 

CAIN & KILBURN, 

Architects^ Builders. 

Plans, Specifications and Estimates Fur- 
nished for all kinds of Buildings. 

OFFICE, 331 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

N. L. CAIN. C. L. KILBURN. 

THORPE BROTHERS, 

Cantractnrs and Builders. 




Plans and Estimates when|g||^^jre^|l^fcScllOOl St., Holjoke 



Desired. 



C. L. THORPE. O. L. THORPE. 



496 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

TOOMEY & SHEA, 

CARPENTERS, 

Builders and Contractors. 






We are ready at all times to erect Buildings. JOBBING of 
ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed. 
Estimates Furnished at Short Notice. 

Shop, rear* 107 Mlm street. Near Dwight street, 

Residence, 107 ELM STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 
Dennis J. Toomey. John F. Shea. 

A. N. RICKER, 



Carpenter & Builder. 



Estimates Furnished. Erects New Buildings. 

ALL JOBBING WILL ALSO RECEIVE PROMPT 
ATTENTION. 

Shop, Rear 30 Dwight, fronting Bowers & Mosher's Bl'd'g, 

HOLYOKE • " MASS 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 497 



F. F. O'NEILL, 



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Carpenter, Contractor and Builder. 



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Estimates Furnished When Desired 



JOBBING OP ALL KINDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 



SHOP, REAR 89 RACE ST., RESIDENCE, 340 MAPLE ST. 
Holyoke, Mass. 

GILBERT POTVIIJ, 

luilder and Contractor. 



PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED 
AT SHORT NOTICE. 



OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 272 MAPLE STREET, 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 



498 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 




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E. S. AVERY, 



Contractor 
and Builder 

AND 

Real Estate Agent. 

Roal Estate Bought, Sold, 
Rented or Exchanged. 

Office and Shop, 291 Dwight St., 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 




J. W. JDNES, 

Carpenter and Builder. 



All New Building' and Jobbing done at short notice. 
Houses For Sale or to Rent either on Oak or Suffolk streets. 

SHOP, OAK ST., BET. SUFFOLK AND DWIGHT STREETS. 
RESIDENCE, 385 WEST HAMPDEN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



499 



Dealer in all Kinds 



A. H. RYAN, 

ROOFER 



of ROOFING SLATE. 



Constantly on hand a large 
stock of Maine, Pennsylva- 
nia and Purple Green, Red 
and Black Vermont Slate. 
Also a full supply of Sheet 
Lead, Zinc, Elastic Cement, 
Rosin Sized Tarred and Dry 
Felting, and Slating Nails. 

Agent for Warren's Nat- 
ural Asphalt Roofing, War- 
ren's OriginalCoal Tar Roof- 
ing, Warren's 2 and 3 Ply 
Ready Roofing. 

Am also prepared to put 
on GENUINE 

Elastic Slate ZEBoofirLg*. 

All Orders promptly attended to and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 

Office, 315 High St. Slate Yard opp. Merrick Lumber Co's Yard, Holyoke, Mass. 

GIBSON & BOLAN, 

Gravel and Plastic Roofers. 




ALSO CONCRETE PAVERS. 



SOAPSTONE CEMENT FOR LINING FLOORS IN 
PAPER MILLS, MACHINE SHOPS, ETC. 

Office and Residence, cor. East Dwight and Centre Streets, 



HOLYOKE, MASS. 

THOMAS J. GIBSON. WILLIAM J. BOLAN. 



500 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

B. GARCEAU, 

Contractor, Builder and Millwright. 

All Work promptly done to order. 



MEN FURNISHED BY THE DAY AT LOW RATES 
AND AT SHORT NOTICE. 

^^- Estimates given on all kinds of work. 

Office, 108 High St., or by Telephone at P. Bonvouloir, Jr's, 
103 High St., Holyoke, Mass. 

* DANIEL O'CONNELL, * 



CONTRACTOR,* GRADER 



General Jobber on Sewers, Sidewalks, Etc. 



Excavating and Grading Done to Order. 

Teams to let by the day. 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 188 HAMPDEN ST., 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 501 



LANDERS BROTHERS, 

Brick Manufacturers. 




MAMS. CONTRACTORS 



-AND- 



Contract for Buildings of Every Description, and fur- 
nish the best quality of Building Materials 
of all kinds to order. 



BRICK YARD, LAMB STREET, SOUTH HADLEY FALLS. 

Orders left at P. J. Gilligan's, 166 High St. 
Office, 231 High St., Holyoke. 



Dennis J. Landers, residence 171 Dwight St. 

Patrick J. Landers, residence 177 Dwight St. 



502 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



GEO. W. RICHARDS, 

BRICK MAKER, 

Mason, Contractor and Builder. 



MATERIALS OF ALL KINDS, OF THE BEST QUALITY, 
FURNISHED TO ORDER. 



BRICK YARD AT SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, 

OFFICE ^T HOUSE, NO. 271 MAIN STREET, CORNER 
SPRING STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

LYNCH BROTHERS, 

Brick • Manufacturers, 

CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. 



Are Prepared to Make Contracts and Execute Promptly 
all kinds of Masonry. Building Materials fur- 
nished and all work done in a first-class manner. 



Pressed Brick, Fire Brick, Etc. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

Office, 276 Dwight Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

Michael Lynch. Maurice Lynch. Thomas Lynch. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 503 



J. J. MORIARTY, 



PLASTERER 



Stucco Worker and General Jobber. 



200 Hampden St., Holyoke, Mass. 

6. B. DAVIS BRISK 60MPANY, 

Manufacturers of Brick 

FOR BUILDING PURPOSES. 

Office, 243 Elm Street, Corner Cabot, Holyoke, Mass. 

Holyoke City Directory Office, 

182 HIGH STREET. 



Directories of the Principal Cities of the United States and Canada on File for 
the accommodation of our patrons and the public. 



504 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



JOHN EELANEY 

CONTRACTS FOR 

STONE MASONERY. 

Stone Work of all kinds and Concrete Paving 
Promptly Done in a Thorough and 
Workmanlike Manner. 

Stone Materials, 

FLAGGING AND CEMENT. 

Furnished at short notice. 

ALSO, STORES AND TENEMENTS TO RENT. 
Office, 134 Dwight Street, Corner Elm, Holyoke, Mass. 

Germania Hotel, 



MICHAEL J. YOERG, Proprietor. 



GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRANSIENT OR 
PERMANENT GUESTS. 

Pool and Sample Room Connected with the House. 

80 Hamilton Street, Corner Race. 

HOLYOKE, - MASS 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT, 505 



PALATINE HOTEL, 



JOSEPH ANDREWS, Prop'r. 



402 MAIN ST., COR. HAMILTON ST., 



Holyoke, Mass. 



NORRIS HOUSE, 

(European Plan,) 

WILLIAM H. NORRIS, Prop'r. 



FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT AND WINE ROOM 
CONNECTED WITH THE HOUSE. 



ROOMS TO LET- 



CORNER MAIN AND MOSHER STREETS, 
HOLYOKE, - MASS. 



506 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

HENRY L SCHROEDER, 

Cigar Manufacturer. 



Also dealer in all kinds of 



Chewing- and Smoking Tobacco, Meerschaum, 
Wooden and Clay Pipes. 

512 Main Street, South Holyoke, Mass. 

EMIL USOHMANN, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Choice Brands of Cigars. 

ALSO DEALER IN 

Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Pipes, Etc 

443 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

THOMAS J. ANDERSON, 

Manufacturer of and dealer in 

Choice Brands of Cigars. 



ALSO DEALER IN 



Pipes, Tobacco and Smokers' Materials of all kinds. 
Private Brands a Specialty. 

267 High Street. Holyoke, Mass. 

Cornelius p. McCarthy, 

Sample and FddI Rnnm. 

The Finest Brands of Ales, Wines, Cigars, 

Liquors, &c, always on hand. 

139 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



507 



CITS" CIG-iiK STOEE, 




Foreign, and Doraestic Cigrsurs, 

Cigarettes, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Snuffs, 

Pipes, Cigar Holders, Etc. 

W. A. MOORE. - Manager. 

160 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

JOHN NEIDENTHAL, 




BILLIARD, PDDL 



-AND 



Sample Rnain. 

Cigars and Refreshments Always in Stock. 

516 High St., Cor. Cabot, Holyoke, Mass. 



508 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

Billiard Hall $ Sample Rooms 




CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS. LAGER BEER, 
CIGARS, ETC. 



LUNCH COUNTER CONNECTED. 



93 Main Street, - ILolyoke, Mass. 

NELSON J. EVANS, 




Billiard and Pool Parlor. 

THE SAMPLE ROOM CONTAINS THE FINEST 
OF WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC. 

85 Dwight Street, - - - Dayis' Block, 

HOLYOKE, - - MASS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



509 




40 Lyman Street, 



McKillop &l Clifford, 

BILLIARD*HALL 

AND 

Sample Room. 

Choice Wines, Liquors, Cigars. 
Lager on Draught, &c 

Holyoke, Mass. 



T- CZKOTXTILu 




BILLIARD PARLOR 

AND 

SALOON. 

Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors 

and Cigars. 

\ Quiet and Pleasant Place. 

136 1YMAN STREET, 

HOLYOKE, MASS. 



2v£- K. DiiLTOlT, 

161 Main St., Holyoke, Mass. 

DEALER IN 

Fine* Ales,* Wines,* Liquors 

-^.:LT3D oig-aibs. 

Wine Room v Cafe. 

Only the Best of Foreign and Domestic Wines, Li- 
quors and Cigars kept at my Establishment. 
Ale and Lager Beer on Draught. 



319 HIGH STREET, 



HOLYOKE, MASS. 



510 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

JOHN CLEARY, 

Wholesale dealergjn 

Foreign and DomesticWines and Liquors 




Also Agent for P. Ballantine & Son's Celebrated 
Newark Ales. 

NO. 120 MAPLE STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

PETER E. DUNN, 

DEALER IN 

Ales, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

i^P& Old Bourbon, Scotch and Irish Whiskies, 

'&P Imported Brandies, Wines, etc. 

38 MAIN STREET, rear Holyoke House, opp 
H. H. Carter's Stable, Holyoke, Mass. 

DAVID RILEY, 





Best of Wines, Liquors, Ales and Lager Beer in stock. 
Philip Best's Milwaukee Lager Beer a specialty. 

89 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



511 



-UOHN C. DALY,* 



•WHOLESALE DEALER IN- 



T. Si. SOTJTHEE'S 



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Office and Residence? 78 Newton Street, 



HOLYOKE, 31ASS. 

THOMAS J. FLANAGAN, 

WHOLESALE DEALER IN 

f 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

WINES i AND * LIQUORS. 

Sole Agent in Hampden and Hampshire Counties for 

Ph. Best Brewing Go's Milwaukee Lager Beer. 

Sole Agent for Albany Brewing Go's and Flana- 
gan, May & Go's Celebrated Ales. 



163 LYMAN STREET, 



HOLYOKE, MASS 



512 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

M. D. HARDIMAN, 

DEALER IN 

Portsmouth Ale. 

Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigirs. 
43 EAST STREET, COR. ELY, HOLYOKE, MASS. 



JAMES GERAGHTY, 



DEALER IN 



o 




AND SMOKERS' SUPPLIES. 

191 High Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

THOMAS McGARRY, 

DEALER TN 

JHles, Liquors and Cigars 

INDIA PALE AND PORTSMOUTH ALES 
ON DRAUGHT. 

32 Hampden Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



DEALER IN 

Foreign and Domestic Wines , Liquors and Cigars . 

ALE AND LAGER BEER ALWAYS 
ON DRAUGHT. 

343 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 513 

A CORDIAL INVITATION 
EXTENDED TO ALL. 

Eugene Moriarty, 

DEALER IN 

Ales, Wines, Liquors 
and Cigars. 

Portsmouth Ale on Draught. 
61 Fountain St., Holyoke. 

JOHN McGUANE, 

SAMPLE ROOM. 

Best of Wines, Ales, Lager Beer, Cigars and 
Liquors found at my bar. 

365 HIGH STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

Ed-ward Donahue, 

SAMPLE i and I WINE I ROOM. 

Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c. 
Ale and Lager Beer. 

329 MAIN STREET, HOLYOKE, MASS. 

DEALER IN 

Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

ALE AND LAGER BEER ON DRAUGHT. 

359 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

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514 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

G- F. BARRY, 

Sample and Lunch Rnnm. 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS. 

157 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 

ALES AND CIGARS. 

ANTHONY KELLY, 




DEALER IN 



Ales, Wines, tips 

AND CIGARS. 

Old Bourbon, Scotch and Irish 
Whiskies, Imported Bran- 
dies, Wines, etc. 

BRIDGE ST., COR. CABOT ST., 
HOLYOKE, MASS. 



HOLYOKE BOTTLING WORKS 



-BOTTLERS OF- 



Lager Beer, Soda, Mineral Waters, Etc. 

30 John Street, Holyoke, Mass, 

CHARLES BRTJECK, 



Manufacturer and Bottler of 



SODA AND MINERAL WATERS. 

Sole Agent and Bottler of John Eichler's New York 
Lager Beer. Telephone Connection. 

Rear 659 Main Street, Holyoke, Mass. 



516 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



■DEALER IN- 



Dry Goods, Hardware, 

FINE GROCERIES, 

Provisions, Crockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, 

A Full Line of Patent Medicines. 



Post Office, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 

DEALER IN 

BOOTS, SHOES AND RUBBERS 

OF ALL KINDS. 

Repairing of all kinds done promptly. 
MAIN STREET, SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 

PRICE, LEE & COS 

New England Railway Guide, 

IJSJSTJZEZD MONTHLiY. 

CONTAINING OFFICIAL TIME TABLES OF ALL 
RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 

OFFICE, 713 CHAPEL ST., NEW HAYEN, CONN. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 517 



L. F. GARDNER, 



-DEALER IN 



Drugs,Medicines 

PERFUMERY, SOAPS, BRUSHES, FANCY 
AND TOILET ARTICLES. 



PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. 



Main Street, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 

"W. E. HITT, 

TEACHER OF 

Piano, I Organ l and l Harmony. 

Will go to Residences if desired. 
Bridge St., near Main, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 

SMITH & HENNIOK, 



■DEALERS IN 



Choice Family Groceries , Crockery & Glass Ware . 

Goods Delivered Free in any part of Holyoke. 

Orders by Telephone Promptly Attended to. 

Main Street, Corner Bridge, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 



518 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



SUHANEK & CAREY, 




O 
GO 

<c 

UJ 
GO 



DEALERS IN 

Beef, Pork, Lard, Hams, Tripe, Sausages, 

GAME, POULTRY AND VEGETABLES IN THEIR SEASON. 

Main Street, Near Post Office, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 



TPIBLD, 

Livery and Feed Stable. 

Hacks and Carriages to let and supplied for Funerals, Weddings, 
Parties, &c. Also Hearse for Funeral Purposes. 

NORTH MAIN STREET, SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 

TELEPHONE CONNECTION. 

W. F. HASKELL, 

DEALER IN ICE. 

Taylor street, opp. Maple, So. Hadley Falls, Mass. 

All Orders will receive Prompt Attention. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



519 




ipxxxiiiix* xtstide* 

Taxidermist 



XTat-u-zalist. 

Specialty of Arranging and Filling Cases. 

Spring Street, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 

COTTON HOSIERY DYE WORKS. 

SPECIALTY: 

*Fast* Black * and * General * Job * Dyeing.* 

Garments Re-Dyed and Finished on Low Terms. 

C. H. BELLAMY, 

Methodist Street, South Hadley Palls, Mass. 

H. P. STREET, 



DEALER IN 



<$**=- 



lough and Dressed Lumber 



SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, LATH, 
CLAPBOARDS, SHINGLES, &c. 

Dimension Timber Furnished at Short Notice. 
Orders Promptly Attended to. 



OFFICE, LAMB STREET, CORNER SCHOOL STREET, 
SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 



520 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



J. H. PHESTDN, 




-DEALER IN- 



Paper Hangings, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Window 
Glass. Pure White Lead a specialty. 

SHOP, MAIN ST., SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 

Garpen te p, Builder an d Gontraotor 

I am ready at all times to Erect Buildings. Jobbing of 
all kinds promptly attended to. Satisfaction Guar- 
anteed. Estimates furnished at short notice. 

Shop and Residence, Canal Street, South Hadley Falls, Mass. 



H. P. SESSIONS, 
WAGON MAKER 

And Repairer. 

Jobbing of all kinds neat- 
ly and promptly done. 
SOUTH HADLEY FALLS, MASS. 




MAIN STREET, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 521 



C. S. JDY, 



LITHOGRAPHER 



Wrappers, 


ARTISTIC EXECUTION OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION OF 


Catalogues, 


Labels, 


^Lithographic * Work^ 


Office 


&c. 


IN BLACK and in COLORS. 


Stationery } &c 


275 MAIN STREET, 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



A. BURLINGAME & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, 

COLOI3S, lETC- 



We have the Finest and Largest Line of BRUSHES and ARTISTS' 
MATERIALS in Western Massachusetts. 



Prices the Lowest. Don't Forget the Place. 
293 Main Street, Corner Worthington, Springfield, Mass. 

A. BURLINGAME & CO. 



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522 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



INCORPORATED 1§51 



THE MASSACHUSETTS 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



ASSETS, JAN. 1, 1884, $7,588,727.32 

LIABILITIES, JAN. 1, 1884, .... 6,775,384.40 



SURPLUS, MASS. STANDARD, . . . $813,342.92 

SURPLUS, N. Y. STANDARD, about, . . 1,311,600.00 

Purely Mutual. No Stockholders. 
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS TO POLICY HOLDERS. 



PAID UP AND CASH VALUES. 

Under the new non-forfeiture law of Massachusetts, all policies issued on and 
after January 1, 1881, have a fixed and definite value in paid-up insurance, and 
(with certain provisos) in cash, thus enabling the policy holder to determine for 
himself at any time the amount to which he is entitled incase of lapse or with- 
drawal. This equitable provision of the law combines the elements of a 



■Savings Bank with those of Life Insurance.- 



This law applies only to companies chartered by the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts. 



EXAMINE THE ADVANTAGES OFFERED BY 

TIb-e ^Eassacl^-CLsetts ^T-a.t-a.al 

BEFORE INSURING YOUR LIFE. 






E. W. BOND, President, 

JOHN A. HALL, Secretary, 

HENRY FULLER, JR., Vice President, 

M. V. B. EDGERLY, 2d V. Pres't and Manager of Agencies, 
OSCAR B. IRELAND, Actuary. 

JAMBS L. JOHNSON, General Agent, 

Company's Building, 413 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 

CHAS. D. KING, District Agent, 225 High St., Holyoke. 






ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 523 



FORBES k WALLACE 



Offer the Largest Stock of 




Dry Goods 



In Western Massachusetts, and call Special Attention 
to their Mammoth Stock of 

Fancy Dress Goads 

MILLINERY, SILKS, BLACK CASHMERES, 

Velvets, Hosiery, Gloves, Cloaks, &c. 

By far the Largest Assortment they have ever of- 
fered, and at the Lowest Prices. 



AGENTS FOR BUTTERICK PATTERNS, 



FORBES & WALLACE, 

390 and 392 Main St., Springfield, Mass. 

SAMPLES SENT TO ANY ADDRESS. 



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524 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 

ALLEN WEBSTER, 

♦Attorney at Law and Solicitor of Patents,* 

438 Main St., (Opp. U. S. Post Office), Springfield. 

Practice in the Courts and Patent Office. Patents Obtained 
in all Patent Granting Countries in the World. 

Special Attention given to Patent Litigation. 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

Paper Boxes. 

Druggists' and Jewelers' Boxes a Specialty. 

Also dealer in Straw and Pulp Boards and Paper Box Makers' supplies. 

52 Taylor St., Springfield, Mass. 
HI. IE* BBLDIN, 

PRACTICAL 

BOOKBINDER. 

Blank Books a Specialty. 

Library and all Job Work Done in Neatest Manner. 
Muling, Lettering and Gilding. 

Over 271, 273, 275, 277, 279 Main Street, South Cor. of Taylor Street, 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

CL 3F- PISEUTICE, 

Stiovs^ Cases. 

Cor. Dwight and Taylor Sts., 3d Floor, Springfield, Mass. 

Rosewood, Mahogany, Walnut and Metal 

Cases in every style, 

Old Cases Taken in Exchange. 

Bank, Store, Church and Office Furniture 

Made to Order. 

Jobbing Promptly Attended to. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 525 



JACOB C. LUTZ, 



Practical 



6 > "C^^f i S 



LITHOGR APHER, 

Ray & Taylor Building, West Worthington Street, 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



Having the Best and Latest Improved Machinery, and a 

Corps of First-Class Artists, enables me to fill all 

Orders for Manufacturers, Merchants 

and Business Men generally, in 

a Superior Manner, and at 

Reasonable Prices. 



CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED, 



NO TROUBLE TO SHOW SAMPLES OF OUR WORK. 



526 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



R. F. HAWKINS' 

Iron Works, 

Successor to Wm. Howe, Stone & Harris, and Harris & Hawkins. 



WORKS ESTABLISHED 1840. 



Howe Truss, Pin and Link, Riveted Lattice 
and SolidfPlate Girder 



Draw Bridges, Turn Tables, Bolts, Forgings. 
R. R. Frogs and Switches, 

Steam Boilers, Tant^s, 

AND ALL RIVETED WORK. 



, Iron and Brass Castings, Building Fronts, Etc. 



Machine and Blacksmith Work to Order. 



Office 200 Liberty St., Springfield, Mass. 

R. F. HAWKINS, Proprietor. C. H. MULLIGAN, Supt. 

E. B. JENNINGS, Engineer. 




ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 527 

H. F. BAILEY, 

Manufacturer of 

Wagons 

AND CARTS. 

Wheels, Poles and Shafts, Spokes, Hints, &c. 
SANFORD AND COURT STS., SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Painting and Varnishing of Light Carriages. 
Repairing Thoroughly and Promptly Done. 

Walworth Manufacturing Co., 

16 OLIVER STREET, BOSTON. 

CONTRACTORS FOR 

STEAM HEATING APPARATUS 

For Warming Buildings of Every Description. 

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS for Extinguishing Fires. 

GAS MACHINES for Lighting Public Buildings, Hotels, Factories, 
Residences, &c. 

WROUGHT IRON PIPES AND FITTINGS. 

Steam Pumps, Boilers and Engines, Steam and Water Gauges, Die Plates, Pipe 

Tongs, Pipe Wrenches, &c, Hydrants, Stand Pipes, Fire Hose, Fire Pails, 

and a general assortment of supplies for Steam, Gas and Water. 

PRICE, LEE & COS 

New England Railway Guide, 

ISSTTSD MONTHLY. 

CONTAINING OFFICIAL TIME TABLES OF ALL 
RAILROADS IN NEW ENGLAND. 

OFFICE, 713 CHAPEL ST., NEW HAYEN, CONN. 



528 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



Office, £66 Washington St., Room 3, Boston, Mass. 

Artesian or Driven Wells. 



All Orders for Wells for Domestic, Farm, Manufacturing or any other 
Purposes will Receive Prompt Attention. 

We are prepared to sink Wells 6 or 8 inches in diameter through Earth or Rock to One Thous- 
and feet or less, by Steam Power. 
Many of these Wells are being used at Breweries and other manufactories 
where cool water is needed and the soil is hard and rocky. 




Sand and Vacuum Chamber, for 
Driven Wells. 



Artes 



lan or 



Patented Sept, 11, 1877, No. 195,051; 



July 27, 1880, No. 230,579. 



We claim for our Sand and Air Chambers that there is no better in the 
market; warranted to stop sand or money refunded. The sand 
is retained in the bottom of chamber, and can be re- 
moved by taking out the plug at the bottom, 
tripping the pump, and running 
water through it. 





seam, 

to this address: 



(PAT. AUGUST 8. 1871.) 

Have many superior advantages over all others. Let- 
ter F in cut shows the Patent Suspensory Gore, 
which removes all disagreeable points, such as seams, 
extra cloth and tightening over the knee; it removes 
the unpleasant feeling experienced in all others, both 
foreign and domestic, and are indispensable for large 
men that appreciate comfort. Also, the wrap opening 
in front gives it a superiority of adjustment, as it fits 
loosely, it remains in position and is not so oppresive 
in warm weather as the light weights of merino fabric 
(and for winter wear has a chest protector attached 
which prevents colds, neuralgia, catarrh; pneumonia, 
&c), as thousands will testify, to their great value; to 
substantiate this I will give reference to patrons who 
comprise the best known citizens of Boston, New York, 
New Haven, Providence, Worcester, Springfield, Port- 
land, Portsmouth, &c. 

Those wishing to order by mail, send length of sleeve 

from centre of back, breast measure and height. For 

measure of "Hub" Drawers, for waist, follow dotted 

line, letter A. ; hip, diagonal as per dotted line B. ; in- 

Those wishing samples and personal attention, send postal 

Ff 



HUB" SHIRT EMPORIUM, 

383 Washington St., opp. Franklin. 

I. A. HOWE. 

Custom Shirts a Specialty; hand-made, easy and perfect fitting at short notice. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



529 



INSURE YOUR 

STEAM BOILERS 

AGAINST EXPLOSION. 




ESTABLISHED FOR THE 

PKEYENTIOff OF STEAM BOILER EXPLOSIONS, 

BY EFFICIENT INSPECTION, 

AND TO 

INSURE AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY EXPLOSION. 



J. M. ALLEN", 

President. 



W. B. FRANKLIN, 

Vice-President. 



J. B. PIERCE, 

Secretary. 



DIRECTORS. 

J. M. ALLEN, President 

LUCIUS J. HENDEE, President vEtna Fire Insurance Company. 

FRANK W. CHENEY, of Cheney Brothers, Hartford and New York. 

CHARLES M. BEACH, of Beach & Company. 

DANIEL PHILLIPS, of Adams Express Company. 

GEORGE M. BARTHOLOMEW, President Holyoke "Water Power Company. 

RICHARD W. H. JARVIS, President Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufacturing Co. 

THOMAS 0. ENDERS, of ^Etna Life Insurance Company. 

LEVERETT BRAIN ARD, of the Case, Lockwood &. Brainard Co. 

Gen. WM. B. FRANKLIN, Vice-President Colt's Pat. Fire Arms Manufacturing Co 

GEORGE CROPMTON, Crompton Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. 

THOMAS TALBOTT, ex-Governor of Mass., Lowell. 

NEWTON CASE, of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co. 

NELSON HOLLISTER, of the State Bank, Hartford. 

CHARLES T PARRY, of Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia. 

Hon. H. C ROBINSON, Attorney at Law, Hartford. 

Some Office, 218 Main Street, Hartford, Charter Oak Life Buying. 



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530 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



DENNISON MFG. CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




— AJJJD 



Stationers' Specialties. 

DENNISON'S TOURISTS' TAGS FOR TRAYELERS. 

Stratton's Gummed Labels and Gummed Paper of all Colors ; Legal and Notarial Seals ; Fold 

ing and Fancy Tickets ; Mentzel's Patent Suspension Rings ; The Star Copying 

Pads ; Dennison's Game Counters : Wedding Cake Boxes ; Visiting 

and Playing Card Cases, Etc., Etc., Etc. 

DENNISON'S TARGETS FOR RIFLE PRACTICE. 

Phillips' Hook and Clasp Tags ; Kimball's Self-Fastening Tickets ; Postal Envelopes; McGiH'* 
Paper Fasteners at Manufacturers discounts ; Dickinson's Rubber Bands, Etc. 

Sealing Wax Makers. 

Tissue Papers 



Proprietors ' 'Globe," and Centennial Prize 
"Excelsior," and Importers of English 
Grass Bleached and Colored Tissue Papers, 
from the celebrated 39 Mill. 



Proprietors of " Silver White," best article for polishing Silver, and Miller's " Jewelr 
Cleaning Cadket," and " Silver White Casket." 

JEWELERS' BOXES, 

Jewelers' Cards, Pink and White Cotton, Fine Twines, &c, &c. 

DEUGGI8T8' BOXES, 
Apothecaries' Powder Papers and Counter Papers, Denni- 
son's Shaving Papers. 

Dennison's Absorbent Cotton, for Dental and Surgical Purposes. * 

CARD BOARD MAKERS. 

All of our Goods are for sale by Dealers everywhere, and by 

DENNISON MFG. CO, 

21 Milk St., Boston ; 198 Broadway, New York ; 630 Chestnut St. 
Philadelphia ; 143 Walnut St., Cincinnati ; 155 Dearborn 
St., Chicago ; 412 North 3d St., St. Louis. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



5LJ1 



Valve Manufacturing Co 

72 Kilby and 112 Milk Street, 

BOSTON, IvI^SS., XJ. S. J±. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



DIRECT PASSAGE WATER, 

Gas, Steam, Oil, Ammonia and Acid Valves, Water and Gas 

Service Valves, Drip-Pipe Valves, Gate Fire Hydrants, 

Floor Stands, Indicators, Key Wrenches, Gate 

Boxes, Iron and Brass Castings. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. 
WORKS, INDIAN ORCHARD, MASS. 



532 



ADVEBTISING DEPARTMENT. 





WESTERN ELECTRIC COMPANY 

CHAS. WILLIAMS, Jr., Manager. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

TELEGRAPHIC % ELECTRICAL 

INSTRUMENTS, 

And TELEPHONE SUPPLIES, Galvanic Batteries, Wire Magnets, etc. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Telegraph and Telephone Materials. 

109 and 115 COURT ST., BOSTON, MASS.* 

SHEET METAL WORK FOR BUILDINGS, 

Tin, Copper and Corrugated 
Iron Roofing, 

Chimney Caps (Clover-leaf Patent). 

(Sure Cure for Smoky Chimneys.) 

METAL SKYLIGHTS 

(Guaranteed absolutely free from leakage or con- 
densation.) 

We set and glaze these skylights 
complete on buildings in any part* 
of the country. They are fire, storm , 
weather and condensation - proof. 
Made to ventilate when desired. 

ZINC, GALVANIZED IRON AND COPPEB GUT- 
TEES AND CONDUCTORS. 

The Garry Pat, Iron 
Roofing. 

A self-supporting roof, specially adapted for mill buildings, factories, freight sheds, 
car nouses, and large buildings generally. 

Ample provision made against Expansion and Contraction, 
and Guaranteed Water-tight, Storm and Weather-Proof, 

and far more durable than Tin Roofing, as it has twice the body. Send for Cir- 
culars and prices. 





387 Harrison Ave., Boston, Mass. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 633 

REDDINCJ, BAIRD & CO., 

(Successors to Cook, Redding & Co.) 

STAINEDIandICUT GLASS WORKS, 

149 Congress ani 152 FranLlin Sts., Boston, Mass. 



W.S. REDDING. NEW DESIGNS FOR J. C. BAIRD. 



Stained Glass and Memorial and Figure Windows in Modern and Mediseval Styles for 
Churches, Halls, Dwellings, Bank and Office Screens, etc. Ornamental 



Glass Windows executed in every style at short notice and most moderate prices. Embossed 

Plate 



To any desired Pattern. Plate and Double Thick Bent Glass. Beveling in all styles. 

IMPORTED ROLLED CATHEDRAL GLASS, 

Of every desirable shade, cut to any size needed. 

OTJT 



For Door Panels, Bank Counters, Counting Rooms, ec. Ground Glass and Plain, Stained in 
all colors constantly on haud. All inquiries shall have prompt and polite attention. 

CHARLES H. NORTH & CO. 

Packers, Curers and Wholesale Dealers in 

PORK, BEEF, LARD, HAMS, BACON, 

LITE AND DRESSED HOGS, 

Pigs' Feet, Tripe, Sausages, Sausage Skins, &c„ &c. 

ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF 

Extra Lard Oil, Grlue and Animal Fertilizer. 

Stalls 2Y and SO Faneuil Hall Market, 

Store 1ST os. 33 and 34- North. Market Street, 



Charles H. North. S. Henry Skilton. 

Slaughtering, Packing and Curing Establishment, Medford Street, Somerville. 



534 ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



E. D. HAYDEN, President. E. H. RUST, Treasurer. D. A. BROWN, Secretary. 



THE ASBESTOS PACKING CO. 

MINERS OF ASBESTOS*. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Asbestos Packing, Fibre, Threads, Cloth, Fire-Proof Sheathings, Shut- 
ters, Roofing, Boiler Coverings, etc., etc. 

GENERAL MANUFACTURING AGENTS 

S-AXj-A-M-A-aTIDEK DFELTIIfcTCr CO. 

OPPTPFc.. i 169 CONGEESS STEEET, BOSTON. 
uj:±iu±.b. i 33 J0O gTREET> NEW YOEK. 

WHITE, MANILLA, STRAW and COLORED 

PAPER BOX BOARDS 

AND PAPERS. 

SPAULDING & TEWKSBURY, 

238 DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON. 

RICE, KENDALL & CO., 

PAPER MERCHANTS, 

Alttb DEALERS IN 

PAPER MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS, 
FELTS, WIRES, ETC. 

91 FEDERAL STREET, BOSTON. 



■:o:- 



Alex. H. Rtce. Chas. S. Kendall. J. Willard Rice. C. S. Kendall, Jr. 



536 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



SPRINGFIELD ELECTRIC CO. 

[Formerly H. M. CUTLER.] 

Electric Gas Lighting- Apparatus 

AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRIC SUPPLIES. 

5 East Court Street, between Market and Main Streets, near Post Office, 

Specialties. — Fitting Private Residences and Business Houses with Electric Gas Lighting and 
Electric Bells, House and Hotel Annunciators, Burglar Alarms, Speaking Tubes, Automatic 

Fire Alarms. 

Jump Spark System for lighting Churches, 
Stores, Theatres, and all public buildings, 

Agency for the celebrated Prism Leclanche 
Batteries. 
Estimates furnished on application. 





The American Watchman's Time Detector and 
Electric Watch Clock supersedes all others for 
durability and simplicity of construction. 



W. H. SMITH'S 

Carriage Manufactory and Depository, 

NO. 3 PARK STREET, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 




150 CARRIAGES in stock, of all the Popular Styles. SLEIGHS in 

Great Variety, including the Popular Russian, Portland 

and Keene^Styles at very Low Prices.